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Trapper coal mine faces shutdown without federal reprieve

By Dennis Webb

A second Craig-area coal mine apparently also will have to undergo a remedial federal environmental review process if it hopes to avoid a shutdown based on a recent court order. The Trapper Mine near Craig is now looking at going through the ...

Death Notices, July 9, 2015

By Staff

■ Roger D. Armstrong, 72, Grand Junction, died July 7, 2015, at St. Mary’s Hospital. A memorial service will be 10 a.m. Saturday at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary Chapel. Mr. Armstrong was a deputy sheriff. He is survived by his ...

Blotter, July 9, 2015

By Staff

Arrest in serious hit-and-run A 35-year-old woman with a history of alcohol-related traffic convictions appeared in a Mesa County courtroom Wednesday, accused of causing and fleeing a wreck June 24 that left a motorcycle rider seriously ...


Family dog 
shot, slashed; 
man arrested

By Mike Wiggins

Mike and Ashlee Abeyta and their three young children chose to make their home among the corn fields and farms of Montrose County because of the laid-back lifestyle. It’s common, Ashlee says, to see dogs roaming freely in this area ...


Grand Valley a big draw; lodging tax gets a lift

By Greg Ruland

People who stayed overnight in Grand Junction during June paid more in lodging tax than in any June in the past, city officials reported Wednesday. The city’s collection of nearly $160,000 in lodging taxes last month was the result of ...

Biz Buzz: July 9, 2015

By Staff

A communications specialist who helped with the commercial kitchen at The Business Incubator in Grand Junction and a contractor for a beverage repair company joined forces a few years ago, first in marriage and then in business. The passion ...


Celebrate nerds with this quiz

By Rachel Sauer

Oh, we could start off with a lame, unfunny jape, something along the lines of “Hold on to your pocket protectors!” or “Hitch up your pants! Oh, wait, they won’t go any higher!” But aren’t we beyond all ...


Biz Briefcase: July 9, 2015

By Staff

Meeker man certified as safety pro Joe Foster, who works for White River Electric Association in Meeker, has completed all requirements for certification as a Certified Safety Professional.  Foster also holds professional ...


You Saw It, July 9

By Staff

Great outdoors a big key for local economy

By Robin Brown

I have a wonderful network of peers in the valley. They are made up of singles, couples and young families in their 30s and 40s who choose to live here because they want to spend more time on trails than in cars traveling to destinations with ...

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