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Two coal mines get green light to move ahead on methane venting

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Two coal mines in the North Fork Valley got the go-ahead from the Agriculture Department to move ahead with methane-venting projects even though they lie below national forest areas. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced approval of ...


CMU DEFIBRILLATOR DONATION

Heart-starting device donated to CMU

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Five years ago, then-21-year-old Lindsey Beechwood Hoffner had a cardiac defibrillator implanted in her chest. The device prevents her from going into sudden cardiac arrest and has saved her life at least once since she had it implanted ...


Talbott Farms 10/25/11

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Attorney: Carjacking had been staged to get cash from cartel

By Paul Shockley

A California man was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison for his role in a Fruita carjacking, which was described by the man’s attorney as a ruse gone awry. German Martinez-Rivera, 33, of Fontana, Calif., may have been part of an ...


Holy Family students above average on tests

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The average Holy Family Catholic School student performed at or above grade-level proficiency on standardized tests taken last month at the school. Third- through eighth-graders at the school took the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, which has ...


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Council may refinance debt on parkway

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction City Council members may approve of a plan to refinance and reduce debt on the Riverside Parkway, but they first want to hear how community members feel about it. “We’re still committed to an early payoff; ...


Mesa County court will hear election suit

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An Aspen woman’s lawsuits against elections officials in two counties, one of them Mesa County, will proceed separately, a panel ruled. Marilyn Marks filed suit against the clerks in Jefferson and Mesa counties in hopes of gaining ...


Clinic for uninsured seeks location

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As a volunteer on a medical team going to homeless camps with the Grand Junction Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Team, Lloyd Davis saw first-hand the need for a health clinic for uninsured people in the Grand Valley. Davis, who ...


Forecast: Get ready for winter

By Amy Hamilton

Workers around the Grand Valley were out in force blowing out sprinkler systems and checking on furnaces Monday. Good thing, too. Balmy autumn weather that has stuck around for weeks is expected to abruptly change, at least for the next few ...


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Dixson remembered as humble philanthropist

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Businessman, inventor and behind-the-scenes philanthropist Bruce Dixson died Monday at his home. He was 93. Dixson, who held a dozen patents on inventions ranging from devices that improved the performance of gyroscopes on aircraft to filters ...


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