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FAA investigating De Beque Canyon incident

By Gary Harmon

A jet that sheared through at least one power cable in De Beque Canyon on Thursday should have been no lower than 500 feet above the Colorado River, federal rules suggest. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident, a ...


Conservationists seek to back frack rules in court

By Dennis Webb

Six conservation groups are seeking to have a voice in two federal lawsuits in order to defend new Bureau of Land Management rules on hydraulic fracturing — and to continue pressing their case for making the rules even stronger. The ...


Residents show up to praise police

By Amy Hamilton

Residents in the downtown Grand Junction neighborhood where a police officer-involved shooting death occurred indicated their support of law enforcement’s quick response. About 30 neighbors in the area of Washington Park showed up at ...


PUC to hold hearings on Xcel rate hike plan

By Staff

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission is to hold a series of public hearings later this month to consider proposed rate hikes requested by Xcel Energy. The public utility, which serves much of the Grand Valley, says it needs rate increases ...


Glenwood bridge project clears review

By Dennis Webb

The planned reconstruction of the primary Colorado River crossing in the tourist town of Glenwood Springs has cleared a major obstacle of its own. The National Environmental Policy Act review for the proposed rebuilding of the Grand Avenue ...


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Blotter, June 3, 2015

By Staff

Info on stolen card sought Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in locating the suspects who used a stolen credit card at Walgreens , 240 W. Park Drive, on Thursday, April 16. The first suspect is described as a white man about 5 ...


Death notices, June 3, 2015

By Staff

■ Kenneth Atchison, 89, Palisade, died May 29, 2015, at his home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Palisade Church of the Nazarene. Burial will follow at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Mr. Atchison was retired ...


Utah defends anti-polygamy law, saying it prevents abuse

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah state attorneys defending the state’s anti-polygamy law argue it should stay on the books because it protects women and children from abuse. The Utah Attorney General is appealing a ruling striking down key ...


Road Trip: Make plans for June 18–24

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado: ■ The Sonics — Summit Music Hall, Denver, June 18. ■ Kacey Musgraves — Belly Up, Aspen, June 18. ■ Zolopht with Jack + Jill — Fellin Park, Ouray, June 18. ■ ...


Email letters, June 2, 2015

By Staff

Local businesses fail wherever Wal-Mart opens “It’s getting a little scary,” Willett told a handful of people at a Grand Junction town hall meeting sponsored by the National Federation of Independent Businesses and Club 20. ...


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