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Pump prices plummet in day-long duel

By Staff

A long day of gas price feuding between two neighboring Grand Junction gas stations continued late into the evening Tuesday. The Valero Corner Store, 2520 Broadway, and Western Convenience, 2525 Broadway, spent the day playing a game of ...


Mail-in voters have already broken county record

By Staff

More Mesa County residents have voted by mail this year than in any other election to date, according to statistics maintained by the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. As of Monday evening, 20,110 voters had cast their ballots by ...


MAYORS DECRY FLOW OF CASH FROM OIL, GAS

By Dennis Webb

Four Garfield County mayors spoke out Tuesday against what they consider to be a gusher of outside money — some of it related to the energy industry — influencing races for county commissioner. However, incumbent Commissioner John ...


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Once reserved for fun, diversions become teaching tools

By Staff

Playing video games or listening to headphones in class might have earned a student a trip to the principal’s office in years past. Now, things once thought of as toys or distractions are considered educational tools. Nintendo ...


Gun involved, not fired, in altercation

By Staff

Grand Junction police arrested two people and questioned three others after reports of a possible shooting Monday night at a C&F Food Store. Police pursued a 2004 white Ford full-size van that dispatch reports said was registered to ...


Clerk’s office: Ignore calls telling recipients not to vote

By Staff

A series of anonymous phone calls have some residents wondering if their vote will count. According to the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, several people have reported receiving phone calls from an unidentified party telling ...


New oil and gas rules to take effect April 1

By Dennis Webb

Regulators plan to implement new rules governing Colorado’s oil and gas industry on April 1 — a date governed in part by a hiring freeze in state government. Dave Neslin, acting director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


Companies tread lightly on public displays of support

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In terms of finances, City Market has proven to be one of the biggest proponents of Grand Junction’s proposed public safety initiative, donating $5,000 to the campaign pushing for a sales-tax increase and a relaxation of the ...


Disposal facility misses mandate, stays shut

By Staff

Despite several pleas for economic relief, Black Mountain Disposal Inc. will remain closed until at least next year. On Sept. 16, Black Mountain — a facility that disposes of drilling fluid from the oil and gas industry in ...


Flurry of filings made in ex-chief’s shooting case

By Amy Hamilton

A defense attorney for a former Grand Junction police officer accused of acting recklessly when he shot a coworker while inspecting a rifle at a local gun shop wants to prove prosecutors are being vindictive by pressing charges against his ...


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