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Spill discovered at suspect well pad

By Staff

A spill of oil and gas contaminants has been discovered at a well pad that has been the focus of an investigation into pollution of spring water at a cabin northwest of Parachute. Chris Canfield, an environmental protection specialist in ...


Pricing differs for oil, natural gas

By Staff

When oil kicked off 2010 on Monday by trading at more than $81 a barrel, the price of natural gas posted an increase as well. But industry experts in Colorado say it would be a mistake to assume the two commodities’ values march in ...


Downtown work zone merchants gird for 6-month closure

By Emily Shockley

Business owners in the 100, 200 and 300 blocks of Main Street are offering customers extra incentives to navigate the construction outside during the next six months. Sidewalks are still open, but Main Street in front of the stores will be ...


Fruita woman charged with stealing animal that was tortured, killed

By Paul Shockley

A local woman is accused in the theft of a dog that was later tortured and killed on Colorado National Monument. Melissa Lockhart, 32, of Fruita, surrendered Saturday at Mesa County Jail on an arrest warrant issued in Delta on charges of ...


Sports in Brief: Herl receives RMAC honor

By Staff

College Basketball Herl receives RMAC honor Mesa State senior Jase Herl is the RMAC West Division player of the week. The guard from Goodland, Kan., led the Mavericks with a game-high 19 points and five steals in a 72-61 victory over ...


High school basketball league play gets started

By Staff

This weekend marks the beginning of the important games for boys and girls basketball teams in the Western Slope League Classes 4A, 3A and 2A/1A. Although most coaches will say “every game is important,” these are the ones that ...


Lack of salary cap could help Broncos

By Staff

Bronco bits ‘n’ pieces … There is much uncertainty in the National Football League regarding the 2010 season. Barring a quick and seemingly miraculous series of bargaining sessions between players and owners, there will ...


Mesa Developmental Services clients prepare for move

By Amy Hamilton

Travis Flowers has lived most of his life in the skilled nursing unit of Grand Junction’s Regional Center. With the closing of that unit because of state budget cuts, Flowers, and 23 others living there, will move into three new homes ...


Residents request Seventh Street code ruling

By Emily Shockley

A new proposal presented Monday to Grand Junction City Council members would require residents of the city’s Seventh Street Historical District to get approval from the council before changing how their property is used. City code ...


Arraignment postponed for suspect in fraud case

By Paul Shockley

Just over two weeks after his arrest, the former head of Valley Investments is still without an attorney. Philip Lochmiller, 61, was ordered Monday to return to court on Thursday, by which time he may have a court-appointed attorney willing ...


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