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BLM will reseed land burnt by Cosgrove Fire

By Matthew Berger

Later this month, more than 25,000 pounds of seed will be scattered by plane across the portion of federal land burned by the Cosgrove Fire last August. A mix of nine native plant seeds will be dropped on 1,744 acres in Little Book Cliffs ...


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Bond set for two suspects in slaying

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A judge on Monday ordered two Clifton brothers held on a total of $3 million bond in connection with the stabbing death of a Fruita man last week. Julio Sesar Ortiz, 29, was given a $2 million bond, while Jose Juan Ortiz, 30, was given a $1 ...


Shortened District 51 schedule a real possibility

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A month ago, District 51 School Board President Greg Mikolai was 90 percent sure this would be the last school year in the near-term in which local students would attend public schools five days a week. As the concept of a four-day school ...


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9-year-old plans to ‘grow up’ after long battle with cancer

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

If anyone needed love, it was Delaney, who was fighting for her life to beat the stage 4 cancer that spread throughout her body. Perhaps it was that love of her family, her friends, even strangers in the Grand Junction community, that helped ...


Redvale teen killed in avalanche near Moab

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Search and rescue teams on Sunday found the body of a western Colorado teen who was buried in an avalanche while snowmobiling in the La Sal Mountains near Moab, Utah. The Grand County Sheriff’s Department announced in a news release on ...


Driller proposes disposal of treated water in creek

By Dennis Webb

An energy company is proposing treating contaminated water produced during oil and gas development and disposing up to 756,000 gallons of it per day in Yellow Creek, 20 miles west of Meeker. The proposal by BOPCO, L.P., is unusual for ...


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Democrat Robinson to challenge Scott for new House seat in Grand Junction

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction attorney Dan Robinson is hoping to test the waters in the newly created House district that includes only the city. The Democrat plans to announce today he will challenge Republican Rep. Ray Scott for the right to represent the ...


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Organization emerges for Arches, Canyonlands parks

By Staff

The Friends of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks will launch the organization this month with a free event in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. The organization was founded three years ago by the Bates Wilson family. Bates Wilson ...


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Collbran woman accused of fraud in arrest at check-cashing business

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A Collbran woman who had been arrested twice in the past three months on felony fraud charges was arrested again Saturday on allegations she tried to cash two altered checks. Grand Junction police say when they contacted Lisa Kay Eisenbarth, ...


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‘The House’ to shelter homeless teens

By Amy Hamilton

Teenagers don’t carry around a sign announcing they’re homeless. So, it may come as a surprise that an estimated 160 teenagers in the Grand Valley are couch surfing, living out of their cars or finding a place to sleep each night ...


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