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Club 20 agenda: energy, education

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Club 20’s spring meeting this weekend will focus on education and energy — and function for a bit as the middle-sized hadron collider of Colorado politics. Gov. Bill Ritter has yet to decide whether he’ll deliver the keynote ...


Counting set to begin in Fruita, Palisade elections

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Fruita and Palisade residents are running out of time to cast their mail-in ballots in this year’s municipal elections. Ballots are due by 7 p.m. today at the Fruita Civic Center, 325 E. Aspen Ave., and at Palisade Town Hall, 175 E. ...


Mesa County leads state, U.S. in census response

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Mesa County and two of its three major population centers are well ahead of the state and national pace in returning census forms for the national head count. With a response rate of 63 percent as of Monday, Mesa County is a step ahead of the ...


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Snowpack well below average

By Dennis Webb

Like a clock ticking down in a college basketball playoff, time is running out on Colorado’s chances for a snowpack comeback this year. Snowpack levels in the Colorado River Basin and the state as a whole remain below average, the U.S. ...


Mesa County to spend $17 million on capital projects

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Mesa County commissioners Monday unanimously approved a financing agreement that will subsidize millions of dollars in capital projects this year, looking past some citizens’ criticism that the county shouldn’t take on debt in a ...


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Candidate cited in gun, alcohol stop

By Paul Shockley

A Republican challenger for Colorado’s House District 54 seat was cited by authorities Saturday night for suspicion of possession of a handgun while under the influence of alcohol, but a Grand Junction police officer who handled the case ...


Colorado plans to employ 500 new workers

By Charles Ashby

Despite the poor economy and nearly $2 billion in program cuts over the past two years, virtually every part of state government plans to expand the number of jobs next year. The proposed $19.6 billion spending plan for the 2010-11 fiscal ...


Buescher asks voters in hometown for help

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Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher told hometown Democrats on Saturday he’ll need their help to keep his job. Buescher, a Grand Junction native, is running for election to the post to which he was appointed when his predecessor ...


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Fruita cheers restaurant reopening

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller are two of the more popular women in Fruita now that word is out their restaurant, Hot Tomato Cafe, will reopen in less than two weeks. From the man who sold the women their new building to the countless volunteers ...


Man accused of assault at family gathering

By Paul Shockley

A man was hospitalized early Saturday after being assaulted at a family gathering in Grand Junction, according to an arrest warrant affidavit Nicholas L. Guzman, 19, 1235 Ouray Ave., was booked into the Mesa County Jail on Saturday morning on ...


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