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Coalition looks at biofuel crops

By Dennis Webb

A new coalition hopes to help plant the seeds for western Colorado farmers to play a role in meeting the nation’s need for clean, renewable energy. Colorado Mountain College, Colorado State University, the city of Rifle and the ...


DA’s sons in drinking party bust

By Amy Hamilton

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Tuesday his two teenage sons will answer to both the court and him — at home — after they received summonses alleging underage consumption of alcohol at a weekend party. Hautzinger said by ...


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Denny’s slammed during breakfast offer

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Denny’s Restaurant didn’t quite crack the number of free Grand Slam breakfasts it served last year, but it made a plucky effort. The 1,003 free Grand Slams served at the restaurant at 710 Horizon Drive “was smaller than last ...


Man pleads guilty to attempted murder in ‘09 shooting

By Paul Shockley

A plea agreement formalized Tuesday calls for a prison term between 16 and 36 years for a man who shot two people on Orchard Mesa last spring. Tommy Lee Perez, 26, of Rifle, pleaded guilty to attempted murder and a sentence-enhancing, ...


Local Briefs, Feb. 10, 2010

By Staff

Breakfast to benefit teen heart patient Grand Junction Harley-Davidson & BMW, 2747 Crossroads Blvd., will sponsor a home-style breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday for Jenna Fisher, a local teenager who is awaiting a second heart ...


Candidate for governor rips existing energy policy in Colorado

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Scott McInnis, good for the mining industry; Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper and the Democrats, bad. That, at least, was the former Republican congressman’s message Tuesday to about 200 people at the 112th National Western ...


Speaker: Mining industry not evil

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Guess who the villain is in the popular movie, “Avatar?” “It’s you, the mining industry,” Independence Institute president Jon Caldara told about 200 attendees of the 112th National Western Mining ...


Raise fines for damages to public lands, senators urge

By Dennis Webb

Two Colorado Democrats introduced a bill that would allow for drastically increased fines for damage to public lands caused by recreationists. U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and U.S. Rep. John Salazar said Tuesday the measure would let the Secretary of ...


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County offers to buy former City Market building

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Mesa County made an offer Monday to purchase the former City Market headquarters and warehouse in downtown Grand Junction, hoping to consolidate several departments and offices, and free up money for capital projects. County commissioners ...


Signs of possible wolf pack reported north of De Beque

By Staff

A biologist working for the owner of High Lonesome Ranch north of De Beque has reported the possibility of a wolf pack on the ranch property. Cristina Eisenberg said she has found scat and tracks that indicate at least one wolf, and possibly ...


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