Western Colorado

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McInnis defends call about political plans after group’s assertion

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A Front Range political watchdog group says it will investigate a phone message left by former Republican Congressman Scott McInnis with a supporter. McInnis’ message suggests he’s working with a 527, the term borrowed from the ...


CHAOS GOES TO JAIL 5-1

Court acts against dogs’ owners

By Staff

Chaos has gone to the pound. Mesa County Court Judge Craig Henderson ordered that Chaos, an 18-month old pit bull, be taken from his owners, Rebecca and Jonathan Gilbert. Chaos, the judge said, is “obviously a dangerous dog.” The ...


Take steps to prepare for disease, county says

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Mesa County health officials advised families to prepare for an emergency by stockpiling food and water and urged sick people to stay home as a swine flu outbreak spread to Colorado. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on ...


Decision leads to water fight

By Amy Hamilton

The legend of Moab’s Matrimony Springs worked like a charm on Christy Williams. The resident of Castle Valley, a community of some 300 people northeast of Moab, moved to the area years ago and only intended to stick around for a short ...


RANDY GRADISHAR 4-30

Gradishar reinforces importance of serving in local community

By Patrick Bahr

Randy Gradishar knows about giving back. The Denver Broncos Ring of Fame linebacker was in Grand Junction on Wednesday as the keynote speaker at the Salvation Army’s 101st Civic Celebration. Gradishar is no stranger to civic service. ...


Ruling should help protect Western lands, groups say

By Dennis Webb

Environmental groups say a federal appeals court decision in a New Mexico case this week should aid in efforts to protect other Western public lands from energy development, including the Roan Plateau in Colorado. “We think in ...


Group involved in GarCo race fined

By Dennis Webb

A judge has fined an independent campaign group $7,150 for violations related to a Garfield County commission race. Administrative Law Judge Robert Spencer handed down the fine this week against the Aurora-based Colorado League of Taxpayers. ...


Sunlight ski resort gives up on base village idea for now

By Dennis Webb

Sunlight Mountain Resort has withdrawn its proposal for a base village project, deciding to hold off on pursuing any development approval pending discussions with potential investors. Garfield County commissioners originally had been ...


Vote on seat-belt law likely to be tight one

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Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, might have a pivotal vote if the Colorado House votes next month on whether police can pull drivers over for not wearing seat belts. Bradford, a freshman legislator, said Wednesday she had “some ...


VICTIMS RIGHTS 4-30

Troubled teens turn over new leaf

By Amy Hamilton

A newly planted flowering crab-apple tree at the entrance to the Mesa County Justice Center requires 18-year-old Lyndon to look squarely at his past. The teenager from Rio Blanco County, who is nearly three months into about a year-and-a-half ...


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