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County sees first West Nile virus death of 2010

By Charles Ashby

The Mesa County Health Department said today it’s received confirmation that an elderly man from the county died due to the West Nile virus, making it the first reported death in the county from the deadly virus this year. The ...


Group sues over Cotter uranium mill cleanup

By The AP

DENVER — A citizens group has filed a lawsuit accusing Colorado regulators of failing to require Cotter Corp. to set aside enough money to clean up its uranium mill in Canon City. Colorado Citizens Against Toxic Waste filed the lawsuit ...


Tiara Rado Ladies’ Club Golf Results Continued September 15 and 22, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - September 15 and 22, 2010 Eclectic-Flight 1 1st Deb Kirch 61 2nd Lyn Fraser 62 T3rd Lynn ...


Chipeta Ladies League September 22, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - September 22, 2010 Tournament of Champions 1st Gross Christy Davidson   2nd Gross Diane Elwer   3rd ...


Pot advocates rally for grower facing federal case

By The AP

DENVER — A suburban Denver pot grower who faces federal drug charges is making his case for why he should be able to use state medical marijuana law in his defense. Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to ban Christopher Bartkowicz ...


Aug. 19 cold front was ‘fuse to a powder keg,’ Grand Junction meteorologist says

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A cold front moving across Utah and into Colorado in the middle of the August monsoon season was something of a disaster going somewhere to happen. As it happened, the slow-moving disaster on Aug. 19 took place in sparsely populated areas of ...


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Gold prices steadily rise, luring some to pan river

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Gold prices are driving some people north to Alaska, or at least the Pacific Northwest, and others to businesses where precious metals are the stock in trade. “It’s called no confidence in the dollar,” said Teresa Mays, ...


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Rescue Mission seeks funding for men’s dormitory renovation

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction Rescue Mission needs $58,000 to pay off a remodeling project that will double capacity in one of its shelter spaces. Remodeling work began nearly one month ago on the dormitory-style building two lots west of the ...


No charges in fatal motorcycle accident

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department on Tuesday said the driver of a pickup that collided with a motorcyclist in a fatal accident near Mesa Mall earlier this month will not face charges. An investigation showed the rider of a Kawasaki Ninja ...


Law enforcement accepting unused pills

By Amy Hamilton

It’s no secret that prescription medication abuse has tightened its grip on the nation. According to authorities, the most direct route for unused pills ending up in the wrong hands often starts at home, when the pills are stolen from or ...


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