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New state rule could clarify oil, gas royalties

By Staff

Energy industry and mineral owner representatives hope a new state rule will help improve transparency and reduce disputes on how oil and gas production is reported for royalty purposes. The rule, passed Nov. 30 by the Colorado Oil and Gas ...


Auction set for Valley Investments assets

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The first assets of Valley Investments — from rifles to a 1955 firetruck to office equipment to perhaps some surprises — are to go on the auction block this week. Valley Investments was placed in receivership last spring, and the ...


Authorities seek offender who left work release unit

By Amy Hamilton

Authorities are looking for a work-release inmate who failed to return to the Alternative Sentencing Unit, 559 Pitkin Ave., on Friday night. Ronald Valenzuela, 26, was serving a sentence for violating probation on a criminal impersonation ...


Romanoff gears up Senate campaign

By Staff

Andrew Romanoff’s so-called stealth campaign to be Colorado’s newest U.S. senator is about to come out of the shadows. The former speaker of the Colorado House and now a candidate to be the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate ...


White stuff a joy at Powderhorn opening

By Amy Hamilton

Hundreds of skiers and snowboarders arrived for Powderhorn’s opening day Saturday, but none were as early as four students from Fruita Monument High School. Casey Mays, Kiani Vogt, Mariah Hartle and Brady King planted themselves at the ...


More Mesa County residents seeking a helping hand

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Vern Edwards and his family don’t live in a spacious three-bedroom home or boast a brimming savings account. But for the most part, they’ve managed to get along all right. The once-booming construction industry afforded Edwards ...


Grocers’ sales of wine, beer still unresolved

By Staff

The Denver man pushing a proposed initiative to allow grocery stores to sell wine and full-strength beer hopes his measure doesn’t reach the ballot next fall, but only if some state lawmaker decides to bring the idea up during next ...


Police search travel agency in fraud probe

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction travel agency is under investigation for allegations that it pocketed the extra cash after using customers’ money to buy airline tickets and then repurchasing the tickets at reduced rates, according to court records. ...


Schools get solar systems from stimulus funds

By Emily Shockley

Pear Park and Dos Rios elementary schools will install new energy-efficient technology next year, thanks to a $103,152 grant. The district will use a grant from the New Energy Economic Development, or NEED, program to buy and install Solatube ...


Briefs, Dec. 12, 2009

By Staff

‘Young@Heart’ now set Tuesday Because of the snowstorm earlier this week, the Grand Junction Community Cinema screening of “Young@Heart” has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Mesa County Libraries central ...


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