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Tipton: Stop foot-dragging on coal study

By Gary Harmon

The Office of Management and Budget’s involvement in an environmental study of the North Fork coal area is creating uncertainty, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said in a letter to the agency head. The environmental study, which was to ...


Death notices, June 24, 2016

By Staff

■ Robert William Craft, 95, Grand Junction, died June 21, 2016, at Community Hospital. Services will take place at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. He was a financial consultant. Survivors include one ...


Modernizing coal leasing on public lands boosts Colorado’s economy

By Guest Columnist

The guidelines governing coal mining on federal lands have been around for decades. In fact, the last time they were overhauled was way back in 1971 – during President Richard Nixon’s administration. Since then, the industry has ...


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Henriques is Living Well: CMU grad’s video shows schools’ role in health

By Ann Wright

Between the apple slices and the spaghetti, there was Bronson Henriques checking out school lunch with his Sony video camera. It was mid-April and Henriques was on a tight schedule. The Colorado Mesa University mass communications major was ...


The beat remains strong for electronic dance music

By David Goe

In a recent interview with Billboard magazine, Diplo, the renowned solo DJ and performer with Major Lazer and Jack U, and producer for acts such as Beyonce and Justin Bieber, had some unkind words for the state of electronic dance music. ...


Local boy wins national Marbles Championship

By The AP

WILDWOOD, N.J.  — An 11-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl have taken the top spots in the 93rd National Marbles Championship, each earning a $2,000 scholarship and a place in the National Marbles Hall of Fame. In the boys’ ...


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Not his
1st brush 
with law

By Gabrielle Porter

A 29-year-old man arrested last month is suspected of shooting a man in a Clifton gas station parking lot less than a month after a separate incident where he was suspected of shooting another man through his windshield on a Grand Junction ...


Coal meeting brings crowd to Grand Junction

By Dennis Webb

A regional meeting on possible reforms to the federal coal program has drawn a crowd to downtown Grand Junction today, including many wearing yellow shirts proclaiming their support for the industry. The Bureau of Land Management is holding a ...


Email letters, June 23, 2016

By Staff

Justman will stand up for our water rights Some new arrivals in this wonderful valley may not know about our long-standing battle with the Front Range (and others) over our water rights. Jokes abound – “Whiskey’s for ...


Aspen party a chance to promote the valley

By Robin Brown

If you haven’t had a chance to drink wine out of a can, I highly recommend it. It’s especially useful here in Colorado where bringing along a heavy glass wine bottle isn’t exactly convenient while out playing. Thanks to ...


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