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State looks to open up fracking

By Dennis Webb

Acting at the behest of Gov. John Hickenlooper, state oil and gas regulators have begun the process of considering a requirement for public disclosure of the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing of wells. At a special meeting last week, the ...


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Canyon View resident enjoys life in park

By Amy Hamilton

Becky Stoddart gets a kick out of giving people directions to her house. “You know that house in the middle of Canyon View Park ...?” she likes to say. Some people assume the solitary home near the park’s west entrance ...


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Paul supporter runs for 3rd Congressional District

By Charles Ashby

Tisha Casida is quick to admit she doesn’t know everything about how the federal government works. Who does? But as a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, she knows it isn’t politically smart to admit such a ...


Lower filing fees for some businesses go into effect

By Charles Ashby

Starting Monday, Secretary of State Scott Gessler will lower some business filing fees. Though the fee changes are small, Gessler said he wants to keep the state’s business fees among the lowest in the nation. “As the gateway for ...


GJ suspect in liquor store beating jailed

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction man was jailed Friday after the alleged senseless beating of a liquor store owner earlier this month. Jonathan Paul Apodaca, 29, was a regular customer at College Liquor Store when he entered the 1133 Patterson Road business ...


Friends of District 51 reaches goal of raising $50,000 for 3B

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Friends of School District 51, a campaign group supporting Referred Measure 3B, reached its goal of raising $50,000 by Election Day. A campaign finance report filed Friday with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office revealed the ...


Sunflower Market to build in Grand Junction

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Sunflower Farmers Market, a Boulder-based natural and organic grocery store, will open a new location in Grand Junction next year, company officials announced Friday. The 28,000-square-foot store will be located at the southwest corner of ...


Suspect, 31, in kidnapping is moved to Montrose jail

By William Woody

A suspect in a September robbery in Norwood has been transferred from San Miguel County to Montrose for holding. San Miguel County Sheriff Bill Masters said the reason for transferring Brisa Felix-Gonzales, 31, is private, and he declined to ...


$1M ticket sold at Redlands Albertsons

By Staff

A lottery ticket purchased at the Alberstons store on the Redlands has made one lucky man $1 million richer. The winnings of the Powerball ticket purchased at the grocery store at 2512 Broadway were awarded to a man who did not want media ...


Hunter likely sent distress call before he was found dead

By Paul Shockley

A hunter found dead Thursday south of Silt was the likely source of a radio distress call the day before, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Dan McCarthy, 49, of Glenwood Springs, was believed to have been last heard in a ...


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