Western Colorado

Page 1749 of 1945


Nonprofit agency to operate Silverton weekly until new owner steps up

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Silverton’s weekly newspaper is at once the oldest on the Western Slope and the one furthest ahead into the brave new world of journalism. The Silverton Standard & The Miner now is owned by the nonprofit San Juan County Historical ...


McInnis’ voice mail posted at site run by supporters of possible rival

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A voice-mail message left by Scott McInnis to someone he hoped would support his bid for governor was posted on a Web site operated by two Front Range residents who are supporting McInnis’ likely intraparty rival, Josh Penry. McInnis ...


Crawford man killed in possible DUI crash

By Paul Shockley

Alcohol is a suspected factor and charges are pending after an accident Friday that killed one man and injured another near Crawford, according to the Colorado State Patrol. William Studebaker, 61, of Crawford was pronounced dead after ...


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Energy firm lays off more employees

By Carrie Marfitano

Halliburton laid off more workers in the Grand Valley on Friday, marking the third time the energy-services company has laid off local employees in the past two months. Local Halliburton officials declined to comment Friday. One man, a ...


Energy firm lays off more employees

By Carrie Marfitano

Halliburton laid off more workers in the Grand Valley on Friday, marking the third time the energy-services company has laid off local employees in the past two months. Local Halliburton officials declined to comment Friday. One man, a ...


Mesa County receives shipment of antiviral medicine

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Mesa County received its share of a national stockpile of antiviral medicine Friday, but officials emphasized it will be available only if a swine flu emergency erupts. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment distributed ...


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Grand Junction High senior says time given to kids a labor of love

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Randy Brown was surrounded by Tope Elementary School first-graders holding their index fingers high in the air. Brown, a Grand Junction High School senior, showed the youngsters how to twirl their bodies around a “Spin Jammer,” a ...


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Graduation requirement irks parent of teen volunteer

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Grand Junction High School students, unlike any of their counterparts in School District 51, are required to contribute 30 hours of community service to get their diplomas. That, said Mike Miller, amounts to involuntary servitude. District ...


Energy impact aid to county $3.6 million

By Dennis Webb

Millions of dollars will go to projects in Mesa and Garfield counties as part of the latest round of state energy-impact grants. Forty-seven construction, infrastructure and other community projects   around the state will share in $23.2 ...


State grant will help city expand recycling service

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The city of Grand Junction received a state grant that will nearly triple the capacity of its recycling program. The Colorado Pollution Prevention Advisory Board awarded the $325,731 grant to Curbside Recycling Indefinitely. The grant will be ...


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