Western Colorado

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Western Slope gas drilling rebounding

By Dennis Webb

Like a garden in springtime after a hard winter, northwest Colorado’s energy industry is showing increasing signs of revival and recovery. Following a severe pruning beginning in late 2008, area natural gas development is showing more ...


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By William Woody

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Rifle murder trial postponed until fall

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A trial scheduled for April for a Rifle man accused of shooting and killing his brother in late 2008 has been postponed until September. District Court Judge Gail Nichols agreed to the delay Friday and scheduled an ...


Local Briefs, March 13, 2010

By Staff

Riders for Justice plan fundraiser Riders for Justice will sponsor a fundraiser today at the Eagles Lodge, 1674 U.S. Highway 50. Ralph Dinosaur and the Fabulous Volcanos will play from 6 to 10 p.m. Admission is $20 and a raffle will take ...


Wildlife officers search for pronghorn poacher

By Dave Buchanan

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for information in the recent illegal killing of a pronghorn. DOW spokesman Randy Hampton said the pronghorn carcass was discovered March 4 by utility workers along a ditch road northwest of 24 and ...


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College buries body farm location

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Confronted with questions and concerns from residents, Mesa State College is scrapping its plans to locate human corpses several hundred feet from homes in Pear Park. Instead, it will accelerate its pursuit of an alternate site to build a ...


Pot shop won’t open near private Grand Junction school

By Emily Shockley

Gregg Davis is looking for a new spot for MedTech Modern Care and Wellness Systems after deciding not to open at 721 N. 12th St. Davis, who owns Herbal Paradise at 605 Grand Ave., planned to open MedTech in late February. The business would ...


Single lanes open on damaged interstate

By Dennis Webb

After a closure lasting three-and-a-half days, Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon was opened Thursday afternoon to one lane of travel in each direction. The reopening put an end to motorists being forced to take detours of hundreds of miles, ...


Feds sue pipeline firm, say pension plan abandoned

By Charles Ashby

The U.S. Department of Labor filed suit in federal court Thursday against the former owner of a Fruita company that went out of business without paying some of its bills. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Denver and alleges Carl ...


Junction police comb through pot patients’ paperwork

By Paul Shockley

Hundreds of records for medical marijuana patients are under scrutiny as authorities decide whether a local dispensary’s volume of valid patients justifies a grow operation with more than 1,000 marijuana plants, an enterprise still ...


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