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No Toys for Tots in Grand Junction this year

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After filling the stockings of tens of thousands of less-fortunate Western Slope children with toys for more than 20 years, the Toys for Tots drive in Grand Junction will stall this year because of a lack of communication between the national ...


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Banks may charge for services that once were free

By Emily Shockley

With revenue slipping, banks may follow the lead of airlines and start charging fees for services customers once took for granted. The challenge is to do so without angering as many people as the airlines did, said Alpine Bank Regional ...


Those who served country get a little help in return

By Amy Hamilton

Before Friday, Vietnam War veteran Butch Higgs had never known that an event to help homeless veterans even existed. Winding through the booths set up at the Elks Lodge, 249 S. Fourth St., during the annual Stand Down for Homeless Veterans ...


ATV rider died of heart problems

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who died Thursday riding an all-terrain vehicle near De Beque had suffered from advanced heart disease and wasn’t injured in an accident involving the ATV, the Mesa County Coroner’s office said Friday. The ...


Low price, high supply upsets firm’s drilling plans

By Dennis Webb

Williams has backed off plans to significantly expand its Piceance Basin drilling next year, citing continued softness in natural gas prices. The company, which is running a dozen rigs locally, now is planning to operate 11 next ...


Candidates sweep across Western Slope on last weekend before election D-Day

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The two Democrats looking to remain in Congress visited western Colorado on Thursday and Friday, just in time to clear the way for the two Republicans running to replace them. U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., rallied with about 30 supporters ...


Officials argue merits of medical pot ban

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Ban medical marijuana centers in Mesa County, and you’ll drive the drug into neighborhoods unchecked and make it more difficult for patients to access medicine to which they’re legally entitled, County Commissioner Janet Rowland ...


Palisade mayor candidates speak out

By Staff

Should voters choose to remove Palisade Mayor Dave Walker from office next week, the town will need someone to fill Walker’s seat for the remaining 18 months of his term. That’s where Joseph Browne, Roger Granat, Patty Hanna and ...


Gas industry aims to boost ‘green’ image

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From using approaches to drilling that are reminiscent of Sim City games to finding ways to make use of water produced when collecting coal-bed methane, more can be done to improve the effects of the energy industry, speakers said Thursday at ...


Williams’ sale of pipelines, plants to net $782 million

By Dennis Webb

Williams has agreed to sell its Piceance Basin pipeline and gas plant system for $782 million to a partnership in which it holds a majority interest. The largest natural gas producer in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin is selling its ...


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