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Rep. Salazar tows truck out of snowy ditch

By The AP

OURAY — Democratic Rep. John Salazar was blocked on the campaign trail Monday when a flatbed truck ran into a snowy ditch during a mountain snowstorm. Instead of missing the next stop, Salazar hitched the truck to his Buick SUV, towed ...


Searchers scouring for 3 hunters lost in Flattops

By Amy Hamilton

Heavy snowfall in the Flattops Wilderness Area is hampering some efforts by search and rescue teams to locate three hunters from the Denver area. Five hunters from Denver left their camp in the wilderness area on Saturday morning, but three ...


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Winter fishing can be exciting at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,634 msl Water Temperature 66 - 69F PAGE, Ariz. — Where did the summer go? I will be sampling uplake during the first two weeks of November so this will be my last regular fish report for the year. If something good ...


Man hurt in motorcycle accident

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A 26-year-old Minnesota man was in good condition at St. Mary’s Hospital after he was injured in a motorcycle accident Sunday in Utah. Ryan J. Klingelhutz of Maconia, Minn., was taken from the Whitewash Sand Dunes area in Grand County ...


New Xcel coal-to-gas idea keeps 1 coal-fired unit

By The AP

DENVER — Xcel Energy now proposes retrofitting a coal-fired power plant unit in Denver with new emission controls, rather than shutting it down, to reduce air pollution. As required by a new state law, Xcel in August filed a plan to add ...


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Mesa County orders Palisade wedding venue to shut down

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Mesa County has ordered a Palisade-area business to shut down after learning its owner apparently has been illegally hosting weddings and other events. County code-enforcement officials this month issued a cease-and-desist order and a request ...


Local banks not worried about foreclosure ‘robo-signings’

By Emily Shockley

Recent news about banks proceeding with foreclosures without meticulously examining loan documents shouldn’t concern all Grand Junction mortgage-holders, according to local bankers. Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and Ally Bank ...


Sewer line breaks, spills into lake on 25 1/2 Road

By Melinda Mawdsley

Public water sources are safe and there was no serious damage after an 18-inch sewer line broke at 12:30 p.m. Monday at 25 ½ Road between the Grand Junction Fire Department’s station No. 3, 582 25 ½ Road, and the Kronkright ...


Montrose sues hospital trustees over stealth action

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The Montrose County Commission on Monday sued the trustees who run the county hospital, hoping to reverse the trustees’ decision to lease the hospital to a private nonprofit corporation. Trustees, meanwhile, said they couldn’t ...


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Nemnich jury finishes for the day; returns Wednesday for further deliberations

By Paul Shockley

UPDATE: 5:20 P.M. Tuesday — Nemnich jury retires for the day The jury in Jerry Nemnich’s double-murder trial left the Mesa County Justice Center shortly after 5 p.m. Tuesday without a verdict following roughly eight hours of ...


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