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Montrose County taps new manager

By Staff

Former Assistant Garfield County Manager Jesse Smith is expected to be named Montrose County manager next week, officials announced Thursday. The Montrose County Commission will appoint Smith on Monday. His first day on the job will be Jan. ...


Colorado delegates unite to fight bark beetles

By Staff

A destructive force for Colorado’s forests is proving to be a unifying one for its congressional delegation. In a rare show of solidarity, all seven U.S. House of Representatives members from Colorado agreed to cosponsor legislation to ...


Palisade honor students help with housecleaning

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The National Honor Society students at Palisade High School are helping previously homeless renters keep their new homes spotless. The students used $1,000 of their club’s money to purchase cleaning supplies — such as dish soap, ...


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Accused swindler free on bond

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Valley Investments owner Philip Rand Lochmiller, arrested Wednesday in connection with the failure of his business, remains free awaiting a second appearance in federal court next week. U.S. Magistrate Judge Gudrun Rice freed Lochmiller, 61, ...


Briefs, Dec. 17, 2009

By Staff

Drive raises $15K, 3,000 pounds of food The food drive challenge hosted by The Williams Drilling Department raised more than $15,000 and collected 3,000 pounds of food. Employees of Williams will deliver food and monetary donations to the ...


Central High speech team No. 1 on West Slope

By Staff

Central High School’s speech and debate team is ranked the highest of any team on the Western Slope. The National Forensic League point system ranks Central sixth in the state behind Cherry Creek, George Washington, Denver East, Kent ...


Garfield considers air-quality testing for community where drilling planned

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County is exploring placement of air-quality-testing stations in Battlement Mesa as one response to a request from residents for a health-impact assessment prior to natural gas drilling by Antero Resources ...


DA: Officer justified in downtown shooting

By Paul Shockley

A shooting in downtown Grand Junction last month involving a National Park Service officer was self-defense, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Wednesday. Eugene Olivieri was shot once in the chest following a confrontation in the predawn ...


Brady Trucking wins battle; foes plan next move

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A judge has upheld a ruling that a citizens’ group didn’t collect enough signatures on a petition that sought to overturn industrial zoning along the Colorado River. The decision represents a victory for Brady Trucking, which is ...


Valley Investments trio indicted

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The owner of failed Valley Investments is to appear in federal court today in Grand Junction to answer charges in connection with the failure of a company that authorities allege operated as a Ponzi scheme. The failure of Valley Investments ...


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