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Flood fallout sticking agencies with high road, trail repair bills

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Now that the Colorado River that raged at record runoff levels earlier this summer is finally beginning to calm, cash-strapped local and state agencies are swallowing hard and preparing to fork over millions of dollars to fix flood-damaged ...


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You can say it now: Colorado Mesa University

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It’s time to work Colorado Mesa University into your vocabulary. As of 12:01 a.m. today, it’s a faux pas to call the institution of higher learning at 12th Street and North Avenue Mesa State College. Signs on three corners of the ...


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Doctors indicted in four deaths

By Amy Hamilton

Cedaredge resident John Moore was elated Tuesday to hear two former Western Slope doctors were indicted on multiple federal charges related to the health care clinics they operated. Dr. Sam Jahani, 49, now living in Cleveland, Texas, and Dr. ...


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Hospital, college seal $7.1 million deal on 8 acres

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Mesa State College officially closed Monday on a deal to pay Community Hospital $7.1 million to move onto the hospital’s 8-acre campus. The agreement will allow the college to immediately spread its boundaries across Orchard Avenue and ...


Farmers to Udall: Help conserve orchards

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U.S. Sen. Mark Udall received an education Monday on the value of the fruit industry and agritourism to the Grand Valley, as local farmers and land conservationists encouraged the Colorado Democrat to do his part to ensure that federal funding ...


Text message leads to arrest in gun incident

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man accused of threatening another man with a handgun was tracked down and arrested Sunday after police learned he’d sent a text message to a third party explaining he’d “bout shot a dude in da face.” Steven ...


Investment advisers point to economy in stock market dive

By Charles Ashby

Though they understand the chain of events leading up to it, Grand Junction-area financial advisers were scratching their heads over Monday’s stock market sell-off. The 634-point drop of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and declines of ...


Tipton tries to steer $5 million from EPA to public lands

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton earned cheers from some outdoor sporting groups and jeers from environmentalists last week for his part in House Republican amendments to the Interior Department Appropriations Act of 2012. Tipton and several other ...


300 acres burning in Bookcliffs

By Staff

Bureau of Land Management firefighters were closely watching, but letting burn, a 300-acre fire on the Little Book Cliffs Wilderness Study Area 8 north of Grand Junction. David Boyd, spokesman for the bureau’s northwest Colorado office, ...


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Downtown remembrance of 9/11 endures

By Melinda Mawdsley

Reports that more beams salvaged from the Sept. 11 wreckage may be heading toward Grand Junction are likely not true, multiple local officials said Monday. An article in Sunday’s Denver Post said that Grand Junction was one of 15 ...


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