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Preservationists, community colleges jostle for gaming revenue

By Staff

Community colleges seemed to hit the jackpot in an ailing economy when voters passed Amendment 50 in November. The amendment allowed casinos in Blackhawk, Central City and Cripple Creek to introduce games such as roulette, increase betting ...


Museum to show PBS series on Abe Lincoln

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A free screening of the PBS series “Looking for Lincoln,” will be Thursday at the Museum of the West, 462 Ute Ave., kicking off a series of events recognizing the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. The screening ...


Stimulus bill pleases clean-energy boosters

By Dennis Webb

Provisions in President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus bill are stimulating excitement among clean-energy advocates in Colorado. Scott Ely, owner of Sunsense Inc., a solar-energy company in Carbondale, said he’s happy to hear ...


Owners say economic downturn won’t change plans

By Staff

Expand your mind and recharge your soul. Gateway Canyons Resort is banking on that proposition, even as the economy spirals downward.  “I would not compare Gateway Canyons Resort apples to apples to resorts in general ... This ...


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Neighbors want commission to deny clearance for resort to offer air tours

By Staff

The occasional drone of a single-engine airplane coming in for a landing at Gateway Canyons Resort used to signal residents their wealthiest citizen, John Hendricks, was on the move. Beginning next year, the same sound, plus the whir of ...


Land-management agency building new ‘green’ home

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The agency that oversees energy development on federal lands is doing its part to consume fewer of those resources in the construction of a new office building on the Western Slope. The Bureau of Land Management’s new 18,800-square-foot ...


Teens held in Pear Park stabbing

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Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder of a 21-year-old man who was stabbed in Pear Park. Jason Ryan Ingram, 18, 419 1/2 Bear Dance St., and Jesus Ernesto Barrera, 18, were booked Friday into the Mesa County Jail. ...


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911 DISPATCHERS IN NEED OF RESCUE

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Jesi Kissell didn’t pause to try to make sense of the horror unfolding on the other end of the phone. A 911 dispatcher in training for eight months, Kissell had just finished coordinating a series of calls for the Grand Junction Fire ...


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Salazar: Stimulus bill will create area jobs

By Staff

The more than $800 billion stimulus package the U.S. House recently approved and the Senate is expected to take up next week will create jobs in western Colorado, Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., promised local leaders Friday. Salazar said the ...


Tille Bishop, former Mesa County commissioner receives Aspinall Award

By Staff

The Colorado Water Congress honored Grand Junction resident Tillie Bishop, a former Mesa County commissioner and state lawmaker, with one of its highest awards Friday, the Wayne Aspinall Award. “This is the highest award you can get ...


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