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4 accused of robbing 2 fellow Mesa students

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Four Mesa State College students have been arrested in connection with the robbery of two other students from whom they had arranged to buy marijuana. Enyinna C. Irechukwu, 19; Joshua Green, 20; Christopher Hale, 20; and Keith Blackmon, 19, ...


Uranium rock pile at mine a concern

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State regulators have asked that a mining company operating in western Colorado move piles of uranium-bearing rock from outside a mine. The Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety asked Cotter Corp. to move 300 to 500 tons of the ...


Bangs Canyon area closed for roadwork

By Staff

A popular recreational area off Little Park Road will be closed this week to allow the Bureau of Land Management to perform maintenance and repair. The Bangs Canyon trail head, which is about five miles up Little Park Road, will be closed ...


Embattled DA had no discipline on license

By Paul Shockley

Although accused of repeated sexual misconduct with women in his own office over a three-year period, 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra has had no complaints against his license to practice law in Colorado, according to state judicial ...


Downtown nightclub pushes back opening date

By Melinda Mawdsley

Six Nightclub & Lounge will not open this year because it is taking longer than expected to remodel the 110-year-old downtown building that the club plans to occupy. Instead, the staff at Six, 436 Main St., is shooting for January, once ...


Facility will treat water for reuse by gas drillers

By Dennis Webb

A newly approved facility in Garfield County will recycle production water from natural gas development, reducing the amount disposed of in evaporation ponds. “We need to take care of our own,” county Commissioner John Martin said ...


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Oil shale leases hinge on balance between energy, environment

By Dennis Webb

Last week, Rocky Mountain Farmers Union president Kent Peppler issued a call to “proceed with caution” on oil shale development in the West, to protect agriculture and watersheds from losses in water quantity and quality. What ...


Weekly Planner, Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

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Drying Lake Mead worries water users in Colorado

By Dennis Webb

Western Coloradans visiting Lake Powell aren’t likely to see Molina resident Carlyle Currier atop a water ski or at the helm of a houseboat. “I’m not real big into water recreation, to be honest. I like to have my feet on ...


Salvation Army, Lions gear up for toy drive

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Two teams of Santa’s elves will work together to deliver toys and other goodies to needy children and families this year. The Salvation Army and eight Lions clubs in the Grand Valley and Collbran will coordinate their efforts, Salvation ...


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