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Member of new oil, gas panel optimistic

By Dennis Webb

An appointee to a new Colorado task force is pointing to past experience in voicing high hopes that it can help find the right balance when it comes to oil and gas development. “I think we can do it because I’ve seen it done ...


Getting It Right, Sept. 20, 2014

By Staff

Photos of coal miner Sarah Lewis and her family, which ran on pages 1A and 10A in Tuesday’s edition, should have been credited to Lewis.  ...


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GOP candidate: Energy is key to Western Slope’s future

By Gary Harmon

Reviving the energy economy on the West Slope is the key to dealing with economic, educational and other regional issues, said Yeulin Willett, the Republican candidate seeking to represent Mesa and Delta counties in Denver. “I think ...


2 triathlons limit use 
of Highline 
on weekend

By Staff

A busy weekend of triathlon at Highline Lake this weekend will mean some changes for the visiting general public. Desert’s Edge Triathlon, which expects to lure triathletes from around the country, is utilizing the lake and surrounding ...


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Building confidence

By Dale Shrull

Michael Hansen hadn’t been tested much, but when it came time to go to the turf, he was ready. The Grand Junction High School senior goalkeeper made a sliding, one-handed save with five minutes remaining to preserve the Tigers’ ...


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Young ‘Cats roar

By Tim Harty

Bob Richardson entered himself into the running for understatement of the year Tuesday when he said of his Fruita Monument High School volleyball team: “We’re very inexperienced.” That’s inexperience as in no ...


Tigers tie Demons again for boys golf title

By Staff

For the second straight day, Durango and Grand Junction battled to a tie in a boys golf invitational in Durango. Playing at the Dalton Ranch Golf Club on Tuesday, the Tigers and Demons tied for the team title at 237 strokes. Montrose was ...


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New BLM manager no stranger to Western issues

By Gary Harmon

Sage grouse, coal mining and drilling already are familiar issues to Joseph Meyer, who will take over later this month as the Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Colorado District manager. Meyer has headed the BLM Casper, Wyoming, ...


Blotter, Sept. 10, 2014

By Staff

Thief steals two vehicles Someone burglarized a business Sunday, taking equipment and two motor vehicles, the Grand Junction Police Department said. But the department isn’t saying where the burglary occurred, as the vehicles were ...


Prep boys golf results, Sept. 9, 2014

By Staff

Durango Invitational Tuesday at Dalton Ranch Golf Club Par 72 Team Scores 1. (tie) Durango, 237; Grand Junction, 237; 3. Montrose, 240; 4. Fruita Monument, 244; 5. Piedra Vista, 253; 6. Montezuma-Cortez, 257; 7. Aspen, 258; 8. Palisade, ...


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