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Mesa State honors students who have died since 2007

By Emily Shockley

Three years ago, Mesa State College students, friends and family gathered on campus to remember freshmen Jake Brock and Jennifer Kois after the two were killed in a car accident caused by a drunken driver. Each spring since that first ...


Antero seeks to enlist royalty owners in debate over Garfield County drilling

By Dennis Webb

The head of an energy company says a “vocal minority” is seeking to slow and even halt natural gas development in Garfield County and could make some mineral rights worthless. Antero Resources President and Chief Executive Officer ...


Methane seep possible again for water wells south of Silt

By Dennis Webb

The state is investigating the possibility that methane from natural gas development got into two domestic water wells in an area of controversy over drilling south of Silt. The wells are within an area that the Colorado Oil and Gas ...


Gray Gourmet, March 28, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Chicken Dijon, yam/apple bake, tossed salad, pineapple slices. Tuesday — Salisbury steak and gravy, baked potatoes, Monte Carlo vegetables, Waldorf salad. Wednesday — Beef and barley soup, coleslaw, citrus fruit ...


Best of Bridge, March 28, 2010

By Staff

Here are results from recent bridge games: March 17: Helen Bledsoe and Mary Blackburn; Doreen Pond and Martha Scott; Ann McFarland and Betty Johnson. March 18: Linda Marah and Cheryl Spray; Bledsoe and Marilyn McLaughlin; Vicki Lamb and Jim ...


Weekly Planner, March 28, 2010

By Staff

Monday, March 29 The Mesa County Young Republicans after hours event, The Ale House, 2531 N. 12th St., 5-7 p.m., Republican candidates running for office will be invited to attend the meet and greet social event, appetizers provided, $5, ...


Book notes, March 28, 2010

By Staff

New writers’ forum seeks input at meeting today The Western Colorado Writers’ Forum, a new nonprofit, recently received a grant from the Grand Junction Arts Commission and plans to use the funds for a poetry contest. The contest, ...


State’s 4th-graders fare well in literacy

By Emily Shockley

Colorado ranked eighth in the nation in 2009 for percentage of fourth-grade students scoring at or above grade level in reading on statewide, standardized tests. Last week, the National Assessment of Educational Progress released average ...


Meth trafficking suspected; two jailed

By Emily Shockley

Two men were arrested early Saturday near mile marker 24 on Interstate 70 on suspicion of trying to traffic methamphetamine into Colorado. Juan Carlos Zepeda, 33, and Timoteo Aguayo-Zepeda, 39, were in possession of 2.6 pounds of suspected ...


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Junction unemployment rockets to 9.7%

By Emily Shockley

Despite more job openings, local unemployment ballooned again, reaching a seasonally adjusted rate of 9.7 percent in February. Meanwhile, job orders at the Mesa County Workforce Center stayed above 100 every day in February, up from an ...


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