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Forest proposal conflicts with coal mines

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Proposed changes to national forest-planning rules could gut the nation’s long-standing requirement that forests have many uses, Colorado mining and logging interests said. The proposed rule changes also could threaten a roadless rule ...

22 county residents to attend D.C. event

By Staff

Twenty-two Mesa County residents are among 64 Coloradans selected to attend the first Colorado Capital Conference in Washington, D.C., in June. Attendees to the conference, which is sponsored by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., and Mesa State ...

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Ceremony offers respect, thanks to military vets

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More than 300 people, many of them veterans, gathered Monday morning for a Memorial Day ceremony to honor those who have served their country. Army veteran Leroy Wilcox was thankful to see so many people displaying gratitude for veterans. But ...

Aviation program no longer under radar with awards

By Dennis Webb

A little-known Rangely aviation school is flying high after receiving several top awards at a national competition. Colorado Northwestern Community College was named the top two-year school for aviation training based on results of its Aero ...

Gessler plans to change disclosure rules

By Charles Ashby

A bill approved during this year’s legislative session changing next year’s primary elections from August to June has caused some campaign finance disclosure laws to be in conflict, the Secretary of State’s Office says. As a ...

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Fruita grad visits Alabama, stays to help after tornado

By Amy Hamilton

Sara Gould took a trip last month to the South to locate family members, but soon found herself in the midst of killer tornado country. Not long after checking into a hotel near Birmingham, Ala., Gould watched as tornadoes ripped through the ...

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Memorial Day for everyone, Churchill says

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Memorial Day shouldn’t be a day to commemorate American soldiers alone, former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill said Monday evening at Sherwood Park. The last Monday in May is reserved for honoring American veterans, but ...

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Motorcyclist critically hurt in collision

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A 19-year-old Grand Junction man was critically injured Sunday afternoon after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a passenger car at 12th Street and Ute Avenue, Grand Junction police said. The accident happened around 4:50 p.m. when a ...

Teen still in hospital after Clifton rollover

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One man remained hospitalized Sunday after a two-car rollover accident that injured three people east of Clifton on Saturday night. Jeff Duff, 19, of Grand Junction, was in fair condition at St. Mary’s Hospital, according to a nursing ...

Sentence proper in tot’s death, court says

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals has rejected arguments by a Grand Junction man serving a prison sentence in connection with the death of a toddler girl. Through his attorneys, Charles McEachern, 36, had claimed his 32-year prison sentence ...

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