Western Colorado

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Controversial plan to drill near Moab postponed

By Staff

A controversial Bureau of Land Management plan to offer oil and gas leases on a parcel in the shadows of Arches National Park near Moab, Utah, has been scrapped for the time being, the agency announced Tuesday. The Spanish Valley parcel, ...


Husband sues in death of wife in I-70 accident

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The husband of a woman who was killed as she was trying to provide help after an accident on Interstate 70 last winter is seeking damages against the driver in the original accident and the driver who struck his wife. Michael Soffel’s ...


Lawyers helping some workers caught in pipeline legal fight

By Dennis Webb

Two Glenwood Springs attorneys have taken up the causes of more than 20 of the roughly 150 workers who have yet to be fully paid for work on a pipeline project between Rulison and Parachute. Working separately, Ted Hess is representing 13 ...


BILLBOARD 11-19

Billboards show view of energy industry

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Four organizations have purchased billboards in the Grand Valley and elsewhere in Colorado that raise questions about the drilling industry. An industry group, however, called the campaign “a complete mischaracterization.” One ...


FOOD BANK 2 11-18

Volunteers call for help as food bank demand rises

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Volunteers hauling pallets of canned goods, piling dollies high with macaroni-and-cheese boxes and stacking peanut butter jars high as the arm can reach are seeing more demand than ever for the fruits of their labor. And as demand increases, ...


Cinema board was ‘exhausted,’ managers say

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The Grand Junction City Council’s extension of financial and marketing assistance to Cinema at the Avalon in August was seen as a life preserver for the struggling nonprofit organization. Days before the council’s intervention, ...


Committee vows to keep Avalon open

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A committee tasked with recommending how the Avalon Theatre should be used in the future vowed Tuesday to not let the venue go dark, even as questions hang over the theater in the days following the disbanding of its primary occupant. Members ...


State rules cloud division of clean energy funds

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — In recently granting about $1.6 million toward clean energy initiatives in Garfield County, the state cited the application’s collaborative nature. But getting the applicants to agree on how to implement the ...


Boardings at GJ airport soar past total for 2007

By Staff

More regular direct flights out of Grand Junction Regional Airport have led to passenger numbers for the year reaching a record level, it was announced Monday. Through October, year-to-date enplanements at the airport were more than 175,000 ...


GarCo eyes share of energy funds

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County will seek as much as $1.8 million in state energy impact funds to help pay for sheriff, human service and medical facilities that could end up costing more than $8 million to build. But county ...


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