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Mesa County Commission District 3: Edwards speaks mind about museum, fairgrounds

By Duffy Hayes

Dave Edwards moved to Mesa County in 2008, and you get the feeling his public service as trustee and mayor pro-tem of the town of Palisade is a genuine effort at making the area a better place for people of all stripes to call home. The ...


Mesa County Commission District 3: Pugliese emphasizes business environment

By Duffy Hayes

At 34, Rose Pugliese has passed bar exams in four states, settled with her family in the Palisade area and started a successful legal business, thrust herself into a thorny national debate, ran and lost for the local school board, and been an ...


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Magazine chooses Fruita as backdrop for special tech edition

By Duffy Hayes

Pick up any issue of Bike Magazine and check out the adrenalized photography and passionate storytelling. You’d be hard-pressed not to be inspired to hop on your mountain bike and hit the trail. Or hop a plane, your bike in tow. Each ...


GJ company leading huge aquarium project

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A Grand Junction company’s plan to oversee construction of what will be the world’s third-largest aquarium and the largest in the Southern hemisphere got a boost from the Export-Import Bank. International Concept Management will ...


Wright raises $3,000 in two weeks; 
non-spender Menger collects none

By Charles Ashby

Jared Wright, the Republican candidate for House District 54, has continued to outraise his only opponent, Libertarian Tim Menger, who continues to not raise anything in the race at all. Wright, whose campaign has been plagued with numerous ...


Ardent backers view debate with criticisms

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President Barack Obama wasn’t likely to get Joseph Breman’s vote and Gov. Mitt Romney wasn’t likely to garner Duane Butcher’s vote before Tuesday’s presidential debate, the second of this campaign. When it was ...


D51 School Board opposes pot measure

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School District 51 School Board members voted unanimously Tuesday night to oppose Amendment 64, a measure on Colorado’s Nov. 6 ballot aimed at permitting regulation and possession of limited amounts of marijuana. The adoption comes five ...


Water-quality monitoring for drilling available online

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans concerned about water quality near oil and gas drilling have a new tool to use to track that. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, the state agency that regulates the industry, has added more information to an ...


Gerow, unaffiliated, has 3-prong strategy


By Duffy Hayes

Jana Bingham Gerow hopes voters will tie something purple — something equal parts red, equal parts blue — to support her candidacy for the District 1 seat on the Mesa County Commission. “I chose the color purple because ...


Justman emphasizes 
experiences in his life

By Duffy Hayes

Even when he’s discussing politics and policy, Republican county commissioner candidate John Justman just can’t seem to get away from what he calls “farmer talk.” Simple and direct, it’s his way of boiling down ...


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