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(Un)Like the rest

By Rachel Sauer

You know the drill: You’re fainting all over the place about last night’s “Game of Thrones” episode when someone in your listening audience ever-so-casually mentions, “Oh, I don’t actually watch much ...


Neighbors to the rescue after tree pins Fruita man

By Amy Hamilton

Josh Miller had a feeling something was going to go badly while he was watching his neighbor cut down a mulberry tree on a gusty Wednesday night. Miller, who lives in the Country Village mobile home park in Fruita, was so sure of his gut ...


County gets $70K extra from PILT fund

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County collected $70,000 more than expected from the annual distribution of money from the federal government in lieu of property taxes. The Interior Department sent $3,382,219 to the county via the Colorado Department of Local ...


Fruita man suspected of sex assault on girl, 13

By Gabrielle Porter

A 35-year-old Fruita man accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl on two occasions has been arrested and is being held in lieu of a $50,000 cash bond. Adrian Luis Younger was arrested Tuesday after Fruita police officers said they ...


Driver of off-road motorcycle without lights killed Wednesday

By Staff

The Colorado State Patrol said today that the driver of a motorcycle was killed on E 1/2 Road Wednesday night, after a collision with a turning vehicle. Matthew Lesher, 24, Grand Junction, was pronounced dead at the scene, near Longs Family ...


Colorado Springs police shoot, kill gun-wielding man

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police in Colorado Springs shot and killed a man they say approached them with an alcoholic drink in one hand and a gun in the other. The Gazette reports officers were responding to 911 calls about the 25-year-old man ...


White House says coal royalty hike would have modest effect

By The AP

BILLINGS, Mont. — A White House report says a sharp hike in royalty rates for companies that mine coal from federal lands across the West would trigger only modest reductions in U.S. coal production. The report comes after the Obama ...


White House says coal royalty hike would have modest effect

By The AP

BILLINGS, Mont. — A White House report says a sharp hike in royalty rates for companies that mine coal from federal lands across the West would trigger only modest reductions in U.S. coal production. The report comes after the Obama ...


COGCC: Activists can participate in drilling hearing

By Dennis Webb

A state regulatory official has decided to let two citizen groups participate in a hearing next month on an energy company’s proposal to drill within the residential community of Battlement Mesa in Garfield County. James Rouse, a ...


Printed Letters: June 23, 2016

By Staff

Residents should have a seat at the table As residents of Battlement Mesa, we are hoping that the Battlement Concerned Citizens’ group and the Grand Valley Citizens Alliance will be granted intervener status when Ursa Resources meets ...


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