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Garfield sheriff’s annex opens in Rifle

By Staff

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department has opened a new annex in the Rifle area to provide more convenient service to residents in the western part of the county. The new office became fully operational last week. The annex offers ...


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Hard hitting roller derby helps Habitat housing

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Hundreds of people turned out Saturday evening to watch a pair of women’s roller derby teams battle for mostly bragging rights and applause, with proceeds benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Montrose. After a quick ...


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Avalon plan may be similar to earlier one

By Emily Shockley

Andre van Schaften felt a bit of deja vu when design firm Westlake Reed and Leskosky presented its vision for the Avalon Theatre during a June 29 open house. Placing an extra room for performances and meetings east of the theater wall ...


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Land swap planned with Glade Park ranch, BLM

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A land swap on the plateau overlooking the Grand Valley has been a decade in the making. The Bureau of Land Management will have an open house Wednesday in Glade Park on the swap, which would result in the transfer of 788 acres of public land ...


Woman accused of using stolen credit card

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A Fruita woman was arrested Thursday after she allegedly stole a credit card and used it to purchase lingerie for her job at Grand Junction’s newly opened strip club. Oshay Miranda Foster, 23, 986 Moore’s Diamond Drive, was ...


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Woman gets probation for giving alcohol to kids

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A judge Friday sentenced a Grand Junction woman to three years on probation for buying alcohol for her teenage daughter and four underage friends last New Year’s Eve, calling the woman’s actions “totally ...


BLM not budging on Vermillion drilling

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The Bureau of Land Management won’t waver from its plans to close the Vermillion Basin to oil and gas exploration, the head of the agency said Friday. At the same time, the agency is prepared to put some disputed leases in Utah back on ...


Sawmill woes hobbling attempt at beetle control, forester says

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Efforts to clear Colorado’s national forests of bark-beetle-destroyed timber have been hampered by the troubles of the wood-products industry, the chief of the U.S. Forest Service said Friday. The federal government has allocated $30 ...


Mesa County may reserve spot on ballot for medical pot question

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The Mesa County Commission on Monday will consider holding a place on the November ballot for a question asking voters whether they want to ban medical marijuana centers in unincorporated areas of the county. New state law authorizes local ...


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Feds seeking ideas on best use of land

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More than 250 people gathered Friday in Two Rivers Convention Center to offer ideas to the federal government on how best to manage its lands. The America’s Great Outdoors listening session in Grand Junction was headed by U.S. Forest ...


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