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Don’t blame oil and gas for BLM’s inspection shortcomings

By Guest Columnist

By David Ludlam In western Colorado the Bureau of Land Management doesn’t lack the money or expertise needed to inspect natural gas wells. The BLM inspection program is strained because Department of Interior wastes money on absurd, ...


Culture clash: tourism vs. oil and gas in Moab

By Andrew Gulliford

As a benefit for a local nonprofit, we had organized a canoe trip on the Green River near Moab to paddle 60 miles from Geyser Springs to Mineral Bottom. Colorado’s Centennial Canoe Outfitters claims this is “part of the longest ...


Idaho Falls 12, Grand Junction 4

By Patti Arnold

Idaho Falls downs Grand Junction 12-4 at Suplizio Field.  ...


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Chukars rough up GJ

By Matt Meyer

Shaky defense by Grand Junction and hot hitting late by Idaho Falls overshadowed a strong start by pitcher Javier Palacios as the Rockies lost 12-4 in Pioneer League baseball Saturday night at Suplizio Field. Palacios didn’t run into ...


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2nd-inning breakout

By Tim Harty

Two big innings with the bats and a solid pitching performance from Caleb Coleman made for an easy victory Saturday as the Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team returned to the field after one week of rest. Gene Taylor’s ...


Two CMU anglers win college tournament

By Staff

Two Colorado Mesa University students from Grand Junction won the FLW College Fishing Southern Conference tournament Saturday on Grand Lake in Monkey Island, Oklahoma. Kennedy Kinkade and Josh Worth caught a five-bass limit weighing 16 ...


Grand Junction Rockies box, JUne 21, 2014

By Staff

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Teacher’s spirit, love of geology lives on with new trail

By Melinda Mawdsley

The fashion and spirit of the late Fruita Monument High School geology teacher Mike Williams lives on thanks to the soon-to-be-completed Mike’s Geology Trail. For the past seven years, his widow, Felicie Williams, has sought approval ...


Democrats campaign as headquarters opens

By Gary Harmon

Two Democratic candidates for the Legislature took aim at water issues on Saturday as the Mesa County Democrats opened a combined county and regional campaign office. Claudette Konola, who is running for Senate District 7, said water will be ...


Big summer projects
 on tap for District 51

By Emily Shockley

Eric Nilsen has to laugh when people ask him if he gets summers off. As construction projects coordinator and soon-to-be director of maintenance and operations at School District 51, summers are typically the busiest time of the year for ...


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