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9/11 inspired man to move to GJ

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Too many sources of terror remain untouched by the efforts of the United States and others, said a Grand Junction man who moved to western Colorado as a result of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. “Since that event, the world has not been ...

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GJ man met 9/11 hijacker in flight school

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The bold pencil line drawn down the map, an aeronautical section chart of the East Coast, runs across Connecticut, through Manhattan and stops dead at the group-obstruction marker for the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. The line was ...

Grand Junction looks back at 9/11

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After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans changed in subtle and not-so-subtle ways the manner in which they conduct their daily lives. Even now, 10 years removed from the attacks, people in Grand Junction still are sorting out ...


Two-vehicle wreck along I-70B kills 1

By Charles Ashby

At least one person died in a two-vehicle accident on Interstate 70 Business Loop near 31 1/2 Road early Saturday evening. According to Grand Junction Police Department Cpl. Bob Culver, a white Chevrolet Astro van was making a left turn off ...

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Country embraced patriotic fervor quickly following terrorists’ attacks

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Within days of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, much of the country swathed itself in red, white and blue. Lapel-button flags were suddenly on sale almost everywhere. Red, white and blue ribbons bloomed on the sides of cars, as did flags ...

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Racing is in their bloodlines

By William Woody

MONTROSE — For the Sanchez family of Clifton, horse racing isn’t only big business, it is their way of life. In Montrose on Saturday, they kept alive their heritage and the history of horse racing on the Western ...

Club 20: Tipton tries to loosen loan rules for small banks

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is working with a Colorado Democrat to loosen credit for small businesses, a measure Tipton touted Saturday as he spoke during the fall meeting of Club 20. The “Capital Access for Main Street” ...

Regulations ‘breaking country,’ Club 20 speaker says

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Federal regulation is stifling the nation’s economic recovery, a Wyoming natural resources attorney told Club 20 on Saturday. Regulation “has become so costly that it is breaking our country,” Harriet Hageman, who represents ...


Club 20: Keep state open for business, Hickenlooper says

By Charles Ashby

Make Colorado more business friendly and push all forms of energy development as long as companies act responsibly, Gov. John Hickenlooper told a packed crowd at Club 20’s fall meeting Saturday. The governor said his chief goal is to ...

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