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Study: State’s child poverty rate rising

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Colorado tied New Hampshire for the biggest increase in child poverty in the nation between 2000 and 2008, according to a new study from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Fifteen percent of Colorado children lived in a home with a family income ...

Roads, trails closed due to heavy rains

By Melinda Mawdsley

The U.S. Forest Service closed some roads and trails Wednesday in the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests because of area flooding from heavy thunderstorms this week. The Goodnough Road (Forest Service Road 618) is closed. ...

Tuesday last immunization clinic before school resumes

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The Mesa County Health Department will offer Tdap booster shots from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Lincoln Park. This is the only immunization clinic left before the school year starts. Appointments are required for the clinic, which can be ...

Caves closed because of fungus

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has declared thousands of caves and abandoned mines in Colorado and nearby states off-limits to the public for a year in an effort to slow the spread of a fungus that is deadly to bats. The closure began Tuesday. It ...

Teen chased, arrested in Clifton robbery

By Paul Shockley

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday night in connection with a robbery and beating of an employee at a Clifton business. Chad Michael Marez was chased by Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies after he fled out the back door at ...

Tom Tancredo

Tancredo wearing ‘maniacal egotist’ label with a smile

By Charles Ashby

Tom Tancredo may be a “maniacal egotist,” but there’s a method to his madness, he said Tuesday. By entering the race as a third-party candidate, the former Republican congressman turned American Constitution Party ...

‘Murder,’ man’s kin say during his funeral

By Paul Shockley

Several of the mourners who spoke during Tuesday’s memorial service for Jason Kemp referred to the Grand Junction man’s death as murder. Kemp, 31, was shot and killed July 20 in what multiple witnesses described as a confrontation ...


Mortgage rates at lowest levels since Eisenhower years

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Mortgage interest rates below 5 percent might be the sign of a moribund economy to some. Two Grand Junction families, however, are taking advantage of rates that last were this low during the Eisenhower administration. For one family, the ...

June sales tax collections up from June 2009

By Amy Hamilton

Finally, an inkling of hope that Grand Junction consumers may be feeling more comfortable about dipping into their wallets. For the first month this year, sales tax collections in June in Grand Junction were slightly higher than the previous ...

Club 20 tries to reverse Vermillion drilling ban

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The decision by the Bureau of Land Management to cordon off the Vermillion Basin in northwest Colorado against drilling runs contrary to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s history in Colorado, Club 20 says. The Western Slope lobbying and ...

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