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Airport Authority adopts new policies

By Amy Hamilton

Members of the Grand Junction Airport Authority board ushered in two new policies Monday night concerning open records and ethics during their regular meeting. The Airport Authority previously did not have policies regarding public records ...

High Country Orchards can host weddings

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An East Orchard Mesa fruit orchard likely will more regularly host weddings and other social gatherings after the Mesa County Commission on Monday unanimously granted a conditional-use permit to the owners. The permit allows High Country ...

Coloradans weigh in on health insurance exchange

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When enrolling in a health insurance plan, Coloradans want to talk to a trustworthy person face to face, pick a plan that is relevant to their lifestyle, and see clear explanations of all costs associated with the health plan, according to a ...

State trustees to pay fine for violation of ethics law

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Public Trustees Association of Colorado agreed to pay $2,944 in fines Monday and get training on just what they can accept in gifts under the state’s ethics laws. The fine was the result of a complaint filed with the ...

Delay of game at Capitol: Talk is about newest Bronco Manning

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Never mind a good revenue forecast or other legislative business for that matter, the real buzz around the state’s Capitol on Monday centered on football. Peyton Manning football, that is. After ESPN reported early ...

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Mitchell charged in son’s death

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction father and former mentor to young parents, whose series of alleged crimes stretched over much of 2011, is accused of fatally injuring his infant son last May. Dartanin D. Mitchell, 34, is suspected of child abuse resulting in ...

GarCo fears drilling impacts from sage-grouse proposal

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners share the oil and gas industry’s concern that proposed conservation measures for the greater sage-grouse could virtually shut down drilling in parts of northwest Colorado. Commissioners are expected to give ...

Train fatality ID’d as Silt woman

By Dennis Webb

The pedestrian struck and killed by an Amtrak train west of Silt on Saturday afternoon was a 27-year-old Silt resident. The Garfield County Coroner’s Offic identified the pedestrian Monday as Ashley Nicole Vale. The Garfield County ...

D51 students compete at state speech tournament

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Twenty-five local high school students competed in the Colorado High School Activities Association State Speech and Debate Tournament on Friday and Saturday at Fort Collins High School. Sarah Baker of Fruita Monument placed fourth in the ...


State program could help city revitalize Fruita

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Like many downtowns, Fruita has the independent, unusual shops you won’t find at the mall. It features some businesses that are aggressive in marketing themselves individually and upgrading their facilities. It hosts festivals and ...

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