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Printed Letters: May 19, 2015

By Staff

Most identify with 
traditional snipe hunt I am a Colorado native, and the only research I need to conduct about a snipe hunt is to poll 1,000 people on any street downtown. Maybe one will be aware of a hunt for a bird that would not ...


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Defending champs join JUCO field

By Patti Arnold

After an on-field celebration of yet another Northern District baseball championship Monday, the Iowa Western Community College Reivers were soon back on the bus headed home. “Time’s crucial for us now,” Iowa Western coach ...


Rough first day for local high school golfers

By Staff

The opening round of Colorado’s girls golf state championships Monday was rough for Grand Junction-area players. Grand Junction High School juniors Bailey Summers and Avery Hill each shot 20-over-par 92, tied for 60th place going into ...


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For odor problem, it’s ‘Plan C’

By Emily Shockley

The operators of a wastewater disposal facility near Whitewater are on “Plan C” with odor mitigation efforts aimed at combating a smell that neighbors say has emanated from the facility off and on for at least a year, Mesa County ...


Language in state water plan critical, board member says

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Water Conservation Board member Russell George on Monday defended the idea of including a framework for transmountain diversion discussions in Colorado’s proposed state water plan. In a meeting with Garfield County ...


Conservation commission orders action on SG well permits

By Dennis Webb

After more than two years of waiting by SG Interests, state regulators will issue imminent decisions on applications for approvals related to drilling on two proposed well pads in the Thompson Divide area southwest of Glenwood Springs. The ...


Sage-grouse proviso prompts veto threat of defense measure

By Gary Harmon

It’s guns or grouse, the White House said in issuing a veto threat of a military-funding bill that also prohibits listing of the greater sage-grouse under the Endangered Species Act. The National Defense Authorization Act for 2016 ...


Death Notices, May 19, 2015

By Staff

■ Pansy Dove Bowen, 80, Grand Junction, died May 16, 2015, at Eagle Ridge Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. May 27 at the Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Ms. Bowen was a shipping clerk for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Survivors ...


Blotter, May 19, 2015

By Staff

Suspect arrested for DUI Darby Todd Willis, 46, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of careless driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, aggravated driving with a revoked license, driving while being a habitual offender and ...


On Stage: ‘Phantom, The American Musical’

By Staff

MAGIC CIRCLE PLAYERS “Phantom, The American Musical,” based on the novel “The Phantom of the Opera,” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 22–23, May 29–30, and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 24 and 31, Magic Circle ...


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