Western Colorado

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No injuries in home explosion after propane ignites Jacuzzi

By Paul Shockley

A propane leak and faulty equipment were blamed after a Jacuzzi exploded inside a Montrose home as a boy was trying to bathe, according to the Montrose Fire Department. Nobody was injured in the blast. Firefighters were called around 5:30 ...


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Motorcyclist injured in crash near mall

By Paul Shockley

A motorcyclist suffered head injuries and another man was cited after a traffic accident Saturday evening near Mesa Mall. Matthew Stiasny, 21, of Grand Junction, was ticketed on suspicion of making a right turn from the wrong lane after his ...


Briefs: news Sept. 26, 2009

By Staff

Butterfly release today at botanical gardens The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens will release butterflies in its butterfly house at 1 p.m. today. Visitors can see up close the variety of butterflies that are native to Colorado and the ...


RNI facility would have 17 ponds in first of three development phases

By Staff

As a welder, Snap Morris makes his living from the energy industry, but now the energy industry is threatening to make his living difficult. Morris, his wife, Cheryl, and his mother-in-law, Mildred Pfalzgraff, live adjacent to a stop sign on ...


Glade Park readies for parade

By Staff

Glade Park residents Bobbi and Steve Miller were so excited about the opening this year of the new Glade Park Community School that they decided to have a parade at 1 p.m. on Oct. 3 to celebrate. Since announcing their intentions a week ago, ...


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Glade Park readies for parade

By Staff

Glade Park residents Bobbi and Steve Miller were so excited about the opening this year of the new Glade Park Community School that they decided to have a parade at 1 p.m. on Oct. 3 to celebrate. Since announcing their intentions a week ago, ...


H1N1 appears in 15 counties this flu season

By Staff

Fifteen of Colorado’s 64 counties have confirmed at least one case of the H1N1 virus within their boundaries between Aug. 30 and Sept. 19. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is now reporting influenza and H1N1 ...


Salvation Army opens new Delta store after July fire

By Staff

Two months after an electrical fire burned down The Salvation Army store in Delta, a new and improved store has opened at a new location. “We had so many people call when we closed,” said Claudia Jackson, director of public ...


Delegates: No mercury in western Colorado

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U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu could remove Grand Junction from the list of potential mercury-storage sites, and he should do just that, Colorado’s senators and a congressman said. “We believe there is abundant evidence to ...


Penry, Norton clobber field in GOP straw poll

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FRISCO — Colorado Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry easily captured the majority of votes for governor in a straw poll of Republican Party leaders Friday night. Grand Junction native Jane Norton also collected the most votes among party ...


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