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Grant will help De Beque build new fire station

By Emily Shockley

The De Beque Fire Protection District has officially secured enough funding to break ground this summer on a new fire station east of the town’s Interstate 70 interchange. The district will get a $2 million slice of more than $34 ...


Final budget to use severance tax dollars

By Charles Ashby

Though several lawmakers said they didn’t like having to do so, the Colorado Senate gave final approval Thursday to next year’s budget, which uses $20 million in severance taxes to help pay a refund to taxpayers. The $27 billion ...


Woman guilty of embezzling in GarCo office

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A former Garfield County Clerk’s Office bookkeeper faces time in prison after pleading guilty in connection with the embezzlement of hundreds of thousands of dollars from the office. She’ll also have to ...


States tout many efforts to protect sage grouse

By Dennis Webb

It’s getting to be that time of year when greater sage-grouse gather on sagebrush mating grounds around the West, the males inflating their chests and displaying showy tail feathers in hopes of attracting hens willing to jointly pass on ...


Death notices, April 3, 2015

By Staff

■ M. Joyce Ford, 79, Grand Junction, died March 26, 2015. Services are pending with Brown’s Cremation Service. She is survived by one daughter, Kathryn Ford of Grand Junction. ■ Gary Hunter Harden, 64, Grand Junction, ...


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No violation in deadly storage fire, city finds

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction City Attorney John Shaver said Thursday that there’s insufficient evidence to pursue municipal code violations in the February fire that killed two men who may have been living inside a Grand Junction storage unit where ...


Freeze warning for valley Friday and Saturday morning

By Mike Wiggins

The Grand Valley’s unusually warm spring is temporarily taking a detour back toward winter — and could threaten blossoming fruit trees and other sensitive vegetation. The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for ...


Musician Alycia Vince takes on GJ jazz, bluegrass, folk scene

By Melinda Mawdsley

Alycia Vince slapped her hand down on the table. “I’m finally 30,” she said. A self-motivated, single mother, Vince has made tough decisions about where to live and what to do to provide happiness and stability for herself ...


Woman guilty of theft from Garfield clerk’s office

By Dennis Webb

A former Garfield County Clerk’s Office bookkeeper faces time in prison after pleading guilty in connection with the embezzlement of hundreds of thousands of dollars from the office. Robin Lynn McMillan, 51, pleaded guilty this morning ...


Court ruling scuttles Allegiant pilots’ plan to strike today

By Mike Wiggins

A federal judge’s ruling late Wednesday blocked plans by pilots at discount carrier Allegiant Air to strike today. Corey Berger, an Allegiant pilot based in Arizona, said in a statement the union will comply with a judge’s ...


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