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Authorities to remove marijuana from grow sites

By The AP

RAYMOND — The Boulder County sheriff’s department and area SWAT teams will get help from the Colorado National Guard to remove marijuana plants and dismantle a suspected illegal growing operation in the mountains north of ...


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Plane in deadly crash near Moab took off too heavy, report says

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A plane that crashed near Moab, Utah, two years ago, killing 10 people, was more than 300 pounds over its takeoff weight limit, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report. The twin-engine Beechcraft King Air A100 went down ...


Cause of fatal accident a mystery

By Dennis Webb

Glenwood Springs police are mystified about what caused a man to drive off a road and roll his truck, causing his death Monday evening. James Montaine, 54, of Glenwood Springs died after his truck went off Midland Avenue and up an embankment, ...


Xcel: Natural gas plan nothing new

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Plans by Xcel Energy to replace coal-fired plants in the metro Denver area have coal miners in northwest Colorado upset, but the energy mix it’s proposing isn’t all that new, company officials said. The company’s proposal to ...


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Employers recruit from top systems of education

By Emily Shockley

Improving education is just smart for the local economy, said the head of local economic development. Grand Junction Economic Partnership Chief Executive Officer and President Ann Driggers would love to see the Grand Valley become an ...


Clifton school gets $2.6 million to boost scores

By Emily Shockley

Clifton Elementary School will receive $2.6 million in federal grant money to help the school improve student performance. Colorado Education Commissioner Dwight Jones announced Tuesday approval of the school’s plan for improvement, a ...


City saves money on scaled-back calendar

By Amy Hamilton

After creating a colorful, scenic calendar for the past decade, the city of Grand Junction this year is paring down the publication in an effort to save money. Photos in the calendar will be reproduced in black and white, and photographers ...


Briefs, Sept. 1, 2010

By Staff

Paving in the eastbound lanes of North Avenue between First Street and Seventh Street will resume tonight. The eastbound lanes were scheduled to be repaved last weekend, however rain on Saturday delayed the project, followed by equipment ...


A visitors’ guide to Grand Junction roads

By Steve Beauregard

It’s always interesting when your out-of-town guests — arriving in Grand Junction for the first time — call you from their cell phone, asking for directions: Visitor: Hi! Marge and I need directions on where to meet you for ...


Blotter, Sept. 1, 2010

By Staff

High winds injure worker The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department was called Monday to the 3400 block of Silverstone Court in Whitewater to assist with a construction worker who reportedly was knocked off an unfinished home by high winds. ...


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