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BLM land-use decisions
 detailed on public website

By Staff

Hikers, bikers and OHV drivers can learn on the web how and why the Bureau of Land Management handled their favorite routes in the Grand Junction Field Office’s management plan proposal. BLM officials studied 30,000 segments of roads ...


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Debate coach rewarded by budding minds

By Emily Shockley

“Little plastic trophies” have never been the key measure of success for Grand Junction High School speech and debate coach Tony Myers. Instead, Myers said he’s most proud of his students when they learn something, become a ...


For The Record, April 11, 2015

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Zachary and Christina Davis, Grand Junction, a daughter, 
March 16. Norman Walsh and Michelle Schafer, Grand Junction, a son, March 19. Abel T. and Sheena M. Sanchez, Fruita, a son, March 25. Karli ...


CMU Tomlinson Library gets half-million dollars

By Staff

The John U. Tomlinson Library at Colorado Mesa University received the bulk of funding from the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District’s spring round of funding. The district awarded $504,560 to pay for technology improvements in ...


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Honor for the ultimate sacrifice

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County Road and Bridge leaders gathered Friday afternoon to dedicate the Collbran Road and Bridge maintenance building at 15620 57 1/2 Road to three men who lost their lives working for the road and bridge department. The first, Owen ...


Groups find fault with BLM strategy

By Dennis Webb

A conservation group Friday said a newly released proposal for managing local Bureau of Land Management lands compares unfavorably to recent action taken by the agency’s field office in Meeker when it comes to things such as protection ...


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Public land-use 
plan intends to
 ‘strike a balance’

By Gary Harmon

About 3,777 miles of routes now open to motorized vehicles on western Colorado land administered by the Bureau of Land Management would be reduced to as few as 2,375 under a proposal by the agency. The Grand Junction office of the bureau ...


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2 pickups in airport fraud case 
returned

By Gary Harmon

Two pickups seized in connection with the federal fraud investigation at Grand Junction Regional Airport are to be returned to their owners under agreements reached with prosecutors. “The trucks are being returned while the court ...


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‘Horrible things are happening’ to this day, survivor of Nazis says

By Emily Shockley

Torn from her home in Hungary and witnessing the daily atrocities of life and death in Auschwitz, Kitty Williams never gave up hope. “You cannot live without hope,” Williams said Thursday before speaking at Colorado Mesa ...


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Clifton mom pleads guilty to gun charge

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton woman with a Mesa County law enforcement background received no jail time after pleading guilty Thursday to a charge linked to the accidental shooting death of her son’s best friend. Brandie Sarti, 40, was sentenced by ...


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