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Uinta Basin reprieve on ozone temporary?

By Dennis Webb

A conservation group that unsuccessfully argued in court that the Uinta Basin is violating federal ground-level ozone standards believes such a finding by the Environmental Protection Agency ultimately is inevitable. “It’s not a ...

Weekly calendar, June 28, 2015

By Staff

June 28 Palisade Sunday Farmers Market, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sundays through Sept. 20, downtown Palisade, vendors, produce, music, food, demonstrations, 464-5602, Grand Junction Color Vibe 5K, 
8 a.m., Mesa Mall, ...


Get a unique view of the west (and conquer fear) while on horseback

By Melinda Mawdsley

I have equinophobia, and I blame Mexico. Well, not all of Mexico, just a tiny stretch of beach on the west coast near Mazatlan because I’m pretty sure that’s where I developed my fear of horses. Of all the things I did while on ...


Get away for a family-friendly movie event under the stars

By Staff

It was Friday night and time for a quick getaway. We tossed our camp chairs in the back of the car along with some blankets, jackets and hats, buckled the kids into their car seats, and we were off. Less than three miles down the road, ...

Don’t let your pet try to beat the heat in hot car

By Charlé Thibodeau

I had to opportunity to take care of my son’s dog this past week while he was out of town. Boomer is a little terrier mix who has been a faithful friend to my son for six years. As the dog sat perched on the console in my truck the ...


Take a hike with red-rock expert Rod Martinez

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Prolific hiking guidebook author and photographer Rod Martinez, of Grand Junction, features the stunning red-rock landscapes of eastern Utah in his new book, “The Best Moab and Arches National Park Hikes.” Martinez insightfully ...

Biz Buzz, June 28, 2015

By Staff

After two and a half years of valleys, peaks and constant striving, Shabby Chic Boutiques, the little cooperative marketplace that could, will operate in the valley for the last time this week, store owner Teresa Stevens said. Many of the ...


Economic indicators across local industries reveal more of the same

By Greg Ruland

A series of measures of regional economic activity released earlier this month by Mesa County shows that while some arrows are pointing in the right direction, many seem to be pointing to much of the same — a stagnant ...

Blotter, June 28, 2015

By Staff

Man reportedly threatened A man reported an unknown person pointed a gun at him Thursday night near Wells Fargo, 2808 North Ave., and left in a getaway car, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. When contacted by police, the ...

Getting It Right, June 28, 2015

By Staff

A story on Page 2A Saturday about the demolition of the remnants of White Hall should have said the east end of the building, which was unaffected by the 2011 fire, will be removed as well.  ...

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