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‘Perfect storm’ ended in death, grand jury says

By Paul Shockley

A grand jury returned no criminal charges in the death of a young go-kart racer, but said in a scathing report that “actions or inactions” created an environment that led to August’s accident at Grand Junction Motor ...


Workers: Smuggler’s paychecks bounced

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In theory, the last two paychecks Crystal Nix received from Smuggler’s Brew Pub before its April 5 closure are worth $200. For now, though, they aren’t worth the ink and paper it took to print them. Nix said she has attempted to ...


Deadline past for disputed Mesa website

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The Unauthorized Social Network at ColoradoMesaUniversity.org was in business Wednesday evening, despite an ultimatum that the site owner surrender it. Mesa State College student Justin Kolenc bought the domain name, as well as two others, in ...


Landowner renews legal battle with Antero over pipeline work

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A Garfield County landowner was back in court with Antero Resources Wednesday over renewed concerns about the quality of its pipeline construction. Bob Regulski, who first questioned the integrity of the energy ...


Montrose names new city manager

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The city of Montrose announced Wednesday that William “Bill” Bell has been named the new city manager. Bell has more than nine years of city administration experience, including stints as administrator for ...


Bobby’s Bash still owes $175,000 to Mesa County

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Country music festival organizer Bobby Willis is now two days late in paying Mesa County $175,000 in deposits needed to move forward with Bobby’s Birthday Bash next month. County spokeswoman Jessica Peterson said the county hadn’t ...


Colorado, eight other states get third shot at Race to Top funds

By Charles Ashby

Colorado is among nine states that can apply for up to $50 million in education grants in the third round of the federal Race to the Top funding program, U.S. Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced Wednesday. Colorado and the ...


Tea party group won’t protest Churchill

By Amy Hamilton

If fired University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill had been scheduled to speak in Grand Junction on any day other than Memorial Day, a local Tea Party group would protest, according to president Tim Fenwick of GJResult. Instead, to ...


Palisade board extends library lease 3 months

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The Palisade branch of the Mesa County Public Library District can continue to operate at its current location rent-free for another three months while the library’s Board of Trustees continues to contemplate options for a new home for ...


Mesa State College opens Water Center for research, education and policy

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The Western Slope has had plenty of water observers, officials and attorneys, but it hasn’t had, until now, a focal point for the collection of water information. The Water Center at Mesa State College, however, is now in business and ...


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