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Race for assessor is between two appraisers

By Emily Shockley

The race for Mesa County Assessor has two contenders: Republican Ken Brownlee and third-party candidate Steve Henderson of the American Constitution Party. Brownlee, who has a mustache to match the handle-bar facial hair that appears on his ...


Midterm ballots coming in at steady pace

By Charles Ashby

With seven days left to vote, early returns indicate that nearly one-fourth of voters statewide have already cast their ballots. The deadline to do so is 7 p.m. next Tuesday, Election Day. According to the latest voter-turnout figures ...


Royalties
 go toward 
water line

By Gary Harmon

Royalty revenues from natural gas production will pay for a new water line to the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Center south of Grand Junction, as well as other improvements across Mesa County. The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease ...


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Palisade band takes second at state

By Staff

The Palisade High School marching band performed its way to a 3A state runner-up title Monday. The band was also awarded the High Visual Caption and High General Effect Caption for its performance at the Colorado Bandmasters Association ...


Blotter, Oct. 29, 2014

By Staff

Oil spill causes evacuation At about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, a semi-tanker rolled over at the interchange at U.S. Highway 6 and Colorado Highway 13, according to the Rifle Police Department. There were no injuries, but police closed the ...


Death notices, Oct. 29, 2014

By Staff

■ Martha Clark Baker, 64, Las Vegas, Nevada, died Oct. 18, 2014, at Infinity Hospice in Las Vegas. Survivors include two sons, Brian Poole and Zach Poole, both of Las Vegas; her parents, Margaret and Jay Clark of Clifton; two brothers, ...


Getting It Right, Oct. 29, 2014

By Staff

A story on page 2A Tuesday should have said that former Michael Blagg juror Marilyn Charlesworth is represented by a private attorney, Dan Schaffer.  ...


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Playing by the rules: Haunted houses open doors after complying with safety regulations

By Greg Ruland

The Grand Junction Fire Department got an earful of complaints from area residents after announcing fire safety regulations will be enforced at local spook houses this year. Fire officials said some people believed enforcement of fire ...


State accuses driller of threat

By Dennis Webb

An oil and gas company with more than 200 wells in western Colorado was fined $94,000 Tuesday for violations, including denying reasonable access to facilities after an inspector accused the company’s founder of threatening him. The ...


Rollover oil tanker spurs home evacuations

By Charles Ashby

UPDATE 7 p.m.: Rifle Police lift evacuation. The Rifle Police Department is reporting that at about 4:15 p.m. today, a semi-tanker rolled over at the interchange at U.S. Highway 6 and Colorado Highway 13. No injuries were reported, but ...


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