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Alabaster lode awaits approval; Forest Service worries about herd

By Dennis Webb

In a mine shaft at the base of Mount Sopris just off Colorado Highway 133 south of Carbondale, a carved eagle’s head protrudes from the wall, as if the bird is trying to break free and take flight. It’s made of alabaster and ...


RITE AID ROBBERY COPS 11041

Man robs pharmacy at gunpoint

By Paul Shockley

Police on Friday canvassed neighborhoods east of Colorado Mesa University and north of North Avenue searching for a man who robbed a pharmacy at gunpoint. The suspect was described as white, in his 20s, and 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches ...


Church plans Harvest Festival

By Staff

Eckert church to have Harvest Festival The Eckert Presbyterian Church, 13025 Colorado Highway 65, will have its annual Harvest Festival dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for children, and kids under 6 years old eat ...


Questions raised about legal listings

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The owner of the small publications at either end of the Grand Valley that will begin printing legal foreclosure notices next week said there will be plenty of copies available to the rest of Mesa County, Public Trustee Paul Brown ...


For The Record, Nov. 5, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Alex Martinez and Alejandra Zavala, Delta, a son, Oct. 20. Pedro Gutierrez and Maria Valdez, Delta, a daughter, Oct. 21. Brandon and Rachel Reiher, Delta, a daughter, Oct. 23. MARRIAGES Brian Evan ...


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Business leaders honored for excellence, ‘pioneer spirit’

By Amy Hamilton

Three regional businesses and clients of the certified public accounting firm Dalby, Wendland & Co. were honored Friday with the company’s annual Spirit of Western Colorado Award. Jeff and Nancy Carlson of Glenwood Springs, Gordon ...


Key witness in trial of ex-school official arrested in peeping

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The key witness in the 2007 Internet luring case against former Grand Junction High School administrator Johnnie Walker has been arrested on allegations he planted a video camera in a Texas high school boys bathroom. Television stations in ...


Judge: Forest Service’s analysis of coal project satisfied requirements

By William Woody

DELTA—A federal judge ruled the U.S. Forest Service adequately satisfied its legal obligations with its 2008 environmental impact statement for the West Elk mine E-Seam coal development project. The West Elk mine near Somerset has begun ...


Police link car thefts to group of juveniles

By Charles Ashby

Several Garfield County law enforcement agencies have arrested three local juveniles they suspect were tied to a gang-related auto theft ring that stretched from Denver to the Western Slope. Police said the juveniles are members of the Sureno ...


Civic leaders: Drilling means solid tax base

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — The oil and gas industry will pay $95 million in property taxes in Garfield County this year, county director of administrative services Lisa Dawson said in a presentation Thursday night. The county’s top 10 taxpayers are ...


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