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Gifts for skiing, boarding last all winter long

By Dave Buchanan

Some Christmas presents are better if they don’t fit under the tree or keep on giving long after the first round of batteries is exhausted. One of those evergreen gifts is the gift of skiing or snowboarding, and here are some offers ...


Traffic Alert, Dec. 26, 2010

By Staff

A road closure and maintenance project may affect traffic this week: Riverside Parkway: Crews will perform warranty work on the Riverside Parkway starting Dec. 27 and continuing through Jan. 14 near the bridge over Fifth Street. Expect lane ...


Mutilated carcass is likely coyote, cops say

By Staff

Palisade resident George Reber wonders why the carcass of an animal is still in a canal in Riverbend Park weeks after he reported it. Reber, who initially reported finding a mutilated carcass in the park near 36 1/4 Road on Dec. 9, said the ...


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In Mesa County businesses, government and nonprofits, women take charge

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Grand Junction’s city manager, mayor, interim Mesa County administrator, undersheriff, national monument superintendent and the heads of all major economic development organizations in the valley have two things in common: leadership ...


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Grand Valley much warmer than last December

By Charles Ashby

Except for on day, temperatures in the Grand Valley this month haven’t come close to breaking records. Still, compared to last year’s frigid temperatures, valley residents have enjoyed some balmy days this month, which is ...


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New chef at Le Rouge finds his job ‘refreshing’

By Amy Hamilton

New mouth-watering dishes at Le Rouge Restaurant & Piano Bar, 317 Main St., in the last month are the handiwork of the French restaurant’s new chef, Evan Francois. The 25-year-old, who most recently worked as the chef at the Hotel ...


Firm fined $7,000 for drilling violation

By Dennis Webb

Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. has agreed to pay a $7,000 fine for drilling on a well pad it had moved without state permission. The agreement between the company and staff members of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is subject ...


Powderhorn will offer program for skiers 5 to 14

By Dave Buchanan

Young skiers can get a head start on a racing career or simply take immense leaps in their skiing prowess by participating in the Buddy Werner program at Powderhorn Ski Resort. Named after the three-time Olympic skier from Steamboat Springs, ...


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Stores bulking up on employees, hours to handle post-holiday rush on Sunday

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Fuzzy, pink bunny slippers not on your Christmas wish list? Pining instead for a Kindle or tool set? If you awakened this morning to something under the tree that was too big, too small, or too, shall we say, not you, and you’re eager ...


Tipton finds fault with Salazar’s wilderness push

By Dennis Webb

Congressman-elect Scott Tipton is criticizing a wilderness initiative by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, saying it usurps the powers of Congress. Salazar on Thursday said he was ordering the Bureau of Land Management to undertake a new ...


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