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Fracking fluid spills in canyon

By Amy Hamilton

Fluids used for drilling wells spilled from a truck on Colorado Highway 65 on Friday morning but did not enter Plateau Creek, according to Plateau Valley Fire Protection District Chief Randy Leach. Leach said a BJ Services Co. truck was ...


Nisley Elementary earns state honor for its excellence

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Nisley Elementary School has been named a 2010 Center of Excellence School by the Colorado Department of Education. The distinction is given each year to schools with the highest rates of individual growth on Colorado Student Assessment Plan ...


Tax credits, other benefits slated to expire

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Unemployment benefit extensions aren’t the only items at risk of expiring at the end of the year. A number of tax credits, loan terms and other provisions are scheduled to go out the window. One tax credit set to expire at the end of ...


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Van Gundy’s goes green with solar

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Van Gundy’s Recycle Center is channeling the power of the sun to drive the machinery it uses to crush and package thousands of pounds of metal. The new solar array atop two of the buildings at Van Gundy’s, 645 Fourth Ave., in ...


Couple suspected of $22,500 welfare fraud

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Valley couple received court summonses on suspicion they defrauded Mesa County’s Department of Human Services of $22,500 in welfare benefits over the past four years. Kristina Adamson, 26, and her husband, Brent Adamson, 41, are ...


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Flood claims denied

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The city of Grand Junction’s insurance company has rejected damage claims filed by three business owners whose stores were inundated with water, mud and rocks when a crumbling, city-owned waterline burst in October. The claims were ...


Breach could put people at risk

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The inadvertent online publishing of more than 20 years’ worth of personal and investigative Mesa County Sheriff’s Department records could put at risk the personal and financial security of departmental employees and informants, ...


Anybody with any police contact advised to guard identity, credit

By Staff

Employees and people who have been involved with one of three Grand Valley law-enforcement agencies are being alerted to take steps to protect their credit and identities, Mesa County officials said Friday. The people who should take note are ...


Valley Investments trial will be held in Denver

By Staff

Western Slope residents who lost money in Valley Investments will be able to watch the trial via closed-circuit television in Grand Junction, but the trial will be conducted in Denver. U.S. District Judge Philip A. Brimmer ruled Friday the ...


Weld ahead of Garfield in state oil, gas permits

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Colorado is closing in on the state’s third-best year for drilling permits, buoyed in part by increasing activity in Weld County that has it poised to end Garfield County’s five-year reign as the permit ...


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