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Argument: No scheme at GJ airport

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Even if the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority had not erred in its initial grant application to the Federal Aviation Administration in 2011 for a $5 million fence around most of its facility, the federal agency would ...


Common ground needed for community to thrive

By Erin McIntyre

Outdoor recreation industry, economic development, marketing and conservation leaders talked with about 100 concerned citizens at a forum on Wednesday night, highlighting interest in developing the Grand Valley’s recreation industry and ...


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Big plans for First Street

By Amy Hamilton

Say “hasta la vista” to the potholes, baby. One of Grand Junction’s most weathered high-use corridors is set to receive some much-needed love, starting Tuesday. Grand Junction City Council unanimously gave the go-ahead ...


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No bond for suspect in slaying

By Gabrielle Porter

A 36-year-old man charged in the October murder of a Palisade man has been brought to Mesa County and ordered held without bond. Matthew James Mitchell, of Denver, was arrested in January in Aurora on a warrant in connection with the Oct. 16 ...


‘Half-Latino’ comment sparks dust-up on floor of House

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — It shouldn’t matter what Rep. Dave Williams’ ethnic background is, even at a time when the Colorado House is celebrating having its first Latina speaker. And that ancestry shouldn’t be used in an attempt to ...


Group: Pipelines, communication can reduce drilling traffic

By Dennis Webb

Pipelines to reduce oil and gas truck traffic, and improving communications to deal with traffic that can’t be avoided, are among the means identified by a working group for addressing this issue related to energy development in ...


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Bill would allow FML districts to invest capital

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Counties that have created their own special districts to dole out federal mineral lease money would be able to invest some of it as a way of maximizing their resources under a bill that won unanimous approval in a House ...


Couple finds bloodied man in their house

By Erin McIntyre

Kevin and Iris Foltz were having a pleasant Valentine’s Day. They were both on vacation from their jobs at Walmart, had stopped at Texas Roadhouse for dinner and picked up Starbucks on the way home, and were ready to settle in for the ...


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Indoor physical education facility tops wish list at Dual Immersion Academy

By Katie Langford

Whether it’s raining or sunny, freezing cold or sweltering hot, the students at Dual Immersion Academy need time every day to be active. The rigorous bilingual program requires a lot of attention for elementary school students, and ...


Palisade opens doors to 3 pot stores

By Amy Hamilton

Palisade trustees made a laundry list of decisions about the future of marijuana in their town at their Tuesday night board meeting. For starters, trustees decided Palisade will allow up to three retail recreational marijuana shops. The ...


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