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Ad campaign applauds lawmakers who approved natural gas over coal

By Charles Ashby

A full-page advertisement that ran in several Colorado newspapers Friday thanked Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Colorado Legislature for approving an air-quality-implementation plan, but it doesn’t mean those lawmakers actually liked ...


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Montrose to celebrate ethnic roots

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The inaugural International Music and Food Festival, to be held in downtown Montrose next month, was hatched from an idea to spotlight local cultural diversity within the Uncompahgre Valley. The event, slated for July 2 at ...


Norton joins nonprofit dedicated to sober life

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Former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton joined Phoenix Multisport Inc. in Denver as director of development for the nonprofit organization, which supports people recovering from alcohol and substance abuse. Norton, a Grand Junction native, said she is ...


Brothers accused of murder attempt; both jailed on bond

By Paul Shockley

Two Grand Junction brothers are accused of assaulting a man with a knife and causing a traffic accident during an incident that developed over the span of two days earlier this month, according to an arrest affidavit. A parole client, Efren ...


Tipton joins bipartisan vote to reject Libyan mission

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The United States should withdraw all of its forces from Libya, where President Barack Obama committed forces three months ago in support of rebels seeking to oust dictator Moammar Gadhafi, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said. Tipton joined ...


Judge nixes trial delay for ex-DA Serra

By Amy Hamilton

A judge this week denied a motion to postpone the upcoming trial of former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra. Serra, who is facing a number of allegations of sexual misconduct with female employees, in a motion filed in early June ...


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Montrose bank robbed

By William Woody

MONTROSE—A suspect described by police as armed and dangerous remained at large Friday night after robbing a Montrose bank Friday morning. At approximately 9:20 a.m. Friday an unidentified man, wearing a mask and camouflage clothing and ...


Man with ties to Grand Junction a suspect in toilet probe

By Paul Shockley

A man with Grand Junction ties is suspected of surprising a woman by hiding in the tank of a portable toilet at a Boulder festival and is under investigation for other similar incidents. Luke Irvin Chrisco, 30, was held at the Eagle County ...


For The Record, June 25, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Michael Renteria and Samantha Sanvhez, Grand Junction, a son, June 17. Sara Dabney, Cedaredge, adaughter, June 18. Mistie Hall, Cedaredge, a daughter, June 18. Richard and Kendy Yahn, Delta, a son, ...


Cattle disease hitting herds, state vet says

By Charles Ashby

Veterinarians for the Colorado Department of Agriculture issued a warning to ranchers Thursday, calling on them to test their cattle for a deadly infection that could devastate herds. State Veterinarian Keith Roehr said 10 cases of bovine ...


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