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BLM office 
in Junction 
to see change

By Dennis Webb

Grand Junction will no longer be home to a district Bureau of Land Management office after the agency’s Grand Junction Field Office gets transferred from the northwest Colorado district to the southwest district under a ...


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Event hopes to build hard cider industry

By Charles Ashby

Cider house rules. Or in this case, Palisade Cider Bash rules. At least, that’s what the organizers of the second annual event of that name hope will be the case in years to come. Sherrie Hamilton, part-owner of Red Fox Cellars, and ...


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Marching bands put on a show

By Charles Ashby

Forget the old image of marching bands walking in straight lines banging drums and delicately balancing a tuba on someone’s shoulders. Today’s bands are far more sophisticated. These days, marching bands are more about ...


Artists to paint the underpasses along riverfront

By Amy Hamilton

Some see a concrete structure, while others see a blank canvas, ripe for creativity. Thanks to a program — aRT, or Art on the Riverfront Trail by the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture — bright colors and unique ...


Nucla Station already seeing seasonal shutdowns

By Dennis Webb

Market conditions have been having a definite bearing on the Nucla Station. It’s scheduled for another seasonal shutdown in a matter of days and is expected to operate just 120 days this year, said plant manager Greg Keller. The shutdown ...


WHAT PEOPLE 
ARE SAYING ...

By Dennis Webb

Reaction in the wake of recently announced agreements to eventually close the Nucla Station power plant and New Horizon Mine supplying it, and Unit 1 of the Craig Station power plant: Katrina Carver, owner, 
Redd’s Mercantile, ...


Traffic Alert, Sept. 25, 2016

By Staff

WASHINGTON — Black history officially has a new, prominent place in America’s story. With hugs, tears and the ringing of church bells, the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture opened its doors ...


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Challenger: Park status is cash cow

By Gary Harmon

One avenue out of Mesa County’s financial difficulties is changing Colorado National Monument to a national park, a challenger for the County Commission said. “I think we’re leaving $10 million on the table by not ...


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Woman, 28, charged in assault on officer

By Duffy Hayes

A woman with a history of domestic violence and alcohol-related cases is accused of striking a sheriff’s deputy who was trying to arrest her on Thursday. While investigating a possible domestic violence assault in the 300 block of Dry ...


Interstate weed bust: 2 Calif. men given bond


By Duffy Hayes

Two California men were advised Friday on possible charges of pot possession with intent to distribute, after a rental car they were riding in along Interstate 70 on Thursday allegedly contained more than seven pounds of marijuana. Jerome ...


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