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Pipeline ownership key to Jordan Cove-Piceance link

By Dennis Webb

A company’s half-ownership in a pipeline connecting the Rockies to Oregon should provide some assurance that some of the gas it hopes to export from a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal would come from places including western ...


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Holzer defense wants officers out of uniform in court

By Gabrielle Porter

Prosecutors handling the often-fraught proceedings for accused cop killer Austin Holzer have objected to the defense’s request that law enforcement officers observing Holzer’s upcoming trial not wear uniforms in the ...


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‘Stairs for Air’ battles lung disease

By Katie Langford

In the weeks and months since Tracey Schleich’s mother and grandfather passed away as a result of lung cancer, she has channeled her grief into making sure that researchers and scientists have funding to find a cure for debilitating, and ...


Group kicks off school-funding campaign

By Katie Langford

The campaign to garner support for two upcoming School District 51 funding initiatives began Saturday morning with a message that better schools, newer curriculum, and higher quality education are on the horizon for Mesa County children. ...


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Scott: Bicycle tax reaction also criticizes rider behavior

By Dennis Webb

As state Sen. Ray Scott continues to marvel at the level of response to his suggestion that Colorado consider a tax on bikes, it’s also focusing his attention on other issues such as the level of cyclist compliance with rules of the ...


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Foster homes desperately needed in Clifton, central Junction areas

By Erin McIntyre

The parts of Mesa County where most of the children in the foster care system are removed from their homes have the least number of foster homes available for those children to be placed, according to an analysis conducted by the Mesa County ...


You Said It, July 30, 2017

By Staff

Shocking reaction to the drowning of a cat on Orchard Mesa. There needs to be stronger penalties for animal cruelty in this county. My heart goes out to the owner. Animal Control needs to prosecute this cruel Ed Haynes with more than a slap on ...


Blotter, July 30, 2017

By Staff

Man accused of assault A 46-year-old Grand Junction man is accused of attacking and strangling a woman on Friday, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. Marc Andrew Stortz is accused of felony assault with the intent to cause ...


News Brief, July 30, 2017

By Staff

Forest Service open house is Aug. 3 An open-house discussion of the current condition of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forests will take place Thursday, Aug. 3, in Grand Junction. The open house is an early step in the ...


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LUNKER LAKE?

By Dale Shrull

CRAWFORD STATE PARK — Dennis Wentzel packed up his gear after a leisurely Sunday afternoon of fishing at Crawford State Park. “I caught a few, not a bad day,” he said. Was largemouth bass part of his take on the ...


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