Western Colorado

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Group admits violation of campaign law

By Dennis Webb

An outside campaign group has admitted to a violation in a Garfield County Commission race, but an advocacy organization says weak state laws and enforcement make it unlikely that some political-spending mysteries surrounding last fall’s ...


More efficient rigs drilling wells faster

By Dennis Webb

RULISON — On a well pad near Rulison stands yet another reason for the reduction in drilling rigs in the region. But energy companies aren’t complaining about this one. A high-efficiency drilling rig is operating on a Williams ...


Assistant superintendent lone applicant for top District 51 post

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School District 51 Assistant Superintendent Steve Schultz appears to be in line for a promotion. District officials announced Thursday that Schultz is the lone applicant and finalist to replace outgoing Superintendent Tim Mills. Mills is ...


Prosecutor calls corrections bill an ‘abomination,’ will oppose it

By Staff

A bill that would shift the burden for imprisoning criminals from the state to municipalities is being called an “abomination of a bill” by Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger. Senate Bill 286, sponsored by Sen. John ...


Budget focus shifts to state workers, cigarette taxes

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State employees might have to take unpaid days off, and smokers might face more taxes for cigarettes as the Legislature grapples with new ways to balance the state budget. The budget is set to go before the Senate this morning, and the House ...


Authorities fear drowning after canoe capsizes

By Staff

Authorities feared a Delta man drowned after a canoe capsized on the north side of the Crawford State Park reservoir on Wednesday afternoon, Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee said. The second occupant of the canoe, Stacy Bjerk, 22, of Nucla, ...


City OKs more Corner Square access, to ire of property owner

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The Grand Junction City Council Wednesday night approved plans to build a third entry to the mixed-use Corner Square development at First Street and Patterson Road. Against the recommendation of the Planning Commission, city traffic engineers ...


Oil shale group assails studies as negative

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Recent studies calling into question the environmental effects of oil shale development serve to “unnecessarily heighten public anxiety” about development, the industry association said. The National Oil Shale Association cited ...


LAND TRUST 4-16

Growers give 35 acres to Mesa Land Trust

By Staff

Decades of Palisade farming have instilled in John and Diane Cox a deep appreciation of the land’s beauty and value. To preserve what they love, the two have turned to the Mesa Land Trust. The Cox family recently allowed the land trust ...


Federal officials find Yellowstone wolf dead in northwest Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

A female gray wolf that wandered into Colorado earlier this year from Yellowstone National Park has been found dead in northwest Colorado. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials confirmed they recovered the carcass of the wolf known as ...


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