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Water, gas lines break on Hillcrest Avenue

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A contractor installing a new sewer line accidentally broke water and gas lines in the Hillcrest neighborhood this morning, flooding the basement of one house and knocking out water to roughly two dozen homes. Workers broke a six-inch ...


Local AT&T customers report service problems

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Grand Valley AT&T customers lined up outside the wireless service provider’s Grand Junction store this morning after experiencing spotty or no cellphone service the last couple of days. Gary Williams, who lives on the Uncompahgre ...


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Green chili: a flavor like religion

By Rachel Sauer

It happens: A Southwest native gets transplanted somewhere far away — Tennessee, Vermont, Florida… Let’s not call it the hinterlands, but it isn’t here. So, one day, Southwest native is perusing the aisles of Walmart, ...


Email letters, Sept. 19, 2011

By Staff

More spending is not the answer Many of President Obama’s economic advisors were former professors, like him. They never worked in the real world, but in the past three years they got a chance to test out their theories. The result is ...


Ice forces closure of I-70 near Georgetown

By The AP

GEORGETOWN — It’s not even fall yet and the Colorado State Patrol is already warning motorists to be aware of ice on high country highways. The patrol closed Interstate 70 near the Eisenhower tunnel on Sunday to clear six separate ...


Colorado immigrant rights groups oppose crackdown

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado immigrant rights groups are demanding changes to a report that recommends softening the Department of Homeland Security’s controversial effort to identify illegal immigrants. The Colorado Immigrant Rights ...


Colorado treasurer threatens suit after being denied pension information

By The AP

DENVER — State Treasurer Walker Stapleton says he will file a lawsuit against the state pension fund board after he was denied financial information. Stapleton sits on the board that manages Colorado’s $39 billion pension fund for ...


Colorado senators go to bat for potatoes

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado senators are going to bat for the state’s potato industry as the Obama administration wrangles over school food standards. Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet say they are worried after the U.S. Department of ...


State water providers’ agreement hits logjam

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It’s approaching six months since officials from the Western Slope and Denver announced they had a general agreement that would resolve most of the issues that have roiled relations between water providers on both sides of the ...


City tries for clear view on development

By Amy Hamilton

Views of the Bookcliffs, Colorado National Monument and Grand Mesa from the Holiday Inn Express, 625 Rae Lynn St., are fantastic. But guests who stay on the second and third floors with views to the west sometimes complain about having to gaze ...


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