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Aircraft firm picks Montrose

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An international aircraft-manufacturing company that anticipates hiring as many as 200 workers has selected Montrose for its U.S. headquarters and production center, city officials said Wednesday. The city, however, remained mum on the name ...

StarTek gets call for more workers

By Charles Ashby

Three weeks after announcing the layoff of 33 workers at its North Avenue call center, StarTek said Wednesday it is adding up to 100 positions at its other facility in town. Jason Crowell, recruitment manager for the two Grand Junction call ...

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Trooper knocks, fires fatal shot

By Paul Shockley

Two next-door neighbors who said they were witnesses to a fatal confrontation Tuesday night at a Redlands home said a law enforcement officer loudly identified himself, pounded on the home’s front door and yelled for people inside to ...

Bennet leads field in Senate race fundraising

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Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., holds a commanding fundraising lead over all four contenders for the seat to which he was appointed last year, according to the candidates’ releases and reports filed with the Federal Election ...

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Center continues mission: independence

By Melinda Mawdsley

Center for Independence employees will try to live the message they instill in their clients: independence. Although employees at the Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison Ave., still will submit grant applications and accept community ...

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Homeowners cry foul over rule change

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Few people have bought into the Hollow Creek subdivision at the west end of Fruita. But those who did, did so for specific reasons — the stucco exteriors, the high-quality interior finishes, the strict rules that require a certain amount ...

Big names wading into Colorado’s 3rd District race

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The fight for the Republican nomination for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District pits not only newcomer Bob McConnell of Steamboat Springs against legislator Scott Tipton of Cortez, it pits two nationally known conservative icons ...

Girl, 12, dies in camp biking accident

By Paul Shockley

A Delta girl died Monday after falling from a mountain bike while riding down a hill at a summer camp in Hinsdale County. Venus Stratton, 12, was among approximately 12 people who were riding down the winding hill when she crashed near the ...

Well-funded Salazar awaits GOP primary winner in 3rd District

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Republican Scott Tipton enjoys a hefty financial advantage over his GOP opponent in the August primary election, but he is at a severe disadvantage should he survive to run in the general election. Tipton, a Cortez business owner and ...

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Unemployment rate hits 9.5% in Mesa County, same as in U.S.

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Mesa County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose three-tenths of a percentage point from the previous month to 9.5 percent in June, tying it with the national average. Colorado’s unemployment rate, meanwhile, stayed at 8 ...

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