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Utah governor says state is ‘open for business’ for oil shale development

By Dennis Webb

GOLDEN — A U.S. Interior Department official Monday defended, and Utah’s governor supported, the federal government’s push to remove regulatory hurdles to commercial oil shale development on public land. Foster Wade, deputy ...


Allegation of lewdness in video clouds Rum Bay license review

By Staff

Patrons and one of the owners of the Rum Bay nightclub were caught on video camera allegedly performing simulated sexual acts with members of a traveling strip and oil wrestling troupe known as “Hollywood Knockouts,” Mesa County ...


Fire’s home destruction total is five

By Staff

A wildfire that started Thursday afternoon destroyed five homes and at least a half-dozen outbuildings on Redlands Mesa near Hotchkiss before it was fully contained Sunday, Delta County emergency manager Rob Fiedler said. Fiedler said only ...


Two record lows in two nights

By Staff

For the second day in a row, Grand Junction hit a record low temperature Monday, the thermometer dropping to 24 degrees at the Grand Junction Regional Airport, according to the National Weather Service. The new record for Oct. 13, set at 3:28 ...


County looks at increased budget in ’09, more revenue

By Staff

The county’s $177 million proposed budget for 2009, a 4.7 percent increase over this year’s budget, maintains the current number of employees but adds dollars to roads and transportation and to economic development. “There ...


City eyes hike in water, trash, other fees

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Whether you’re watering your lawn to keep it green or chipping onto the green at the municipal course, you’ll likely pay more to do both in Grand Junction in 2009. The city is preparing to raise several fees next year, as ...


Suspect refers online to spacecraft appearing today

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The 22-year-old man believed to have shot and killed two people in Grand Junction on Saturday listed his occupation as “Enjoying life” in describing himself online. Stefan Alexander Martin-Urban turned a gun on himself shortly ...


Jogger made eye contact with shooting suspect as man drove by

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Former Mesa State College kicker Richie Hahn was jogging in the area of Chestnut Drive and 26 1/2 Road Saturday morning when he heard gunshots down Chestnut — then he had quick, successive encounters with one of the victims and the ...


Shooter may have followed couple to neighborhood

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Stefan Alexander Martin-Urban might have followed Mike and Flo Gallagher from their neighborhood Saturday morning to the Chestnut Drive home where Flo Gallagher and a family friend were shot and killed. Mike Gallagher told investigators about ...


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Gardener cultivates shapely gourds, turns them into works of art

By Staff

Where does art come from? The heart, the mind, the soul? Experience, education, training? Art can be a combination of all these, but above all, art is an expression of the human experience. For Michelle Gad, expert beader, gourd designer, ...


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