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Food-safety bill may face opposition of GOP senators

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A food-safety measure described by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., as needed to “finally bring food safety in this country into the 21st century” seems mired in constitutional issues that could require a second vote. It’s a ...

Two Grand Junction credit unions see merger as mutually beneficial

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Two Grand Junction credit unions are looking to merge into one, pressed by a variety of factors, including increasing regulation, officials said. Mt. Garfield Federal Credit Union, chartered in 1938, sought out a potential merger with Rio ...

Energy firms fined for permit violations

By Dennis Webb

Noble Energy and ExxonMobil Oil Corp. received minor fines for local drilling-permit violations in two of eight enforcement actions taken this week by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The actions marked a continuing effort by ...

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Fearsome foursome: Lage, Derrieux, Drake and Brady give GJ edge in SWL race

By Patrick Bahr

Not so long ago, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team was relying on a starting lineup of one senior, three sophomores and a freshman. Those three sophomores (Paula Lage, Fawn Brady and Stephanie Drake) are now seniors and the ...

Fed building project aims for ‘net zero’

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The 92-year-old Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building in downtown Grand Junction will be rebuilt from within to meet new energy-efficiency standards. Construction is to begin in February on a $12.3 million contract to replace the interior ...

Class 3A Western Slope League at a Glance

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Class 3A Western Slope League at a Glance ASPEN Coach: Jeremy Haack (5th year) 2009-10: 8-15 (4-12), lost to Pagosa Springs 45-34 in the first round of state playoffs. Key players: Bailey Everhart, Jr., F; Jonelle Berklund, Jr.; Anna ...

Glade Park School, AP fund up for grants

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Two organizations that benefit local students are in the running for $250,000 grants from the Pepsi Refresh Project. Each of the more than 300 projects vying for two $250,000 grants in December have all month to gather votes online or through ...

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Fundamental improvement: Gunther hopes focusing on the little things will result in big gains

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School girls basketball coach Toni Gunther has her team believing that “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.” “The kids are putting in more time and they want to see this hard work pay ...

Class 1A/2A Western Slope League At A Glance

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Class 1A/2A Western Slope League At A Glance CLASS 2A Hayden Coach: Eric Hamilton (2nd year) 2009-10: 15-8 (9-1), lost in first round of Region 5 tournament 59-52 to Hoehne. Key players: Delanie VeDepo, Sr., F; Erin Koehler, Jr. G/F; Kyra ...

Mesa lacrosse team adds pieces for 2012 season

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Mesa State’s men’s lacrosse team doesn’t play the first game of its inaugural season until Feb. 12, but coach A.J. Stevens isn’t wasting time building for the future. He’s signed 13 players for season two, ...

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