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BLM extends period for comments on North Fork drilling

By Staff

People who wish to comment on the Bureau of Land Management’s study of about 30,000 acres in the North Fork Valley for natural gas drilling have an extra two weeks to submit comments. The comment period was to end Friday, but the bureau ...


GarCo will continue manager search; Teck passed up

By Dennis Webb

Former state Sen. Ron Teck won’t be the next Garfield County manager. Neither will the four other finalists for the job, after county commissioners decided Monday to pass on hiring any of them. “We need an individual that’s ...


Death Notices, April 4, 2012

By Staff

■ Dorothy M. Henrikson, 90, Grand Junction, died March 16, 2012, in Colorado Springs. Services will be at 1 p.m. April 27 at First Presbyterian Church. Burial will follow at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Ms. Henrikson was a municipal ...


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We now return to our regularly scheduled programming

By Steve Beauregard

So where were we? Oh, that’s right, quitting this column. Unfortunately, writing is about as addictive as meth. And just as profitable. In fact, they should make public service announcements for recovering writers, similar to those ...


Fruita voters reject pot shops

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Fruita residents overwhelmingly agreed Tuesday night to ban the sale of medical marijuana in the city, joining with voters in dozens of other municipalities across the state who have said no to commercial outlets for the drug. Final, ...


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Effort to save Palisade farms bearing fruit

By Amy Hamilton

Many of the peach and wine-grape orchards you see today in the Palisade area will be around for your grandkids and great-grandkids to enjoy. Thanks in part to the work of the Mesa Land Trust, five new parcels totaling 92 acres recently were ...


Blotter, April 4, 2012

By Staff

Man arrested in stabbing Matthew R. Williford, 27, 833 Logan Street, was arrested early Tuesday on suspicion of first-degree assault in heat of passion, after deputies responded to a report of a man who told 911 dispatchers he said ...


GJ’s defense shuts down Central on soccer field

By Matt Meyer

Zero is an absolute number. It leave leaves no room for debate, and to the Grand Junction girls soccer team, zero goals means they’re playing dominant defense. The Tigers took their dominant defense a step further Tuesday, when they ...


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Rally ‘Cats

By Nick Walter

The clean-up hitter came to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday, and so, naturally, someone needed to keep things in perspective. In the dugout at Canyon View Park, the man in “the hole,” ...


Sports in Brief: KidzPlex has six top-10s in Denver

By Staff

Local Gymnastics KidzPlex has six top-10s in Denver KidzPlex gymnasts recorded six top-10 places at USAG Level 7 State Championships in Denver last weekend. Gabrielle Donalson placed seventh in the all-around competition (36.15), was ...


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