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School accountability revised

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 parents will have a fresh way to judge their children’s schools this December when a new accountability report debuts to the public. Unlike previous measures of school performance, which rated Colorado schools based ...


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Hopeful note for Jewish new year

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Through trials and tribulation, Israel has survived, and Jews have persevered. The endurance of a people and their faith will be the message of retired Rabbi Lewis Bogage to area congregants for the Jewish High Holy Days. Bogage, who comes ...


Officials worry about fire moving to higher elevation

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The fire that ripped though Fourmile Canyon near Boulder had yet to reach the forested lands hardest hit by the mountain pine beetle, a forest official said Tuesday. But, Boyd Lebeda, district forester for the Colorado State Forest Service, ...


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Fruita council OKs 128-unit complex for senior living

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The Fruita City Council unanimously approved a plan Tuesday night to build a 128-unit senior apartment complex, clearing the way for it to be one of the few larger-scale apartment buildings to come on line in Mesa County in the past 15 ...


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Trial set for woman in fatal stabbing

By Amy Hamilton

A trial has been set for November for a woman accused of stabbing a man to death and trying to hire a hit man to kill witnesses in the case. Attorneys on both sides in the case of Amy Adamson were unable to reach a plea agreement Tuesday, so ...


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Forest Service takes to trails in beetle aftermath

By Dennis Webb

That favorite trail, jeep road or campground you visit in Colorado’s high country soon may take on a starkly different look. The bark beetle has done more than turn some 3.5 million acres of national forest in Colorado and Wyoming from ...


Energy audit funds available to business

By Emily Shockley

Local chambers of commerce hope to help about 30 Grand Valley businesses receive energy audits of their buildings for free. The chambers of Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade held a news conference Tuesday to announce the Greenback$ program, ...


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Church expands reach, opens child care facility

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The church with the big blue roof is expanding its services to the community. Heaven’s Little Steps Childcare will open Monday at Grand Junction First Church of the Nazarene, 2802 Patterson Road. “We have a very user-friendly ...


Region holds potential for shale gas development

By Dennis Webb

When a slowdown in drilling hit western Colorado last year, one reason was competition from emerging natural gas development in other parts of the country. Newfound success in producing gas from underground shale formations helped drive up ...


Collaborator sought to manage county

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As Mesa County begins sifting through resumes from applicants seeking to become the next county administrator, county commissioners have varying ideas about what they want to see in the man or woman who will navigate county government through ...


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