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250 wild horses near Meeker to be relocated

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is planning to gather more wild horses for relocation next month, this time from a herd near Meeker. From Sept. 20 until the end of the month, workers will gather nearly 250 wild horses in the 190,000-acre ...

Shell Oil ends legal challenge over shale deals

By Dennis Webb

Shell Oil Co. doesn’t plan to appeal to a higher court after failing to convince a judge earlier this year to reconsider the cases of two oil shale lawsuits after settlements. Shell has contended the settlements between conservation ...

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Area pastors send youth off to school with blessed backpacks

By Rachel Sauer

On Wednesday morning, kids will roll from bed earlier than the day before, yellow buses will rumble through sleepy neighborhoods, and pristine backpacks will get filled with shiny supplies. The first day of a new school year is a familiar ...

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University bustling with building activity

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Colorado Mesa University changed more than just its name this summer. Students returning to campus this weekend will notice a new residence hall, Bunting Avenue Student Housing, is open after a year of construction, as is a newly renovated ...

Fires expected to die down this weekend

By Staff

A pair of wildfires burning near Norwood are expected to decrease over the weekend as incoming moisture is expected to prevent growth and change fuel conditions. The Big A Fire, estimated at 980 acres, and the Jeep Fire, approximately 425 ...

Jobless rate for July at 10% locally

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At 10 percent, Mesa County had the eighth-highest unemployment rate in July among Colorado’s 64 counties. That’s 1.5 percentage points higher than Colorado’s unemployment rate, which dropped three-tenths of a percentage ...

Doctors accused in deaths want hearings in Denver

By Paul Shockley

Two former western Colorado doctors accused in the deaths of four patients want a judge to move their next court appearances from Grand Junction to Denver, arguing it would be more convenient for them and their attorneys, according to motions ...

County wants to outsource more services

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Mesa County commissioners, particularly Janet Rowland and Craig Meis, occasionally speak of their desire to see the county run more like a business. The board now is seeing to it that the private sector has a greater chance to run some ...

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Tomato crop two weeks late, growers say

By Rachel Sauer

Usually, the color of August is red — brilliant, delicious red that hints at an explosion of juice and seeds soon to come. August is for tomatoes, the prize of any garden, the reward for months of weeding and coddling, the best part of ...

Campground closed over bear concerns

By Dave Buchanan

After several close encounters between campers and black bears, the Bureau of Land Management has closed Mud Springs Campground on Pinyon Mesa until Sept. 2. Several campers reported seeing bears that showed little fear of people. Those bears ...

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