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Public to discuss transportation at a trio of open house forums

By Staff

Everyone relies on some sort of transportation to get around the area. Why not put in your two cents about local transportation decisions? Open houses will be available in your community today through Wednesday for residents to weigh in on ...


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Hilltop programs ease problems from beginning to end of life

By Amy Hamilton

Years of incarceration and frustration were nearly certain for Lucas Schott, if help hadn’t intervened. The 21-year-old was 10 when he began to rebel, hit his sister, hurt himself, threaten suicide and fly into a rage if he was denied ...


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Man suspected of setting camper on fire

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of using gasoline to set a camper on fire and later kicking out the back window of a patrol car as he was being taken to jail, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


Local supporters cheer health vote

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Supporters of President Obama’s plans to restructure the nation’s health care system cheered as the vote passed the House on Sunday. Disappointed opponents said the vote was only the first in a series of battles still to come over ...


Activists set pace in Senate race; will they hold?

By Charles Ashby

Trying to find meaning in caucus votes in any election cycle is more art than science, but this year’s preference polls were a little more complicated, political observers say. The dynamics of this year’s elections — an ...


Emergency workers mourn loss of boy

By Amy Hamilton

It’s hard enough for a family to lose a child, but a whole community of loved ones and medical workers felt the loss when 7-year-old Dustin Walkowicz died. Paramedics were often at the Walkowicz home on Orchard Mesa because Dustin, who ...


Insanity arguments pivotal in Grabe trial

By Paul Shockley

In a case expected to hinge on the testimony of doctors, 53-year-old Allen Grabe’s fate will be decided by how the jury answers a two-pronged question. Was he, under state law, “diseased or defective of the mind” in ...


Hilltop leader takes ‘sledgehammer’ to problems

By Amy Hamilton

Sally Schaefer relishes a good crisis. Under her various leadership roles at Hilltop and as head of the organization since 1998, Schaefer expanded the nonprofit organization’s programs, unapologetically staring down and fixing many of ...


Uranium mill owner eyes startup by 2012

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Energy Fuels Inc.‘s $150 million uranium mill could be operating in early 2012, perhaps as prices for uranium begin to rise again, Energy Fuels President George Glasier said Saturday. “Uranium is back in favor,” Glasier told ...


Skunk freed after sticking head in peanut butter jar

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Division of Wildlife handled a call Saturday involving a skunk that managed to get its head stuck in a peanut butter jar. Division of Wildlife spokesman Randy Hampton said an officer was called around 10 a.m. after a resident at ...


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