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City Council revokes permit for gravel pit

By Amy Hamilton

Is the road safe for pedestrians with truck traffic? What about bus stops for children? And, what about water? Residents of an Orchard Mesa neighborhood have been asking those questions for the past 18 months about a proposal for a gravel ...


I-70 crash blamed on coughing fit

By Paul Shockley

A Utah trucker told police and paramedics he nearly lost consciousness during a violent fit of coughing early Monday on Interstate 70 near the state line, causing a crash that closed westbound traffic nearly four hours, according to the ...


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Man sought in Moab slaying outside Denny’s

By Paul Shockley

An arrest warrant was issued Monday in the fatal stabbing of a man outside a Moab, Utah, restaurant early Sunday, Moab Police Chief Mike Navarre said. Andrew Todd Curtis, 34, of Moab, is wanted on suspicion of murder, aggravated assault and ...


Workers’ pay 38 percent of city spending

By Amy Hamilton

Annual salaries of full-time city of Grand Junction workers in the new year could range from $31,000 for a custodian to a little more than $153,000 for the city manager. Salaries for all department directors and most managers come near or top ...


8th publisher exits Free Press

By Staff

The eighth in a rapid succession of publishers for the Grand Junction Free Press has left the weekly paper after four months. Kim Burner was selected publisher and general manager in August, according to the Free Press. The paper is owned by ...


County OKs slimmer, $130 million budget

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Mesa County will start 2011 with a $130 million budget, down 8.4 percent and nearly 44 jobs smaller than the one with which it began 2010. The Mesa County Commission unanimously approved the 2011 spending plan on Monday after noting it is the ...


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Wolverine threatened but won’t be protected, agency says

By Dennis Webb

Climate change could undo a hundred years of recovery by the wolverine in the Lower 48 states, according to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review concluding the animal warrants but is precluded from receiving protection under the Endangered ...


State computers at risk of cyber attack

By Charles Ashby

WikiLeaks and Mesa County aren’t the only ones releasing sensitive information these days. A state audit issued Monday shows the governor’s Office of Cyber Security isn’t properly overseeing the security of the state’s ...


Healthy lunch act in; Frito pie, nachos out at District 51 schools

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Most of the school lunch changes requested in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 already have been made in School District 51. The signing of the bill Monday by President Barack Obama simply means more federal money to help fund those ...


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Montrose food bank tries to meet need

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Oneda Doyal watches from an office window as people enter and leave, pushing shopping carts full of donated food — three days’ worth to be exact. As the executive director of the Sharing Ministries food bank, 121 ...


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