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RMAC Baseball standings, March 4, 2014

By Staff

RMAC Standings Mountain Division RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Colorado Mesa 1 1 .500 6 3 .667 Regis 1 1 .500 4 5 .444 Colorado Mines 1 1 .500 3 6 .333 Colo. Christian 1 1 .500 2 7 .222 Plains ...


Crisis in Ukraine renews push for U.S. LNG exports

By Dennis Webb

Russia’s actions in Ukraine are further fueling bipartisan calls — including by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall — for expediting liquefied natural gas exports from the United States, something that could have a bearing on gas ...


Parties hold GJ caucuses

By Staff

Mesa County Republicans showed up in school classrooms and libraries for caucuses all over the Grand Valley on Tuesday night. Five of the nine folks who showed for Precinct 57 in a classroom at Orchard Mesa Middle School will go on to be ...


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Want to spice things up? Try this

By Dixie Burmeister

My 2014 list of culinary adventures includes visiting area chefs and cooking classes. I did both at the Level One Cooking Class taught by Marcelo Marino, executive chef at the Wine Country Inn in Palisade. Marino and his six students — ...


BLM budget focuses on fuels oversight

By Gary Harmon

The president’s proposed Bureau of Land Management budget includes increased spending on the agency’s oil and gas management program even though the overall budget for the BLM is down slightly. The spending plan, which will be ...


Officials renew push for broadband links 
in rural school areas

By Bob Silbernagel

Providing broadband Internet service to the most rural parts of the state, especially to small school districts, has long been a goal throughout Colorado. Those efforts have moved forward the past couple years, and could get a boost in the ...


Avalon funding debated tonight


By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city councilors are asking the community to come out tonight and weigh in on an increase of $1.45 million needed to complete a first phase of the historic Avalon Theatre. For sure, some of the costs associated with the increase ...


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Thompson Divide talks reach impasse

By Dennis Webb

An energy company says it appears to be at an impasse in negotiations with a group trying to prevent drilling in the Thompson Divide area west of Glenwood Springs. Those negotiations have become further complicated after the Thompson Divide ...


Film tour headed to GJ

By Dave Buchanan

Fishing season definitely is here, judging from the selection of stories elsewhere on this page. If you need any more confirmation, the popular Fly Fishing Film Tour hits Grand Junction on March 18. From its inception in 2007, the F3T has ...


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Lake Powell ready for another season

By Wayne Gustaveson

PAGE, Ariz. — Weather is warming, trees are budding in the high desert, and it’s time to start thinking about fishing and what to expect from Lake Powell in 2014. The lake’s elevation has dipped to 3,575 feet, the lowest ...


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