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Junction rainfall four times greater than July of last year

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The early arrival of the monsoon in western Colorado soaked Grand Junction with the fourth-wettest July on record, and forecasters say the moist summer weather pattern should continue this month. The city received a total of 1.71 inches of ...

County sells 12 parcels of land to building materials contractor

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Mesa County commissioners approved a contract Monday to sell a chunk of land in south downtown Grand Junction to Whitewater Building Materials Corp., a precursor to moving Public Works Department offices and equipment to a new location near ...

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Local Red Cross to cut 4 positions

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The American Red Cross’ Western Colorado office will eliminate four positions as part of a nationwide effort to slim the disaster relief agency’s costs. Eric Myers, who officially became executive director of the Western Colorado ...

Powderhorn Ski Resort auction set for Thursday

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Two months after it was announced, the auction of Powderhorn Ski Resort is nearly here. The auction will take place at 1 p.m. Thursday at the resort’s Day Lodge, 48338 Powderhorn Road. Registration for bidders will begin at 11:30 a.m. ...

Crimes raise police priority for gang intel

By Paul Shockley

Vacant for the past year, a full-time position at the Grand Junction Police Department dedicated to monitoring gang activity will soon be filled, department leaders said last week. Deputy Chief John Zen said the agency’s gang ...

Fruitvale death probed as suspicious

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Authorities say the death of a man whose body was found Monday morning inside a Fruitvale apartment is suspicious but were otherwise being tight-lipped about their investigation. An individual called 911 at 6:20 a.m. after finding the body ...

More students can take plunge into college waters

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School-district-funded college courses, once available only to Colorado’s 11th- and 12th-graders, will be open to ninth-graders through 21-year-olds beginning this fall. Two bills that passed in 2009 in the state Legislature changed ...

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Retired Multz continues writing about law

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Attorneys across Colorado owe Grand Junction lawyer Carroll Multz a debt of gratitude when they glean an insight from the pages of The Colorado Lawyer or from a continuing-education class. Multz, whose contributions to the practice of law ...

Company accused of abandoning Rio Blanco well sites

By Dennis Webb

An energy company is accused of having walked away from operations in Rio Blanco County, leaving behind eight wells needing attention and pads that must be cleaned up and reclaimed. Violations being alleged against West Hawk Energy (USA) LLC ...

Protest filed against Palisade over petition for medical-pot ban vote

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The town of Palisade will hold a hearing Tuesday to take testimony on a protest challenging a petition that would ask voters whether to ban medical marijuana centers in the town. Colorado Alternative Health Care owners Desa and Jesse Loughman ...

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