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Trapper coal mine near Craig will stay open

By Staff

The Interior Department on Friday made official its environmental review of the Trapper coal mine near Craig, allowing that mine to continue operations and presumably pursue a planned expansion of federal coal there. The review found that ...


Blotter, May 1, 2016

By Staff

Beware fake cop scammer The Grand Junction Police Department reported Thursday that it had received several reports regarding an attempted scam involving a man claiming to be with law enforcement calling and texting residents. The man is  ...


Gray gourmet, May 1, 2016

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Pork egg rolls, rice pilaf, emperor’s vegetables, fruited cottage cheese, multi-grain bread. Tuesday — Chicken fried steak and gravy, mashed potatoes, tossed salad, pineapple ...


Biz Buzz: May 1, 2016

By Staff

A Grand Junction man and his wife recently “pooled” their resources to launch a new swimming pool design and construction firm called Rimrock Pools, 2493 U.S. Highway 6&50. Co-owners Chad Clementson, 39, and his wife, ...


You Said It, May 1, 2016

By Staff

Curt Schilling is out as a JUCO speaker. Great. Bring back those mediocre speakers that no one’s ever heard of. They may be boring, but they are safely not insensitive. Thank you, Jamie Hamilton! Good decision and good reasoning on ...


Your Town, May 1, 2016

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Spring so resembles the fickle, dreamy-eyed and lovesick teen, plucking apart the delicate flower, one petal at time. He loves me. He loves me not. The sweet fragrance of sun-kissed lilacs wafting on the warm breeze in harmony with the ...


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Music of conviction

By Gretel Daugherty

Inmates have found a spiritual brotherhood in music through singing in the Delta Correctional Center’s choir.  ...


Review ruling allows Trapper coal mine near Craig to keep operating

By Staff

The Interior Department on Friday made official their environmental review of the Trapper coal mine near Craig, allowing that mine to continue operations and presumably pursue a planned expansion of federal coal there. Their review found that ...


Colorado woman gets 100 years for cutting baby from womb

By The AP

BOULDER — A judge sentenced a Colorado woman who cut a baby from a stranger’s womb to 100 years in prison, including the maximum penalties for attempted murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Judge Maria Berkenkotter said ...


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Col. Hagerty had commanding presence

By Gary Harmon

Retired Marine Col. Roger Hagerty, a holder of the Bronze Star with a combat V, who was active in veterans affairs in Grand Junction and served as the commanding officer of the 7th Marines in 1981, died Thursday. He was 84. A memorial service ...


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