Western Colorado

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FRENCH, U.S. FIRMS TO TEAM UP ON SHALE

By Dennis Webb

The French energy giant Total is staking a claim in a U.S. oil shale project, gaining an interest in a federal lease in northwest Colorado. The company issued a news release Wednesday saying it will acquire a 50 percent stake in IDT ...


BLM PLANS MORE OIL SHALE LEASING

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies will get another crack at winning oil shale research and development leases on federal land, after an announcement by the Bureau of Land Management in the waning days of the Bush administration. The BLM said Wednesday it will ...


College drawing smaller percentage from inside county

By Staff

Mesa State College’s freshman classes are steadily growing, but Mesa County students are making up a smaller percentage of first-time undergraduate enrollment. Mesa State College is the designated regional education provider for 14 ...


Clifton fugitive caught in Mexico

By Staff

A Clifton man and career criminal who faced life in prison when he escaped from the Mesa County detention facility in September was picked up Saturday in Mexico by Mexican authorities. Shane Edward Johnson, 40, was arrested in Baja California ...


Mobile Junction: January 14, 2009

By Staff

Clifton traffic signalmaking a difference • Once or twice a week, the screeching sound of brake pads locking rotors, metal hitting metal and glass splattering off the asphalt like rain would alert James Smalley to another ...


SPEECH 1-24

Hundreds debate at Central High

By Staff

Nearly 300 high school students from around the region are squaring off in everything from humor to heady political debates this weekend at Central High School for the largest speech and debate competition on the Western Slope. The Warrior ...


Former District 51 board member sworn in to state board of education

By Staff

Former School District 51 board member Marcia Neal was sworn in Tuesday to the state board of education and went right back to work. Neal beat out Jill Brake of Pueblo in November to represent the 3rd Congressional District after incumbent ...


State panel agrees to fine firm $138,000

By Dennis Webb

After being assured the amount was more than “a slap on the wrist,” a state commission on Tuesday agreed to fine a Texas energy company $138,000 for surface violations near the Project Rulison underground nuclear blast site. The ...


Out-of-state power company considers routing line through northwest Colorado

By Dennis Webb

An out-of-state power company is considering routing a high-voltage transmission line through northwest Colorado, prompting a Garfield County commissioner to question what local residents would have to gain from the project. The answer, says ...


CITY MARKET 1-15

Panel backs rezone for new City Market

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City Market inched closer Tuesday night to building a supermarket at 12th Street and Patterson Road, as the Grand Junction Planning Commission recommended rezoning the grocer’s land at that location. Planning commissioners unanimously ...


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