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Ex-cop cites discrimination in lawsuit against Parachute

By Dennis Webb

A former Parachute police officer is suing the town for gender discrimination, saying she was berated by a supervisor for being a female and fired after she complained to the police chief and town manager. Kristy Kolecki alleges in her ...


Delta Petroleum files for bankruptcy

By Dennis Webb

Delta Petroleum is seeking to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Denver-based company, which holds oil and gas leases for the equivalent of about 22,000 acres in the Collbran area, filed voluntary petitions for relief in U.S. ...


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Rug gallery going out of business

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A flood, a trade embargo and two years of construction convinced brothers Moe and Mori Torabbeigi to close their business, Persian Rug Gallery at 438 Main St. President Barack Obama signed a bill last year that banned U.S. businesses from ...


Basalt fire leaves 11 families homeless

By Paul Shockley

A fire Friday night gutted a Basalt apartment complex, leaving 11 families homeless and the western Colorado chapter of the American Red Cross scrambling to respond. Jerry Peetz, deputy chief of the Basalt Fire Department, said the department ...


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‘The Girl’ has our attention, like it or not

By Rachel Sauer

In these books, the sun rarely shines. It’s always dark, or seems to be — dark skies, dark corners, dark motives, dark souls. The light, when it gleams, is symbolic: a right and moral action, a dauntless crusade for justice, a tiny ...


Death notices, Dec. 18, 2011

By Staff

Gayle Smyth, 72, Grand Junction, died Nov. 21, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services were Nov. 30 at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Survivors include her son, Daniel Smyth of Phoenix; two daughters, Laura Smyth of ...


Garfield drilling steady, even with permits way down

By Dennis Webb

New state data show drilling activity in Garfield County has maintained a new normal over the past three years. The number of new drilling permits being issued in the county will end the year down significantly, but another measure — ...


You Said It, Dec. 18, 2011

By Staff

Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is something made in the USA, so others can have a nice Christmas. Signed, The Unemployed. To the person who is blasting Tim Tebow for his public prayers on the field: Yes, the Bible does say to pray ...


Police Blotter, Dec. 18, 2011

By Staff

Pot alleged at bus station Owen Barrington Foster, 54, of Los Angeles, was arrested Friday on suspicion of trafficking 19 pounds of suspected marijuana. Foster was a passenger on a Greyhound bus, en route to Chicago from Los Angeles, that ...


CMU hands Adams State first loss of the season

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Colorado Mesa withstood Adams State’s pressure to hand the Grizzlies their first loss of the season. The Mavericks hit 34 of 40 free throws in an 81-64 victory at Brownson Arena. MIchael Bear led CMU with 24 points. Mike Melillo and ...


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