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Governor wanted for battle over coal

By Gary Harmon

Several northwestern Colorado governments will ask Gov. John Hickenlooper to join a lawsuit by several states against a federal agency over what a Moffat County commissioner called the Environmental Protection Agency’s “economic ...


Task force 
forwards 
suggestions
 on testing

By Emily Shockley

The end of work for the state’s Standards and Assessment Task Force likely marks the beginning of work for state Legislators — and potentially a new task force. Wednesday morning, members of the 15-person task force presented the ...


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Sheriff: Man molested 8 females, ages 6 to 21

By Paul Shockley

An investigation has shown eight females ranging in age from 6 to 21 are suspected sexual assault victims of a Grand Junction man, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday. Larry Church, who turned 53 on Wednesday, was arrested ...


Panel kills bill to lower late registration fees

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A House panel nixed a bill Wednesday to lower late fees on vehicle registrations, but Republican supporters of that idea haven’t given up hope just yet. Although the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee ...


Getting It Right: Jan. 29, 2015

By Staff

A story on page 5A Wednesday listed an incorrect website address for people to sign up for the Colorado Legislature’s new remote testimony program. To sign in for future testimony sessions at Colorado Mesa University, go to ...


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Bill to put some public notices online fails

By Charles Ashby

DENVER – A bill to give counties the option of publishing certain public notices in local newspapers or on the Internet didn’t survive a House committee on Wednesday. The measure, the first to be presented by freshman Rep. Dan ...


Death Notices: Jan. 29, 2015

By Staff

■ Marjorie Maxine Christensen, 89, Clifton, died Jan. 26, 2015, in Grand Junction. Services will be 2:30 p.m. Friday at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Grand Junction. She is survived by a son Scott A. of Hubbard, Orgeon; a daughter Rita A. ...


Blotter: Jan. 29, 2015

By Staff

Sexual predator is in GJ A state-labeled sexually violent predator has moved in at Mesa County Community Corrections, 650 South Ave., and registered appropriately, the Grand Junction Police Department said Wednesday. Jose Gallegos, 63, is ...


Smith vs. Petty is latest case in a long line of musical debates

By Rock Cesario

Did Sam Smith steal Tom Petty’s song? The two recently reached an out of court settlement. I think the more important question should be, did Smith do it on purpose? Personally, I give Smith the benefit of doubt. I don’t like to ...


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Guilty pleasures: Admit it. You’ve got several (dozen)

By Rachel Sauer

There’s been some push-back lately about the term “guilty pleasure.” When it was coined, in a 1860 New York Times article, it was describing a brothel. But in the fallout of the 20th century culture wars, it came to modify ...


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