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‘Sarge’ Brown, former Vail mountain manager, dies

By Staff

Bill “Sarge” Brown, a former mountain manager of Vail Mountain, died Sunday. He was 85 years old. Brown died Sunday at his home in Grand Junction. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. After ...


Details in teen’s death to be released Wednesday

By Amy Hamilton

More details in the slaying of a local middle school boy, allegedly at the hands of his father, won’t be released until Wednesday as authorities are still investigating the case, according to Mesa County District Attorney Pete ...


What you should do to protect yourself

By Staff

The market may be in for more shock as a result of Monday’s announcements on Wall Street, according to local financial adviser J.D. Miller, but the effect on people who have assets with the foundering financial companies likely will be ...


Event causes buildup of traffic on F Road, at least 1 minor crash

By Staff

The sound of shattering glass momentarily drowned out the car horns honking and supporter versus protester arguments Monday as people crowded F Road after Barack Obama’s appearance in Grand Junction. A Honda Accord rear-ended a truck in ...


Consultant: City needs 3 more fire stations

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A consultant has recommended that Grand Junction build three new fire stations in the north and southeast to keep up with growth and relieve pressure on existing fire stations, a couple of which are busier than those in some of the largest ...


Abandon pipeline, rebuild road, firm ordered

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A pipeline being built by Noble Energy must be abandoned and a damaged roadway rebuilt under a decision made by Garfield County commissioners Monday. The decision comes after Noble acknowledged what it said was poor ...


Residents of Loma, Mack will vote on expanding fire district

By Staff

On Dec. 9 residents of unincorporated northwest Mesa county, primarily in the area of Loma and Mack, will vote on whether to increase the size of the Lower Valley Fire Protection District by one-third. The inclusion election will be in ...


GarCo commission endorses drafting oil-shale regs

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A divided Garfield County commission on Monday came out in favor of the federal government proceeding with issuing regulations governing leasing of public lands for oil shale development. In doing so, commissioners ...


OBAMA BRAHMSTEADT 091508

Historic moment for 6,000 excited Obama supporters

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Even before the sun rose, supporters of Barack Obama were on the road toward the presidential candidate’s campaign appearance, the first by a Democrat in western Colorado in decades. About 6,000 people filed into Cross Orchards Living ...


Teacher’s voter registration idea nixed

By Staff

An R-5 High School teacher who attempted to encourage his students to register to vote ran afoul of election laws, prompting School District 51 administrators to step in. Al Kreinberg had planned to provide his students who were going to be ...


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