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BLM: Cut oil shale lease land by tenfold

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management on Friday proposed cutting acreage available for potential oil shale leasing to one-tenth of the current amount in Colorado. Its proposal was developed late last year and represents a modification of what the ...


GOP rift has roots beyond Bradford’s DUI stop

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Laura Bradford is the unofficial leader of the House chorus. That means that whenever there’s a birthday for a fellow representative, the Collbran Republican leads the chorus in singing “Happy Birthday” on the floor of ...


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Ankle monitor didn’t stop Mesa killer

By Paul Shockley

The head of Mesa County Criminal Justice Services said Friday he didn’t yet know why a county-issued ankle monitor failed to warn anybody prior to the murder of a Mesa woman. Dennis Berry, director of the county’s Criminal ...


For The Record, Feb. 4, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Tye Carlos and Ashly Cook, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 18. Rich and Shelby Mumby, Fruita, a son, Jan. 18. Kevin Wade Belk and Ashton Ray Hulvey, Fruita a son, Jan. 19. Bhreon and Iviana Bynum, Grand ...


Think your first love makes you squirm? Try being enchanted with nematodes

By Gary McCallister

They say one never truly gets over a first love. Wait! No! Honey, I didn’t mean that. I am completely over what’s-her-name. Honest! I was speaking metaphorically, or something. Really! Listen for just a minute. What I meant to say ...


Religion Briefs, Feb. 4, 2012

By Staff

Buddhist meditation class begins today A new series of Buddhist meditation classes will begin today at Yoga West, 1025 Main St. The Healing Power of Meditation, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind will be from 1–2:30 this afternoon, with ...


Death Notice, Feb. 4, 2012

By Staff

■ Preston Paul Trower, 90, Grand Junction, died Feb. 2, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Palisade Funeral Home. Mr. Trower worked in the newspaper industry. Survivors include one daughter, Toni J. Ford ...


Mavs lose heartbreaker to Kearney

By Staff

The break the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team needed Friday night went right into the hands of Nebraska-Kearney’s Shelby Zimmerman. Clinging to a three-point lead with eight seconds remaining and with Tara Gehring ...


Grand Junction’s Kidd adds 500 freestyle to swimming state-qualifying stable

By Matt Meyer

Taylor Kidd has already qualified for the Class 5A state swimming championships in more events than every other swimmer in the Grand Valley combined. The dominant freshman added the 500-yard freestyle to her long list of qualifying times ...


Mesa wrestlers take down ninth-ranked Grizzlies

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Colorado Mesa won six matches, including one in the seventh overtime period to defeat No. 9-ranked Adams State College 22-17 in an RMAC dual Friday night at Brownson Arena. It was the Mavericks’ first win over Adams State since ...


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