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Energy Fuels sells yellowcake uranium

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Energy Fuels Inc. recently completed the sale of 200,000 pounds of yellowcake, marking the first sale for the company seeking to build a uranium mill in Montrose County. The sales to unidentified buyers were for an average price of $62.18 per ...

Palisade opens water plant solar hookup for bids

By Duffy Hayes

A project to build a solar array that would power the town’s water treatment plant should be offered for competitive bid, Palisade town officials decided Tuesday. The idea of building photovoltaic solar array at the plant, and tying the ...

Blazes in Northwest create haze that drifts to Colorado

By Charles Ashby

More than 80 fires burning in several West Coast states have brought a thin haze to much of Colorado and numerous other Western states, according to the National Weather Service. But other than giving Coloradans some nice-looking sunsets, ...

Peach festival organizers recruiting volunteers for help this weekend

By Staff

The Palisade Peach Festival arrives in full swing Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and with the big event fast approaching, organizers are putting out the call that they’re in real need of volunteers. Folks who volunteer get free admission ...

Palisade extends application deadline in search for trustee

By Duffy Hayes

The town of Palisade has extended the deadline for applicants for a vacant seat on the Board of Trustees, hoping that more residents interested in being named to the position will enter the process. According to Town Administrator Rich ...

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Mesa public trustee won’t get job back

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Mesa County will get a new public trustee, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office said Tuesday when it announced that five of the 10 trustees who resigned a month ago would be reappointed. A search for a new trustee in Mesa County to replace ...

Monument denies permit a third time for bike race

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The National Park Service for the third time has rejected a proposal for a leg of the USA Pro Challenge bicycle race on Colorado National Monument. The decision, announced on Tuesday, means the Grand Junction local organizing committee will ...

Radio show promises news with no ‘agenda’

By Katie Langford

Fledgling news radio station KNOZ-97.7 FM recently started broadcasting its first local news show, Grand Valley Live, to listeners in Grand Junction, Delta and Montrose. The show, which runs from 9 to 10 a.m. daily, is a break from the ...

SD51 will charge nearly $2,500 for Obama rally costs

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School District 51 will charge President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign nearly $2,500 for costs incurred by the district during Obama’s campaign event last week at Grand Junction High School. “The costs to us are going ...

Pooches hypersensitive to blazing summer heat

By Duffy Hayes

Hot dogs are one of the hallmarks of summer — but exposing our four-legged canine friends to rising summer temperatures can be extremely dangerous, warns Mesa County Animal Services. Director Penny McCarty said her group continues to ...

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