Western Colorado

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Spreading homeless camps mean bigger job of cleanup

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When a Mesa County Jail inmate work crew piles out of a van along the banks of the Colorado River this morning, toting ample amounts of trash bags, they will be participating in an annual eviction of the homeless from camps that sprout along ...

Police search for mentally disabled man

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police are looking for a man who walked away from a local adult assisted-living home. Jimmie Moore, 59, was last seen walking away from the Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison Ave., around 2 p.m. Tuesday. Police said Moore ...

Funds allow airport work to continue

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has allocated another $13.5 million toward the runway upgrade project at the Garfield County Regional Airport. County manager Ed Green said the allocation is the second federal installment toward its commitment to pay ...

Residents identify victim of gunfire

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police on Monday remained tight-lipped about their investigation of the early Sunday morning shooting that left one man hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds. Authorities have not released the victim’s name, but ...


Conservation groups denied oral arguments in Roan lawsuit

By Dennis Webb

A judge has denied a request from conservation groups to hear oral arguments in their lawsuit challenging natural gas development on the Roan Plateau. James Angell, one of the groups’ attorneys, said he expects U.S. District Judge ...

Palisade civic center meeting tonight

By Amy Hamilton

A meeting about the design of Palisade’s Civic Center will be from 6:30 to 8:30 tonight at the Palisade Community Center, 120 West Eighth St. The town has architects working on designs to renovate the old high school gymnasium and has ...

Burn season declared over

By Staff

The Mesa County Health Department has ended the burning season for areas of the Grand Valley below 6,000 feet. In areas outside the valley, burning is allowed with a Health Department permit. Agricultural burning is along during the summer ...

City utility users will see credits coming in bills

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Saddled for months with doom and gloom when they opened their 401(k) statements and property tax valuations, Grand Junction residents will receive a bit of good news when they check out their utility bills next month. The city will offer ...

Commission action spurs forestry company’s move back to county

By Staff

The Mesa County Commission made the county more accommodating to forestry-management companies Monday and made it easier for new landowners to subdivide. Commissioners approved both amendments to the county code unanimously. One of the ...

District 51 will offer free meals this summer at two more sites

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School District 51 this summer is expanding a program that offers free breakfast and lunch to all children in the community four days a week. District officials will bump up the number of schools at which meals are served from five to seven. ...

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