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Power plant bill raises issue of consumer cost

By Charles Ashby

Xcel Energy customers would see a utility rate increase even if the Colorado Legislature didn’t approve a measure to convert coal-powered plants to natural gas, company officials told lawmakers Thursday. House Bill 1365 has wide support ...


GJ woman loses appeal, will go back to prison for tax evasion

By Paul Shockley

For the second time in as many years, a Grand Junction woman has been ordered to report to federal prison for convictions on tax evasion charges. In a ruling handed down March 16, Senior U.S. District Court Judge Walker Miller said ...


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Meet the candidates for Fruita City Council

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For most of the last decade, Fruita was one of the fastest-growing communities in western Colorado. Commercial development sprang up on the south side of Interstate 70, and hundreds of new homes were built as people flocked to the small ...


Local briefs: March 26, 2010

By Staff

Students receive honors at colleges Area students have been recognized at colleges out of the area: David Bauguess of Grand Junction received a master’s degree in business administration from Western Governors University, a nonprofit ...


EPA plans to apply greenhouse gas reporting rules to oil, gas production

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to expand its first-ever greenhouse-gas reporting requirements to include oil and gas production and related activities. The proposal could lead to eventual regulations aimed at reducing ...


District 51 considers cutting Friday classes

By Emily Shockley

With millions of dollars in cuts headed their way, the next thing to go at some Colorado school districts could be Fridays. The four-day school week already is a reality in one-third of Colorado’s school districts. The Pueblo County 70 ...


More trash will add to cost in Palisade

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Palisade town residents likely will pay more to have their trash picked up beginning next month. Town trustees Tuesday night unanimously approved a new fee schedule that will result in people paying more than they have in the past if they ...


Gap found in health care law for children’s coverage

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The health care package adopted this week wouldn’t require an insurance company to cover young Alex Lange, even after the national publicity of late last year when he was denied coverage. Alex, then 4 months old, was rejected for health ...


Devil at work in son’s slaying, wife of suspect Grabe testifies

By Paul Shockley

Kneeling together in prayer in their nightly routine, Allen and Jaquette Grabe asked for their son’s continued health and relief from mounting bills, Jaquette Grabe testified Wednesday. Allen Grabe, 53, then kissed his wife, bid her ...


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Udall: Beetle bill delay jeopardizes communities

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said Wednesday that Republican use of an arcane Senate rule to block a hearing on his bark beetle bill jeopardizes the chances of providing timely help for communities threatened by the insect’s ...


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