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Keep federal court in Grand Junction open, Sen. Udall urges

By Paul Shockley

The possible closure of Grand Junction’s federal court would have lasting negative impacts on many Colorado communities west of the Continental Divide, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., wrote to a federal judge Monday. The United States ...


Ballots due by 7 p.m. Tuesday in municipal elections

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Voters deciding on an array of candidates and issues in municipal elections in western Colorado have until 7 p.m. today to make their choices. That’s when ballots are due at town halls across the area. Most elections were conducted by ...


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Holocaust Awareness Weeks begin at CMU

By Staff

Holocaust Awareness Weeks events began Monday at Colorado Mesa University. The annual series reflects on the Holocaust and other genocides and features numerous free events open to the public. Today’s events open with “Why We Kill ...


Measure to boost employee training advances in House

By Charles Ashby

Employees will get the training they need, and businesses will get workers skilled to do the jobs they’re offering under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday. The bipartisan measure continues funding for ...


$360,000 state grant to help Mesa County improve bus services

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Mesa County has received a $360,000 state grant to make a series of infrastructure improvements designed to benefit Grand Valley Transit. The money will be used to connect F 1/8 Road between 24 1/2 Road and Balanced Rock Way to provide access ...


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1 in 6 county workers quitting

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More than one in six Mesa County employees ended their employment with the county last year, the most in at least 11 years and a figure that concerns some county officials. A total of 160 of the county’s 916 workers were laid off or ...


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Congress stalling wind-power growth, Leitner-Poma officials tell Bennet

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Congress’ inability to deal with production tax credits for wind energy is holding back projects and possibly stifling job growth, officials of a Grand Junction company told U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., on Monday. Leitner-Poma of ...


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Mountain towns banning plastic bags at grocery stores

By Dennis Webb

Telluride has one. Aspen is about to impose one. Carbondale and Basalt voters will decide Tuesday on one. A movement to ban plastic checkout bags in mountain-town grocery stores is taking off like a tossed-away bag in the spring ...


Weather forecast: More of the same for next 3 months

By Charles Ashby

The weather has been nice, and that’s bad, forecasters say. Not only did the region see nearly five times less precipitation than it normally does in March, but it also shattered three record-high temperatures during the month, ...


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Vandals strike campus; no suspects identified

By Charles Ashby

Final Four festivities or some quirky April Fool’s joke? Grand Junction police don’t know yet, but someone — or more than one person — committed several acts of vandalism around the Colorado Mesa University campus ...


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