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Energy Futures: Price changes driving local optimism of the Piceance Basin

By Gary Harmon

RELATED STORY: ‘Midstream’ companies wait out storm, seeing a recovery History shows a Jordan Cove approval needs pipeline buy-in first After years of sliding downhill, energy producers appear to have caught a toehold and have ...


Charter announces low-cost internet for low-income seniors and students

By Katie Langford

A cable and internet provider is expanding low-cost service to seniors and low-income families in the Grand Junction area. Officials from Charter Communications announced Friday that the program, Spectrum Internet Assist, will be available to ...


State of sex ed, no Planned Parenthood worry citizens

By Gabrielle Porter

The lack of a Planned Parenthood facility in Grand Junction and the quality of public school sex education loomed large among complaints raised by Mesa County residents during a town hall-style meeting headed by the American Civil Liberties ...


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‘Midstream’ companies wait out storm, seeing a recovery

By Gary Harmon

Drilling companies have survived the past several years in large part with a little help from their friends. The friends in this case are “midstream” companies, businesses that treat, transport, store and market petroleum ...


Traffic Alert, Feb. 12, 2017

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects will affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Sewer Repair and Replacement Project — River Road from 24 Road to Persigo Wastewater Plant: Various ...


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History shows a Jordan Cove approval needs pipeline buy-in first

By Gary Harmon

The first hurdle for the Jordan Cove natural gas export terminal isn’t the terminal, but the pipeline that would serve it, said a former member of the federal agency expected to determine the project’s fate. The Federal Energy ...


Health care merger concerns gay rights leaders

By Gabrielle Porter

A Colorado gay rights leader said he is watching with concern to see how the acquisition of Mesa County’s Rocky Mountain Health Plans by national behemoth UnitedHealthcare will impact steps the smaller company has taken to protect ...


Palisade survey: 1 pot shop preferred

By Amy Hamilton

Most people in Palisade want only one of each kind of recreational marijuana business in town, according to the results of a recent survey of about 220 Palisade residents. Palisade trustees circulated the questionnaires in print and on the ...


You Said It, Feb. 12, 2017

By Staff

I feel horrible for Junior Bueno’s family. They need to grieve, just as I grieved during the many losses in my life. But I don’t agree that they need a memorial in a public place. I also don’t agree with the memorials that ...


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Upgrades on the way

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The West Gate Inn and Otto’s Restaurant have been landmark destinations for over-the-road truckers and weary travelers off Exit 26 on Interstate 70 for more than 30 years. But, with only one known renovation in that span of time, the ...


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