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Fracking regs could cost billions, industry claims

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Proposed federal regulations of hydraulic fracturing could cost Americans more than $1.6 billion annually, an industry organization said, prompting an environmental group to call it money well spent. The Western Energy Alliance on Tuesday ...


Udall: Pass wind tax credits now

By Matthew Berger

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall on Tuesday kicked off a campaign to convince Congress to pass the federal wind production tax credit that provides investment incentives for wind manufacturing in the U.S. The Colorado Democrat said he would make a speech ...


Hispanic group fears federal immigration presence again at Strawberry Days Festival

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement isn’t saying if it plans to make another appearance at Glenwood Springs’ annual Strawberry Days festival, where its actions drew some criticism last year. The Roaring Fork Valley immigrant ...


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All in the family

By Patti Arnold

Ryan Garvey has a famous baseball dad. He’s been around the game his whole life, even though his father, Steve Garvey, retired five years before Ryan was born. Ryan Garvey has experiences his new Grand Junction Rockies teammates ...


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Big Sky Open will draw top archers to GJ

By Dave Buchanan

Many of the nation’s top archers along with the best of the Western Slope and surrounding states are expected for the 32nd Big Sky Open archery tournament Friday-Sunday at the DoubleTree Hotel, 743 Horizon Drive. The three-day ...


12 JUCO players make All-American team

By Staff

Twelve players who played in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series made the National Junior College Athletics Association All-America team, the NJCAA announced Tuesday. Four of those players made the JUCO World Series Bus Bergman ...


NJCAA All-America teams, June 12, 2012

By Staff

NJCAA All-Americans First Team Jordan Allen, so., OF, Howard (Texas) College; Skylar Angood, so., OF, Pratt (Kan.) Community College; Alec Asher, so., P, Polk State (Fla.) College; Dylan Baker, so., P, Western Nevada College; Bruce Caldwell, ...


Local running results, June 12, 2012

By Staff

Water Tower Run Saturday 1. Lenny Staats 30:13 2. Bob Thome 38:02 3. Jerry Fay 38:04 4. Larry Ingram 38:07 5. Bryan Baroffio 38:37 6. Ernie Langelier 38:42 7. Suzie Steel 38:55 8. Chet Brown 39:19 9. Jay Krabcher 39:45 10. Rick ...


Blotter, June 13, 2012

By Staff

GarCo seeks sex offender The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information on the location of a convicted sexual offender who has a Battlement Mesa address but was last seen in Grand Junction. Jason Ture Hendrickson, ...


Getting It Right, June 13, 2012

By Staff

• An item in Tuesday’s Health & Wellness Briefs should have said a “Bucks for Bowen” massage fundraiser for Zachariah Walker will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday at Yoga West Collective. • Jim ...


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