Western Colorado

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LS VETS DAY 2

GJ woman traveling to U.S. capital to meet son, represent mothers’ group

By Melinda Mawdsley

Breakfast at the White House will be delicious. Rubbing shoulders with the country’s top generals will be an honor. But Grand Junction’s Wendy Hoffman is most excited about her upcoming trip to Washington, D.C., for one reason: ...


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Student of the Week—Casey Miller, CHS Senior

By Staff

THE CASEY MILLER FILE GPA: 3.86 After-school activities: Church. Favorite book: “Everlost” by Neal Shusterman. Favorite show: “Psych.” Favorite Web site: Myspace. Most played song on your iPod: “One ...


Williams adding gas rigs amid market skepticism

By Dennis Webb

The region’s largest natural gas producer, Williams, will add three more drilling rigs locally over the next year, and its top executive is heralding the increased pipeline capacity that has closed the gap in price between gas produced ...


Briefs, Nov. 8, 2009

By Staff

Early December time to ship overseas The general deadline is Dec. 11 to Dec. 14 for sending holiday letters and packages to most international countries and destinations, including Mexico, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, New ...


Driver killed in GarCo wreck

By Staff

A 32 year old man died Saturday after rolling his car in Garfield County. The man was driving west on Garfield County Road 346 between Rifle and Silt when the vehicle veered off the right side of the road, skidded counter-clockwise and then ...


Armory building could add 150 guard jobs on Western Slope

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A new Colorado National Guard armory included in Gov. Bill Ritter’s budget proposal to the Legislature will create as many 150 jobs across the Western Slope. The National Guard already is recruiting for 130 jobs in a recently created ...


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Veteran’s widow tries to pay the bills

By Emily Shockley

Sandi Niblack is selling “whatever isn’t nailed down” to make ends meet. Her husband, a Vietnam war veteran, died March 27. Niblack said she is still struggling to pay off the last $1,000 on his funeral. She doesn’t ...


Six patients allege doctor made inappropriate sexual contact

By Amy Hamilton

A longtime local physician is being investigated by the state for six patient claims of inappropriate sexual contact. Four of the six patient complaints are from women who were employees as well as patients of Dr. Louis Bair at Desert Sun ...


Capital spending largely spared by city’s budget ax

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The economic recession that has drained Grand Junction of a few pints of its financial lifeblood — sales-tax revenue — has left its mark across virtually all aspects of city government. All regular full- and part-time workers will ...


House District 54 candidate Scott seeks advisers for issues committee

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A Grand Junction Republican running for House District 54 said he will set up a citizens council to advise him on issues before the Legislature. Ray Scott, a businessman in a two-way race for the GOP nomination for the seat, said in a ...


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