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Monument designation for Vermillion Basin not in works, Udall says

By Gary Harmon

The Vermillion Basin of northwest Colorado, which has been set aside from drilling for natural gas hidden beneath, is absent from any plans by the Obama administration for national designation, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said. Interior ...


Drilling rigs vs. wildlife?

By Dennis Webb

The recent start of drilling in the Garfield Creek State Wildlife Area by a rig readily visible from Interstate 70 is renewing concern about oil and gas development there, while serving as a reminder that the state doesn’t own the ...

City pushes expansion of broadband, wireless

By Greg Ruland

The Grand Junction City Council directed city staff Monday to work on a communications master plan that will guide future expansion of broadband and wireless infrastructure. Grand Junction lags cities of comparable size, such as Ogden, Utah, ...


Attorney general candidate says education key to helping Hispanics

By Charles Ashby

The Democratic candidate for attorney general made an effort to connect with Hispanic voters in Grand Junction on Monday, saying the entire community regardless of ethnicity should reach out to address their needs. Don Quick, who’s ...

California-grown fruits recalled at City Market

By Staff

Whole white and yellow peaches, white and yellow nectarines, plums and pluots sold at City Market and other King Soopers stores have been voluntarily recalled by their California-based producer, the Mesa County Health Department announced ...

Mesa County’s threat policy cuts out perceived gun ban

By Emily Shockley

A day-old amendment to Mesa County policy clarifies that it’s OK for citizens and employees to openly carry legal weapons on county property or to bring concealed guns if the person has a permit, but anyone acting in a hostile or ...


GOP taps sergeant for sheriff

By Gary Harmon

The sergeant in charge of complex crimes for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office was chosen as the Republican nominee for sheriff on Monday, soon after telling party stalwarts he’d join the sheriffs who sued Gov. John Hickenlooper in ...


Weapon threat alleged in crash

By Mike Wiggins

A convicted felon accused of running a red light in Grand Junction over the weekend and slamming into another vehicle, injuring the elderly driver of that vehicle, pointed a loaded handgun at a witness who was checking to see whether the ...


New amenities designed to enhance university experience for CMU students

By Emily Shockley

More new amenities are coming to Colorado Mesa University, including an outdoor events venue, a Starbucks in the University Center, and the first on-campus restaurant authorized to serve alcohol. The Point, a pub and restaurant opened last ...

Sage grouse comment sought

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is beginning a public comment period as it updates its local resource management plans in an effort to better protect the Gunnison sage-grouse. The agency also has scheduled four public meetings on the ...

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