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Officials worried about wildlife

By Staff

The most recent dose of snow and frigid temperatures has created some of the harshest conditions in the state during the past 35 years, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife managers in the state’s Northwest Region. Temperatures ...

Outside briefs, Feb. 6, 2016

By Staff

River conference this week focuses on riparian restoration The Tamarisk Coalition, along with the Hutchins Water Center at Colorado Mesa University, will host the 13th annual Healthy Rivers Conference this week. “The Road to Riparian ...



By Dale Shrull

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Hanging Lake is all about the destination. Even when it’s 9 degrees and the threat of snow is on the horizon, this special destination awaits. Hanging Lake in the winter is a far different scene compared with ...


Understanding underground gas storage

By Dennis Webb

Natural gas is commonly stored under pressure underground, according to the federal Energy Information Administration website. It is held in depleted geological reservoirs in oil and/or natural gas fields, and also in water aquifers and salt ...

Aliso Canyon, California — and other leaks

By Staff

The EIA says Southern California Gas Co. detected a major leak in October at the Aliso Canyon underground facility at Porter Ranch near Los Angeles. It is the second-largest natural gas storage field in the western United States. So far ...


Inmate’s troubled past not reported, sheriff says

By Paul Shockley

Staff at the Mesa County Jail had not been told about history of a prior suicide attempt by hanging, and self-mutilation, involving an inmate still hospitalized after hanging himself while in the jail’s custody, the Mesa County ...


Leak in California turns focus 
on underground gas storage

By Dennis Webb

When gas started spewing in October from a well that’s part of the Aliso Canyon underground natural gas storage field in California, it turned a spotlight on a little-considered part of the nation’s oil and gas industry. That is ...


What’s in a name? A lot. Adoptees given rights to original birth certificates

By Erin McIntyre

When a law allowing adoptees to access their original birth certificates went into effect in Colorado on Jan. 1, thousands of people gained the right to see the first document ever recorded about them, just like everyone else born in the ...


One Book, great food

By Dixie Burmeister

Just before Christmas, I got a call from Janine Rider, one of the co-chairs of Mesa County Libraries’ One Book, One Mesa County committee. Janine, knowing my Midwest history, was excited to tell me about the committee’s book ...

Book notes, Feb. 7, 2016

By Ann Wright

Book party set for local author A book launch party for “Queen of Always” and “Playing with Fire” by Sherry Ficklin is set be from 2–4 p.m. Saturday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2451 Patterson Road. This ...

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