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Monument denies permit a third time for bike race

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The National Park Service for the third time has rejected a proposal for a leg of the USA Pro Challenge bicycle race on Colorado National Monument. The decision, announced on Tuesday, means the Grand Junction local organizing committee will ...


Radio show promises news with no ‘agenda’

By Katie Langford

Fledgling news radio station KNOZ-97.7 FM recently started broadcasting its first local news show, Grand Valley Live, to listeners in Grand Junction, Delta and Montrose. The show, which runs from 9 to 10 a.m. daily, is a break from the ...


SD51 will charge nearly $2,500 for Obama rally costs

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School District 51 will charge President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign nearly $2,500 for costs incurred by the district during Obama’s campaign event last week at Grand Junction High School. “The costs to us are going ...


Pooches hypersensitive to blazing summer heat

By Duffy Hayes

Hot dogs are one of the hallmarks of summer — but exposing our four-legged canine friends to rising summer temperatures can be extremely dangerous, warns Mesa County Animal Services. Director Penny McCarty said her group continues to ...


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Use all energy sources, Ryan tells Colo. crowd

By Charles Ashby

LAKEWOOD — Colorado Republicans got their first look at their party’s likely vice presidential candidate Tuesday. That man, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, played to that Colorado crowd, calling for an allof- the-above push on energy ...


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Bobby Willis sought for racketeering, embezzlement, fraud

By Paul Shockley

Police in New Mexico allege that the organizer of last year’s aborted Bobby’s Birthday Bash in Mesa County stole millions from investors who were lured by promises of a construction project that never materialized. Bobby L. ...


New KNOZ radio show promises news with no ‘agenda’

By Katie Langford

Fledgling news radio station KNOZ-97.7 FM recently started broadcasting its first local news show, Grand Valley Live, to listeners in Grand Junction, Delta and Montrose. The show, which runs from 9 to 10 a.m. daily, is a break from the ...


Obama’s visit costs D51 $2,500

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School District 51 will charge President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign nearly $2,500 for costs incurred by the district during Obama’s campaign event last week at Grand Junction High School. “The costs to us are going ...


City to drive $80M beltway plan

By Lory Pounder

The Grand Junction City Council agreed to move forward Monday with planning the completion of a beltway to connect the community — a project that likely will present itself to voters on the April ballot. This $60 million project would ...


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Food Bank moves to new location

By Duffy Hayes

It’s easier than ever for people seeking food assistance to find what they need as the consolidation of services continues with the new location for the Community Food Bank—the county’s Central Services Building at 200 S. ...


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