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Commerce City to consider fracking moratorium

By The AP

COMMERCE CITY — Commerce City is considering a six-month ban on the drilling technique called hydraulic fracturing used by companies to free up more gas. City spokeswoman Michelle Halstead tells The Denver Post the hiatus would allow ...


Governor to host reception for families of deployed National Guard troops

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper is hosting a holiday reception for families of deployed Colorado National Guard members at the governor’s mansion. Children will do crafts at the historic house and get to meet and take pictures ...


BLM sued over Nevada wild horse castration, roundup plans

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — A coalition of conservationists and wild-horse activists is suing the government to block its implementation of a precedent-setting plan to castrate hundreds of wild stallions in eastern Nevada. The lawsuit, filed by the ...


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Motorcyclist dies in crash with SUV

By Melinda Mawdsley

A man was killed Sunday night after he crashed the motorcycle he was driving into the back of another vehicle near a busy Grand Junction roadway, authorities said. The man, who was not identified, was driving his motorcycle south on 25 1/2 ...


Proposals would reaffirm public ownership of water

By Charles Ashby

The state’s water is no longer owned by the people, and two Coloradans want to give it back to them. Phillip Doe of Littleton and Richard Hamilton of Fairplay have proposed two ballot measures for next year’s election that are ...


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Pablo’s Pizza in Fruita closing

By Paul Shockley

Ted Okey will toss his last pie New Year’s Eve. Okey said it looks like Dec. 31 will be the last day of business for the Pablo’s Pizza franchise in Fruita, which opened its doors in March 2006 at the Kokopelli Plaza, 456 ...


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Man arrested after child reports fight at home

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 36-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested Saturday night after a child called 911 to report that the man assaulted another adult at the residence, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Rickie Allen Morgan, 577 Kirby ...


Improvement of sound, video eyed for City Hall auditorium

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s auditorium at City Hall may look, sound and feel a little different in the new year. Aging equipment and the hall’s layout are due for a change, council members have said. Technical problems were most apparent ...


Blotter, Dec. 19, 2011

By Staff

Man in canal arrested Diego Martin Felix, 18, of Fort Collins, was arrested Saturday morning on suspicion of illegal consumption of alcohol by an underage person and assault of a police officer, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


Newt Gingrich’s latest ‘zany’ idea

By The Daily Sentinel

There probably aren’t many sentient Americans who haven’t adamantly disagreed with federal court rulings on some important issues — whether it’s Roe v. Wade, Gore v. Bush, prayer in public places, individual ownership ...


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