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Raising coal leases would cost, county says

By Gary Harmon

Boosting the price of coal mined from beneath public lands will result in mine closures and worsening damage to rural economies, Mesa County officials told a federal agency. The federal coal leasing program provides an “adequate return ...


fee meeting 
mostly quiet

By Erin McIntyre

The beauty of the Colorado National Monument and other public lands is one of the reasons Ken and Sue Thomas moved here last year. The couple read about Grand Junction in a book called “Retirement Places Rated,” visited and fell in ...

Death notices, July 27, 2016

By Staff

■ Joy Eleanor Elliott-Bailey, 80, Delta, died July 24, 2016, at HopeWest Hospice. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Thursday at Taylor Funeral Services in Delta. Inurnment will be at the Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include one ...

Blotter, July 27, 2016

By Staff

Man with barbell vs. car A man accused of using a barbell weight to smash an elderly woman’s car after drinking “about a pint of vodka” Saturday morning faces a felony criminal mischief charge. Michael Hayes Stark, 37, ...


5 more arrested, linked to drug ring

By Gabrielle Porter

Mesa County law enforcement officers over the last several days arrested five more people in connection with a drug ring that reportedly involves more than 32 people suspected of peddling methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, marijuana ...

Chairlift pusher found not guilty by reason of insanity

By The AP

ASPEN — A man accused of pushing a snowboarder off an Aspen chairlift has been found not guilty by reason of insanity. Judge Chris Seldin made the ruling in the case of 32-year-old Thomas Proesel Monday, accepting the findings of a ...

Get funky at Fun on the Uncompahgre Fest

By Tammy Gemaehlich

All are welcome at the second Fun on the Uncompahgre Fest with all kinds of water activities, races and more. The FUNC-y fun is set for Saturday, July 30, at the Montrose Water Sports Park, 1036 Riverbottom Drive, in Montrose. Registration ...


Quick Picks: Fundraisers for Zolopht; Gears and Beers Festival

By Ann Wright

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Quick Picks were edited from the original print version. Buckwheat Zydeco will not be performing at the Colorado Riverfront Concert Series. Saturday, July 30 On a comeback While on its High Tolerance Tour in Texas, ...


The Boys of Summer will play at Garden Groove Summer Series

By Ann Wright

Jimmy Williamson and several friends had been playing together as a band off and on for about 40 years when Williamson decided to do a little side work. The drummer did some dates with a Rolling Stones tribute band, and his longtime band ...

Changes at Rocky

By The Daily Sentinel

Rocky Mountain Health Plans will continue to operate as the independent Rocky we know, but now with the financial stability that comes from partnering with one of the largest companies in the world. That’s terrific news. By all ...

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