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Proposed state regulations will be costly, unnecessary for West Slope

By Guest Columnist

On Monday, the Grand Valley Drainage District will ask, along with many others across the state, that the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission not adopt the proposed changes to Regulations 31 and 85 recommended by the Water Quality ...


Natural gas liquids help keep local drilling afloat

By Dennis Webb

Products that heat up barbecue grills, fuel cigarette lighters and create the plastics so central to daily life now have another big job to do. Known as natural gas liquids, propane, butane and ethane are helping keep afloat a local energy ...

For the Record, March 11, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Travis and Jennifer Shelton, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. 23. Jeremy and Ann-Jeanette Martin, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. 24. Isaac Rickard and Samantha Wittern, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. ...


Commercial real estate regaining life in valley

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Mired in the deep freeze of the recession for the last three years, the Grand Valley commercial real estate market is showing signs of thawing. Local real estate agents and title company executives say their phones are ringing, and leasing ...

Legislature at halfway mark, mostly focused on job creation

By Charles Ashby

Republicans who control the Colorado House say the 2012 legislative session, which has reached its halfway mark, has been a successful one so far. Democrats say it has been nothing short of a party-line massacre. Minority Leader Mark ...

Religion Briefs, March 11, 2012

By Staff

Lutheran church to have rummage sale American Lutheran Church will have a fundraising rummage sale March 16-17 and will accept donations for the sale starting Monday. The sale is 9 a.m.–5 p.m. March 16 and 9 a.m.–2 p.m. March ...

Williams to spend $150M to boost gas liquids recovery

By Dennis Webb

Plans by Williams to spend $150 million to expand its Parachute-area natural gas processing plant illustrate how worthwhile it can be to be able to remove and sell gas liquids. The expansion comes in response to a shortage of cryogenic ...


The bare truth about the teddy bear

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — President Theodore Roosevelt roped and rode and hunted in the West, but is there a link between the West, Roosevelt and the bear that bears his name? American children have a right to know. So here it is, the true ...


Watching the clock

By Rachel Sauer

Ultimately, Earth turns. The sun appears to rise, but really it is this planet spinning in orbit. Still, every morning in the east, the sun. Every evening in the west, the horizon swallows it. And the times between, well, that’s just ...

Adjust your pet’s diet to get them to a healthy weight

By Staff

It’s no secret that America has seen a rise in obesity across the spectrum of our population. Adults and children at every socioeconomic level are experiencing the costly health effects of unhealthy food decisions and sedentary ...

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