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Affordable and Efficient Builder 
is happy to be able to finish what he started back in 2008

By Penny Stine

Pear Lane is a quiet little street tucked away off D 1/2 Road. When the original developer brought the subdivision to market in late 2008, he wanted to build affordable homes that were also affordable to own, so the builder, Ron Ashley, made ...


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Sage advice

By Dennis Webb

The West’s “sagebrush sea” has gotten a lot of attention recently for supporting some 350 species of plants and animals, with the future of creatures from mule deer to greater sage-grouse inextricably linked to this habitat ...


Pitkin County acquires Smuggler mining claim assets

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen and Pitkin County’s open space programs have secured mineral rights beneath the jointly owned Smuggler Mountain Open Space. Representatives submitted a winning bid of $34,000 at an auction in Glenwood ...


State drilling panel reviews proposals as deadline nears

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper’s task force on oil and gas drilling is holding two days of meetings in Denver to discuss its recommendations, which are due in late February. The 21-member task force is scheduled to review ...


Junction man, 22, dies in early morning wreck

By Amy Hamilton

Devan Cruz-Carderea, 22, of Grand Junction died about 4 a.m. Sunday after his pickup crashed on Interstate 70 in Garfield County just west of Parachute, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Cruz-Carderea was heading east on the interstate ...


Riverfront Trail section open after pipeline work

By Amy Hamilton

Pump up the tires on your bicycle and lace up your running shoes. A portion of the Colorado Riverfront Trail that was expected to be closed for more than two months already is open again for public use. Construction that started in early ...


This week in the legislature, Feb. 2, 2015

By Staff

This week’s activities under the gold dome will start with guns, guns and more guns. Two legislative committees will hear several gun measures introduced by Republicans, most of which are designed to repeal the controversial gun laws ...


Middle school White Iced Party fundraiser is Saturday

By Emily Shockley

The D51 Foundation hopes to raise thousands for middle school programming at the third-annual White Iced Party from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Colorado Mesa University Ballroom. D51 Foundation Coordinator Jennifer Hensel Hildebrandt said ...


Area clerical leader welcomes people for Holy Land trip

By Staff

There are many different reasons for pilgrimage — hope, enlightenment, forgiveness, illumination — and many different paths defining it. This fall, one pilgrimage will wend through Israel, “a time to really focus about what ...


Love of science leads to scientific partnership

By Staff

Rich Alward and Tamera Minnick met at a University of Nebraska biological field station while he was working there and she was a student. Theirs is a unique partnership in which they are both spouses and fellow scientists, and they previously ...


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