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Four fish species to be helped on Gunnison

By Matthew Berger

A newly finalized decision on how to operate the dams on the Gunnison River above Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is expected to benefit the four endangered fish in the river, particularly during dry years like 2012. The plan, ...


Cedaredge man accused in wife’s death

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A Cedaredge man jailed in connection with the 2010 death of his wife will wait until May 17 for a bond hearing to get out of the Delta County Jail. Billy David Kissner, who faces a second-degree murder charge in connection with the death of ...


University clearing lots for expansion of campus

By Amy Hamilton

For the past 62 years, the home at 825 Bunting Ave. sat sandwiched in the established neighborhood near North Avenue as trees brushed the sky and local children grew up and moved away. Now, the modest two-bedroom, 1,100-square-foot home may ...

County may file charges over junk-filled property

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Mesa County commissioners unanimously agreed Monday to take legal action against a pair of landowners if they don’t clean up junk and remove unregistered vehicles from their properties near Mount Garfield by the end of next ...

‘Major’ airline may be interested in Grand Junction

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Grand Junction Regional Airport officials will meet next month with a “major” airline that may be interested in providing direct air service to and from Grand Junction. Airport Authority member Tom LaCroix told Mesa County ...

GarCo closed-door shale meeting raises concern

By Staff

Garfield County is coming under increasing scrutiny over whether it violated Colorado’s open meetings law when its commissioners met in a closed-door meeting about oil shale March 27 in Vernal, Utah. Two watchdog groups, Colorado Common ...

BLM land swap may involve billionaire

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is evaluating a proposed land swap involving thousands of acres, three counties, $1.1 million and an Ohio billionaire. Leslie and Abigail Wexner previously had hoped to get congressional approval for a similar ...

Piceance largely immune to production slowdown

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The Piceance Basin looks to be immune to a general slowdown of natural gas production being driven by generally low prices for natural gas. Companies such as Encana,  ConocoPhillips and Exxon Mobil Corp. last week said they were ...

Final civil unions push comes near end of Legislature

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Supporters of a bill to create civil unions will hold another rally in front of the Capitol today in an effort to get the Colorado House to vote on the measure. That measure, which would provide same-sex couples many of the ...

Local workers strike online, print advertiser DEX

By Staff

Grand Junction Dex One advertising sales representatives are on strike because of a contract dispute. A press release sent Monday by the union representing the workers, IBEW Local Union 1269, stated the strike protests Dex One’s ...

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