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Public Lands Under Pressure — Series

By Staff

PUBLIC LANDS UNDER PRESSURE: Western Colorado and eastern Utah offer some of the most scenic and geologically varied outdoor playgrounds in the country — rivers, lakes and trails that have become more crowded in recent years. That ...


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With inexperienced roster, Junction will rely on Catlett

By Matt Meyer

With Sydni Brandon graduated and playing basketball at Fort Lewis College, the offensive load for the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team falls squarely on the shoulders of 6-foot senior post player Tori Catlett. Catlett led the ...


Piceance energy firm upping production in down industry

By Dennis Webb

Caerus Oil and Gas has been living up to its name in Garfield County, acquiring lease acreage and ramping up drilling activity even as other companies have slowed down at a time of low gas prices. “The name Caerus stands for the Greek ...


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Leaders hopeful about Greenway Business Park

By Amy Hamilton

A FedEx semi with a triple trailer clips along Colorado’s east-west artery, jockeying with other traffic on Interstate 70 on a recent nippy but sunny afternoon. Farther west are the crimson cliffs of Colorado National Monument, ...


Drainage District plans public forums

By Staff

With some Grand Valley residents confused or still unaware they’re about to be charged a new fee for storm water management — and some businesses fuming that they will bear the brunt of the expense — the Grand Valley Drainage ...


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Locals rally for climate reform

By Erin McIntyre

On a cold, gray Sunday afternoon, more than 40 people gathered on the steps of the federal courthouse in Grand Junction to offer prayers and hope that world leaders would agree to take action and reduce the impacts of climate change. It ...


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Utah dinosaur tracks similar to those found embedded in Spain

By Gary Harmon

Some of the most ferocious meat-eating dinosaurs that trod the earth over what is now Utah also were hunting on land that now is known as Spain, the discovery of a track in Utah suggests. One of the predators, it appears, limped along Copper ...


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Student of the Week, Nov. 30, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 3.9 After-school activities: Volleyball, youth group, Latin club, National Honor Society Favorite book and its author: “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen Favorite TV show: “The Blacklist” Favorite band or ...


Death notice, Nov. 30, 2015

By Staff

■ Rodolfo Chavez Madera, 52, Grand Junction, died Nov. 27, 2015, at his home. Mr. Madera was a painter for ElkHorn Construction. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Brown’s Cremation & Funeral Service ...


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Pitton accepts money for legal fees

By Erin McIntyre

After spending the first night in a rental house, Paul Pitton expects to be sworn in during a special meeting today for his seat on the District 51 school board. He has also launched a website seeking donations to help defray the costs of ...


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