Western Colorado

Page 1773 of 1928


Homeowners,  businesses to shoulder bill, assessor says

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Homeowners and businesses will bear the tax bill approved Monday by the Colorado Supreme Court. “If your property value goes up 10 percent this time around, you’re going to pay 10 percent more to the schools,” Mesa County ...


One dead; 600 gallons of chemical dumped on GarCo road

By Amy Hamilton

The driver of a semitrailer hauling coal is dead and the driver of a pickup hauling hydrochloric acid on a trailer required decontamination by hazardous materials crews before being taken to St. Mary’s Hospital for non-life-threatening ...


Delta man, 41, dies in wreck on Highway 92

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 41-year-old Delta man died Saturday morning after the car he was driving collided with another vehicle on Colorado Highway 92. Ramiro Quezada, 41, was pronounced dead at the scene after the 1992 red Geo Metro convertible he was driving hit ...


Housing authority misses out on stimulus

By Staff

The Grand Junction Housing Authority won’t share in the millions of dollars the federal government is distributing to upgrade public housing. In 2007, the authority sold the 30 apartments it used for public housing. That left the ...


County against stimulus, but still will take money

By Staff

As dollars from President Obama’s stimulus package begin flowing across the country, debate goes on about whether the spending spree will have the desired effect and return this country to economic prosperity. The Mesa County ...


Man free on bond after child is run over

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 50-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested Saturday night at his Orchard Mesa home for allegedly running over a 1-year-old girl in his driveway. Anthony Lawrence Woods, of 2799 Unaweep Ave., was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault, ...


Pianist winner 3-15-9

After 17 years of lessons, daily practice, winner says he didn’t feel nervous

By Melinda Mawdsley

Between awestruck head nods, four young pianists showed an audience why a Yamaha grand piano has the potential to be more than dusty living room furniture. On Sunday, John Ahern, Norman Anderson, Brandon Lee and Grace Lee performed in the ...


Winter homeless program needs help

By Amy Hamilton

Something unexpected happened this winter when community organizers for the homeless population asked regular folks to help provide the less fortunate with an alternative to sleeping out in the cold. It’s a time during which they run ...


As ski season nears its end, business steady if unspectacular

By Dave Buchanan

It’s that time of year when skiers check snow conditions and resort closing dates with equal interest. Colorado’s been blessed the past week with a foot or more of new snowfall in the mountains and spring-like weather at lower ...


Pink Rig2 Cole 3-6-9

Thinking pink in the oil field

By Staff

You’d have to see it to believe it. A hot pink snubbing rig sits in Loma. It belongs to Rogue Pressure Services, and the company intends to donate to breast cancer research a portion of the money it receives from each job it does with ...


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