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Elk poachers from Missouri get large fines

By Dave Buchanan

Three Missouri men were fined $2,851.50 each and assessed 30 points each against their hunting privileges after being ticketed for illegally killing bull elk last fall while possessing only cow elk licenses. According to the Colorado Division ...

Mesa County GOP chooses new leaders

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The Mesa County Republican Party on Saturday approved a new slate of leaders who already had won the stamp of approval from the Western Colorado Conservative Alliance. The GOP central committee elected by acclamation Frances Ruth Ehlers as ...

Jr. mathematicians multiply their success

By Rachel Sauer

Be nice to these kids. Someday, when the robot armies invade, they’ll be the ones who know which wires to cut. More immediately, they’ll be the ones designing bridges over which we hope to safely pass. They’ll be the ones ...

Getting It Right, Feb. 6, 2011

By Staff

A story on page 3A Saturday, “Dog killer faces 6 years in drug case,” should have attributed information about guilty pleas to Mesa County Deputy District Attorney Chris Nerbonne.  ...

Forest Service advances geothermal lease plan

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has given its consent to lease nearly 3,800 acres of national forest in southeastern Gunnison County for geothermal development. The decision is one step in a multilevel review process involving a confidential ...

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Family draws line in the turf

By Rachel Sauer

Their house is divided but still standing, though the thing most likely propping it up today is stubbornness. That, and intractable loyalty. “The Steelers are going to win,” says Faron Young. “Nope,” counters his ...

Capitol losing budget battle

By Charles Ashby

Legislators from both major political parties started the 2011 legislative session last month promising to cut the size of government, but the measures they have introduced so far would,  as a whole, do just the opposite. By law, every ...

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Aspinall building to get energy-efficiency boost

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The nonagenarian Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building in downtown Grand Junction will show how large buildings can be brought back to the future, federal and other officials said Friday. The building, half of which was constructed in 1916, then ...

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Dog killer faces 6 years in drug case

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man serving a three-year federal prison sentence for killing a dog faces more prison time after a series of unrelated guilty pleas Friday. Steven Clay Romero, 38, could receive a maximum of six years in state prison after ...

Bill would shed light on ‘fracking’ fluids

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Roger Wilson knows there’s no money in the state’s coffers to increase monitoring of hydraulic fracturing fluids being pumped into some oil and gas fields around the state. But the Glenwood Springs Democrat wants to do what ...

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