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Tax relief more likely than refunds for investors

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Investors who lost money with Valley Investments in Grand Junction might get back more in tax relief than they get eventually from what remains of the company, Valley’s receiver said Thursday. And for that, Valley investors can thank ...


Grand Junction production value up in 2008

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction produced a record $5.227 billion worth of goods and services in 2008. The metropolitan area’s gross domestic product, or GDP, increased 14.9 percent from 2007, when the region produced $4.549 billion in goods and ...


Mesa State hopes to offer swine flu vaccine

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College can count a handful of its students and employees among the 793 cases of flu-like illness at Colorado colleges this school year. So far, Mesa State hasn’t seen a single confirmed case of the ominous H1N1 flu. The ...


Glenwood man dies in truck rollover

By Staff

A Glenwood Springs man died when he lost control of the dump truck he was driving and rolled it off a road near Edwards, the Colorado State Patrol said Thursday. Keith Cleghorn, 49, was pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday, troopers ...


United Way charts course toward $1.1 million

By Emily Shockley

United Way of Mesa County launched its 50th annual fund-raising campaign Thursday with the goal of matching last year’s donations of $1.1 million. Thirty-six early donors, known as “pacesetters” of the campaign, already have ...


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United Way charts course toward $1.1 million

By Emily Shockley

United Way of Mesa County launched its 50th annual fund-raising campaign Thursday with the goal of matching last year’s donations of $1.1 million. Thirty-six early donors, known as “pacesetters” of the campaign, already have ...


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Hats off to Palisade High’s spirit week

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’ll be a dog fight — bulldog versus bulldog — Friday night during Palisade High School’s homecoming football game against Moffat County. Students have been rousing their school spirit by donning funny clothes and ...


Panel: U.S. should spend $700M more on its parks

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Spending on national parks should be increased by at least $700 million over the next seven years, an independent panel urged Congress on Thursday. “You could double that and still not have enough,” said Jack Neckels, a former ...


Conspiracy charges may be dismissed against Montrose teen

By Amy Hamilton

A Montrose boy who was 14 last year when he was charged with conspiracy in slashing a girl’s throat may have his charges dismissed. District Attorney Myrl Serra of the 7th Judicial District filed a motion Thursday to dismiss charges ...


Hazardous materials case ends in probation

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The co-owner of a Montrose mining company was sentenced Thursday to five years of probation and 135 days in jail for illegally storing hazardous waste on the company’s property, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office ...


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