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Fruita, Palisade to raise sewer rates to pay for required improvements

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Fruita and Palisade residents likely will pay a little more next year to flush their toilets. The Fruita City Council and Palisade Town Board have adopted or plan to adopt plans that will bump up the municipalities’ sewer rates a few ...


New Rep. Tipton on 3 committees

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U.S. Rep.-elect Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will serve on three committees in the next Congress. Tipton, who owns a small business in Cortez, was assigned to the Natural Resources, Agriculture and Small Business committees. All three areas ...


Three area teachers earn board certification

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School District 51 added three educators to its list of National Board Certified Teachers this year. Broadway Elementary teachers Lisa David, Kevin Hardy and Kim Smith are the newest board-certified teachers in the district. Forty District 51 ...


City sets pot dispensaries vote for April

By Amy Hamilton

Medical marijuana dispensaries, which are banned in unincorporated areas of Mesa County, will be allowed inside Grand Junction city limits if voters give their approval in April. Grand Junction City Council members Wednesday night unanimously ...


Completion of Battlement Mesa health study delayed

By Dennis Webb

Completion of a Garfield County study of the possible health impacts of proposed natural gas development in Battlement Mesa has been delayed until early next year to allow enough time to respond to concerns about its draft findings. The study ...


Music venue closes until Uplift finished

By Melinda Mawdsley

A fixture of the downtown Grand Junction music scene will start the New Year on a sour note. Mesa Theater & Club, 538 Main St., one of the city’s largest venues for live music will close its doors, from Jan. 3 until sometime in the ...


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Cleaned-up look helps agents sell foreclosed homes

By Amy Hamilton

Picking out the foreclosed home on the block used to be easy. Telltale signs might have been tall weeds, unlit entryways and a garbage bag or two of junk parked in the driveway. That scene played out across the Grand Valley during the housing ...


LIONS CLUB TOYS FINAL DAY 1

Collbran Job Corps teams with valley’s service clubs to load up for toy drive

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The idea of Christmas without toys struck a chord among students at the Job Corps Center in Collbran. So, when the Collbran Lions Club decided to join in with the other Lions clubs in the Grand Valley, members didn’t have to look far ...


2 Colorado wildflowers candidates for protection

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has declared two western Colorado wildflowers to be candidates for protection under the Endangered Species Act. However, the agency determined the skiff milkvetch and Schmoll’s milkvetch warrant being candidates ...


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Shoppers swarm new City Market for grand opening

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Shoppers packed the aisles searching for specialty items and free treats on opening day Wednesday at Grand Junction’s newest City Market. The store at 630 24 Road offered free coffee, doughnuts, cake and door prizes beginning at 8 a.m., ...


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