Western Colorado

Page 1498 of 2020


Spring in Grand Junction: Dusty, gusty, warm and cold

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First came a series of blustery days capped by a miniature version of the Dust Bowl. Then a wave of cool air moved in, potentially threatening to break this morning’s record low. By the end of the week, high temperatures could push 90 ...


By mistake, firm’s stock rises to $999 from 27 cents

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Stockholders of Energy Fuels Resources who checked the value of their holdings on Monday had reason to think their personal recession was over. Energy Fuels’ stock, traded on the Canadian exchange, was up slightly — from 27 cents ...


Graduation season 2010

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Reprints are available of photos contained in the galleries below: Central High School graduation — May 17, 2010 • Part 1 • Part 2 • Part 3 • Part 4 • Part 5 • Part 6 • Part 7 • Part ...


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Bond set at $500,000 in fatal Fruita shooting

By Emily Shockley

Bond was set at $500,000 Sunday for Wayne Fredrick Gert, a 37-year-old Fruita man arrested Friday evening on suspicion of killing his roommate, Henry John Trisler Jr. Gert appeared calm while speaking to a judge during a hearing Sunday ...


Fewer dollars for District 51

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 has identified $4.4 million in cuts for 2010–11 so far. With results of negotiations with the teachers’ association soon to be finalized, the school board will see a proposed 2010–11 budget at its Tuesday  ...


Attack doesn’t keep teen from diploma

By Emily Shockley

Mallory Haulman graduated from Montrose High School on Sunday with fond memories of playing three sports, earning good grades and bonding with members of her tight-knit class. The day of her “accident,” as she refers to it, stands ...


Fire rages near Montrose-San Miguel line

By Staff

Downed power lines sparked a fire near Norwood close to the Montrose-San Miguel county line this weekend. Flames spread across 3,000 acres of oak brush and pine trees, according to fire officials. The fire temporarily closed part of Colorado ...


Rifle graduates rife with inspiring stories

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Graduation speaker Kimberly Mayer offered both an assessment and a prediction in talking about the Rifle High School class of 2010 on Sunday. “There are so many inspiring stories in this class. There will be so many ...


County library ponders Redlands branch

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Mesa County Public Library District administrators are beginning to explore the possibility of establishing a branch on the Redlands, believing there could be thousands of customers who would take advantage of having a facility closer to their ...


Key performance students discover alternative path

By Emily Shockley

Kelsey Anderson needed a different path to graduation. She went to Palisade High School. She went to Valley East alternative school. She tried online classes. Nothing stuck. Three-quarters of the way through her junior year, the assistant ...


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