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EPA trying to reverse
 Obama-era water law; 
agency to rewrite rules

By Gary Harmon

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is moving to recodify its Waters of the United States rule as it was before 2015 — delighting Republicans and provoking environmental organizations. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt signed the ...


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Lofts project 
can go ahead,
 board decides

By Charles Ashby

There was some sympathy Tuesday evening from the Grand Junction Planning Commission over a proposed downtown apartment complex — and a lot of shouts from angry neighbors who weren’t allowed to speak — but in the end, the ...


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Grow these — a great green thumb isn’t 
required — to punch up your favorite foods

By Suzanne Hanzl

I have been accused of having numerous talents. Sadly, gardening is not one of them. Oh, yes, I have planted many gardens in my life, having ample opportunity, time and space, but then my dedication wore off, weeds conquered and my interest ...


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Lions Club Person of the Year helped keep Toys for Tots drive alive

By Charles Ashby

The man who helped save Christmas a few years ago was named person of the year for the Grand Junction Lions Club on Tuesday. Karl Clemons, who as president of that group helped save the Toys for Tots program, was honored by his colleagues for ...


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Dancing With The Cars, Season 1

By Erin McIntyre

He moves so smoothly, boots sliding across the ragged asphalt, through the heat waves rising from the road like steam from a baked potato. His orange day-glo construction vest shimmers in the haze, he gyrates his hips and gives spectators a ...


Mesa County gets 2 percent boost from tax program

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County is to receive a 2 percent-plus boost in pay from the U.S. Department of the Interior under the payments in lieu of taxes program. The county is to receive $3,461,667, up from the $3,382,219 it received last year, for lands on ...


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DA adds conspiracy charge to suspect’s case

By Gabrielle Porter

Mesa County prosecutors have added conspiracy to commit a crime to charges faced by a Florida man accused in a triple shooting last year in Molina. Charles Harvey Faison, 45, was arrested in early October on suspicion of attempted ...


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More arrests in connection with Disciples

By Gabrielle Porter

Two more men suspected of involvement with a gang-related burglary and arson appeared in Mesa County Court Tuesday afternoon after being arrested. Jeremy Allen Martinez, 31, appeared Tuesday afternoon in connection with arson and ...


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Authorities search for missing toddler

By Gabrielle Porter

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing toddler they believe is with her mother, who is suspected of violating a court order involving the child, a press release said. Skyla Trueber, 3, was last seen April 30, the ...


Colorado gun store burglaries rise, thieves’ tactics evolve

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — Authorities are investigating a Colorado gun store burglary in which the suspects used tow wires to bust open the front door and gate. The Denver Post reports gun store burglaries are becoming more prevalent in Colorado, ...


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