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School meal prices to increase by 25 to 50 cents, District 51 says

By Emily Shockley

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New Castle man shot teenager, sheriff says

By Dennis Webb

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Gunnison River drowning an accident, coroner says

By Paul Shockley

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Funds cut ends rent aid for GarCo households

By Dennis Webb

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De Beque action on growth plan could end wrangling with county

By Staff

By LEROY STANDISH After months of squabbling between De Beque and Mesa County, the town finally has updated its growth plan and satisfied the County Commission. Monday night, the De Beque Planning Commission unanimously approved a plan ...


Web site keeps track of water quality in Piceance

By Dennis Webb

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Superintendent seeks community input on education

By Emily Shockley

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County cracks down on leaking sewage

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH A Gateway trailer park that has been leaking raw sewage into the ground — and possibly into the Dolores River — for at least a year is finally cleaning up its act. The Mesa County Commission on Tuesday ...


TREASURE HUNTERS 8-4

Treasures galore as antiques event begins

By Melinda Mawdsley

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County spending $15 million on construction

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Mesa County is spending more than $15 million on transportation and other capital improvement projects this summer. Another $23 million in spening is being planned, according to Mesa County Administrator Jon ...


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