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Grand Junction moves toward foreign trade zone

By Amy Hamilton

A plan to apply for a foreign trade zone in Grand Junction that could include areas of Delta and Montrose will be a priority, according to discussions Monday night by the Grand Junction City Council. Councilors tapped economic development ...


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Mesa County leaps into Thompson Divide fight

By Gary Harmon

The Mesa County Commission is leaving open its options to the proposed cancellation of oil and gas leases in the high country of the White River National Forest that also are within Mesa County. The commission on Monday approved a letter ...


Bennet cites record of bipartisanship in run for second full term in Senate

By Gary Harmon

Bipartisanship in the U.S. Senate should be honored, not scorned, Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., said Monday, swiping at his Republican opponent in the November general election. Though Congress has been hamstrung by partisan fighting, ...


Advocates to host drug overdose vigil Wednesday

By Katie Langford

Accidental deaths by drug overdose in Mesa County continue to rise, a big reason why local advocates and affected families will come together on Wednesday to raise awareness about drug addiction in the Grand Valley. Wednesday is International ...


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Judge: Ogden statements mostly admissible

By Dennis Webb

A judge has largely rejected efforts to suppress during trial statements made by a Parachute man following the death of his infant daughter. Ninth Judicial District Court Judge John Neiley issued a 51-page ruling in the case of Matthew Ogden, ...


Briefs, August 30, 2016

By Staff

Is your pooch pinup material? The Colorado Canyons Association wants to hear from you. The CCA is putting together for the first time a dog calendar featuring images of canines exploring one of western Colorado’s three national ...


Blotter, August 30, 2016

By Staff

Woman’s fight, flight may result in felony charges   A Grand Junction woman could face a host of felony charges after she allegedly stole her mother’s car and cellphone following a physical confrontation with her, then led ...


Fracking measures not on ballot

By Dennis Webb

The oil and gas industry is celebrating and advocates for greater regulation of that industry are weighing next steps following the failure of two measures to make the fall ballot. Unless there’s an appeal and it succeeds, Colorado ...


Jury told of alternate suspect in slaying case

By Gabrielle Porter

Jurors on Monday heard testimony that a man suspected of calling Paige Birgfeld’s phone some 20 times the day she disappeared in 2007 left town suddenly two days later, and told work acquaintances and friends a bizarre and untrue story ...


Patients differ; health care shouldn’t be one size fits all

By April Schulte-Barclay

I am more and more recognizing a general desire of patients wanting true answers to their health concerns. For this to happen, it is important that patients and health care practitioners alike consider that each patient is a unique individual ...


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