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Two companies push Uranium mining in region

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The uranium industry was born on the west end of Energy Alley, the run from Green River, Utah, to Rifle. It has burst into bloom and sputtered to obscurity more than once. Like the half-lives by which radiation is judged to decay, though, the ...


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Recession: Talk of the town ’09

By Emily Shockley

Although the national economy began to crumble in the previous year, 2009 will forever be remembered as the year Mesa County slid along with the rest of the country into one of the worst recessions in United States history. The oil and gas ...


Road of riches

By Staff

Story by GARY HARMON The stretch of rolling, sagebrush-plugged adobe and rock stretching from Green River, Utah, to Rifle doesn’t look like a vast storehouse of energy. Appearances, however, are deceiving. In fact, the stretch along ...


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Penry quiet about 2010 election plans, won’t be McInnis’ running mate

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State Sen. Josh Penry, R-Grand Junction, said he isn’t interested in joining the ticket of his onetime rival, Scott McInnis, as the candidate for lieutenant governor. “If I were hell-bent on being on the ticket, I’d still be ...


With Christmas a wrap, think recycling

By Amy Hamilton

You’ve given everyone else a present this holiday season, so why not give a gift to Mother Nature? Instead of throwing out all of the holiday’s excess, try recycling it. There are a number of items that local recyclers will ...


Abandoned horses back with owner

By Amy Hamilton

Three horses that apparently were abandoned on Glade Park were returned to their owner Saturday, according to Mesa County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Sally Weese. The Sheriff’s Department offered no other details on the ...


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Entrepreneurs live by religious beliefs as they make a living

By Allen Gemaehlich

Some business owners learned to be creative to lure customers this year. And some simply leaned on God and proudly display it. Some Grand Junction businesses that make their faith evident opened this year in the midst of the recession and ...


A great leap: Cuban defector and gymnast hopes to make 2012 games

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Charlie Tamayo can do handsprings, handstands, full twisting double-back twists, giant swings, pike somersaults, flyaways and the Iron Cross. Anything a gymnast can do on a mat, uneven bar or from hanging rings, Tamayo can do and well enough ...


Religion Brief, Dec. 26, 2009

By Staff

Global meditation event to be Thursday The Global Heart Spiritual Center will host The World Healing Meditation event beginning at 5 a.m. Thursday at 1622 Glenwood Ave. The event takes place worldwide beginning at noon Greenwich Mean Time, ...


Man accused of stealing unemployment benefits

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A Grand Junction man is accused of filing for thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits, even though he was working one or two jobs while he was receiving checks from the government. Lance Alan Ertz, 28, 641 Longs Peak Court, was arrested ...


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