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Carrots: the grand finale to the garden

By Erin McIntyre

It’s not often that fresh vegetables make it to the Thanksgiving table from my garden. This year is a different story, though, and I’m thankful. We aren’t blessed with the longer growing season that other parts of the ...

Persistence can help kill lawn’s salsify

By Dennis Hill

This past summer, the lawn at my rental house in Clifton was invaded by western salsify. First, it showed up as thick grass-like rosettes with long, thick taproots. Later, it sent up tall stalks that produced large yellow flowers like ...


Consultant: Don’t close this trail

By Gary Harmon

Miles of routes that run through sage and across slickrock behind the Bookcliffs offer rare opportunities that should be managed, not cordoned off, said the consultant handling Mesa County’s appeal of a plan by the Bureau of Land ...


District 51 paid ex-exec more than was due

By Katie Langford

Former District 51 Communications Director Dan Dougherty received $66,831 in severance pay that was not required by his employment contract, as well as thousands of dollars in compensation and reimbursements for commuting from his home in ...


Winefest tickets on sale Monday

By Amy Hamilton

Palisade’s popular, end-of-summer, all-you-can-drink wine tasting festival doesn’t really need any advertising. For the first time last year, the Colorado Mountain Winefest sold out its allotted number of tickets by about noon on ...

Religion Briefs, Nov. 28, 2015

By Staff

Mini-concerts kick off Advent season The Advent season will be celebrated with four mini-concerts in December at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church at Fifth and Palmer streets in Delta. Concerts are from 12:10–12:55 p.m. ...

Some BLM roads close on Dec. 1

By Staff

At least 10 roads on federal land near Grand Junction will be closed to motorized vehicles for the winter starting Monday and ending March 1, the Bureau of Land Management’s Grand Junction Field Office announced earlier this week. Gates ...

County earmarks funds for economic development

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County will set aside $100,000 from its 2016 budget as bait to attract new employers, in addition to plunking down $50,000 for the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce and $30,000 for the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, also in ...

Blotter: Nov. 28, 2015

By Staff

Most area law enforcement agencies did not produce activity logs on Friday.  ...

Getting It Right, Nov. 28, 2015

By Staff

A story on Page 1 Nov. 2 incorrectly stated that District 51 attorney David Price asked a judge to declare school board candidate Paul Pitton ineligible for election. Price’s statement, according to the official court transcript, was as ...

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