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Grouse plans could limit drilling

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas developers fear newly proposed conservation measures for the greater sage grouse could hinder future drilling in northwest Colorado significantly. David Ludlam, executive director of the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas ...

Landowner offers winning bid on Gunnison geothermal leases

By Dennis Webb

A ranch owner who reportedly was concerned about possible impacts to his property from two large geothermal leases in southeastern Gunnison County was the winning bidder for those leases Thursday.  The Double Heart Ranch, owned by Texan ...

Club 20 chairman hopes state panel listens to concerns

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When Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration approached him about serving on the governor’s TBD — “To Be Determined” —  effort to find common ground statewide on a variety of issues, Jeff Comstock had ...


Mavs’ redshirt freshmen continue to show growth

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Sitting on the sidelines for an entire year can be tough for someone used to being a go-to player. Although Daniel Estes, Mike Melillo and Landon Vermeer are glad to be on the basketball court playing for the Colorado Mesa men’s ...

Services for Axe set for Saturday

By Staff

A service will take place Saturday for a Grand Junction man who was killed in a car crash in Utah recently. A memorial gathering for 28-year-old Brian Axe will take place at 4 p.m. at the Grand Junction Elks Lodge, 249 S. Fourth St. Axe and ...

Blotter, Feb. 10, 2012

By Staff

Nucla man arrested A Nucla man was arrested on a pair of Colorado State Patrol warrants on suspicion of criminally negligent homicide and vehicular homicide. Jeramy L. Estep, 25, was booked into the Montrose County Jail on Wednesday with ...


Eagles flying high: Regionals give Paonia a chance to see how they stack up

By Nick Walter

Wrestling regionals get under way this weekend and for Paonia, the area team with the best shot at a team state title, the regional could be more of a tune-up. Paonia wrestles in the Class 2A, Region 1 tournament at Central High School, ...

Fort Hays State rallies to beat Mavs

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University wrestling team had a late lead, but it wasn’t enough. No. 15 Fort Hays State (Kan.) University won the last two matches to defeat No. 20 Colorado Mesa 21-16 in an RMAC dual on Thursday night in Hays, ...

Colorado Mesa wrestling results, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

Fort Hays State 21,Colorado Mesa 16 Thursday at Hays, Kan. 125 pounds – Collin Hase, FHSU, won by forfeit; 133 – Tyler Nelson, CMU, dec. Kyle Johnson 7-3; 141 – James Martinez, CMU, dec. Charles Napier 7-3; 149 – ...

Antero plans 50 wells in Silt area this year

By Dennis Webb

SILT — Antero Resources plans to drill about 50 wells using one drilling rig in the Silt area this year, and all of it will be south of the Colorado River. Kevin Kilstrom, Antero vice president of production, told a standing-room-only ...

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