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Grand Junction airport use increases during 1st quarter

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Coming off its second-busiest year ever, Grand Junction Regional Airport started 2011 with a boost in traffic. A total of 48,560 passengers flew out of the airport in the first quarter of the year, a 2 percent bump over the same period last ...


BLM sets Grand Junction hearing for Wyoming-to-Utah power line proposal

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management will conduct three public hearings on the Western Slope to allow residents to comment on a proposed transmission line that would carry electricity generated in Wyoming to Mona, Utah, where it would be distributed ...


Grants help Parachute set up K-9 unit

By Staff

A four-legged partner is now part of the Parachute Police Department after donations from numerous entities. Bady, a 3-year-old Malinois imported from German, has been living with officer Derek Wingfield and training in drug sniffing and ...


Legislature This Week, May 9, 2011

By Staff

The final three days of the 2011 session have arrived. Over that time, there will be committee meetings, floor work and more committee meetings as needed to complete work on remaining matters. As a result, any calendar released by the ...


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Glenwood takes 3rd at national mock trials

By Melinda Mawdsley

Refreshed by the sun but fatigued from travel and competition, the Glenwood Springs High School mock trial team is home after placing third in the national championships May 5-7 in Phoenix. The Glenwood team defeated schools from Louisiana, ...


Scholarships, May 9, 2011

By Staff

Junction High students are finalists Grand Junction High School students are finalists in the third annual Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge. Twenty-four high school teams, one from each state in the competition, will go to the final ...


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Sheepdogs scamper during Hotchkiss trials

By William Woody

HOTCHKISS — Dozens of border collies and their handlers were tested in timed competition Saturday during the eighth annual Hotchkiss Sheep Camp Stock Dog Trials in Hotchkiss. Handlers had 10 minutes each to command their dogs to steer a ...


Redistricting big loose end for Legislature

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Three days remain in the 2011 legislative session, and one of the biggest things left to do is to decide how the state’s congressional districts should look for the next decade. But whether Democrats and Republicans can ...


Low and slow cruise to nowhere

By Rachel Sauer

It’s impossible to look at these cars and not hear the song. Maybe it’s faint, stirring in the quieter corners of admiration, but it’s there. All. My. Friends. Know the lowrider. So, you’re be-bopping along, casting ...


Court upholds conviction of molester

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals last week announced it upheld sex-assault convictions against a former Palisade Police Department officer. Patrick L. Casey, 54, was sentenced by District Judge Valerie Robison to serve 27 life terms in prison ...


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