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Official urges collaboration on matters of public health

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State health officials are taking aim at “Colorado’s winnable battles,” the director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said. Christopher Urbina, a Pueblo native and family physician by trade, said ...

Foreclosures fall, as do home prices

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Foreclosures are down, but home-sales prices remain flat, depressed by institutional distress sales, a new report says. Fewer housing starts also reflect the continuing economic doldrums, according to the Mesa County Real Estate Report by ...

Colorado pair find world of fun in Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

Front Range residents Joan Broste and her daughter Juliana have traveled the nation and world, but previously hadn’t given much thought to a tourist destination that’s all but in their backyard. That changed after they were ...

Air service to L.A. to go on hiatus

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Allegiant Airlines will suspend service between Grand Junction and Los Angeles for a few weeks this year beginning next month. The discount airline, which offers flights to Los Angeles and Las Vegas through Grand Junction Regional Airport, ...

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4-H family pitches in

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The entire Teal family works together to do their part to bolster the success of the 10 combined events entered by Kyle and Ashley Teal.  ...

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Jury: Lochmiller guilty on 31 counts

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Philip Rand Lochmiller remained free Thursday after a federal jury found him guilty on 31 counts related to his conduct of business at Valley Investments in Grand Junction, exposing him to a prison sentence of more than 300 years. Many of ...


Tipton says, ‘Let’s have a budget, not a promise’

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Talk of negotiations among the so-called Gang of Six in the U.S. Senate misses the point, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said Thursday. “We have a Gang of 234” that includes Democrats and Republicans that passed a long-term ...

Lawsuit: Antero wells causing health problems

By Dennis Webb

A New York City law firm that negotiated a lawsuit settlement for more than $800 million for Ground Zero responders has proceeded with a class-action lawsuit against Antero Resources over alleged natural-gas-development impacts in the ...

Library to buy Palisade’s Blue Pig Gallery

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A month after nixing plans to move the Palisade branch library into a former coffee shop because of cost concerns, the Mesa County Public Library District found a new, larger home downtown that administrators think will serve the branch ...


Pepper-ball pellets shot at fugitive by Dog pack

By Paul Shockley

Fugitive Andrew Distel appeared to have been shot as many as 10 to 12 times with pepper-ball pellets during an encounter with television bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey said Thursday. Hilkey said ...

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