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Call out for volunteers to lead nature tours

By Dave Buchanan

Kids flock to see birds and nature, and you can help. The Grand Valley Audubon Society is looking for a few children-friendly volunteers to lead fifth-grade students on nature tours during their visits to the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory ...


Hunters: Watch out for grizzlies

By Staff

FISH DEPARTMENT If you are heading to Wyoming for a bit of big-game hunting this fall, be bear aware. Researchers are saying whitebark pine tree cone production this year is poor, which could mean an increase in bear conflicts — ...


Fall colors: Grapes turn red, yellow

By Dave Buchanan

Late summer brings veraison to Colorado’s vineyards. This is the time when grapes change from green to red or yellow and develop their characteristic mature colors. It’s also the time when a grapevine changes its focus, if you ...


Meeting in Montrose today will reveal findings about EXTRA Aircraft

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Commission this afternoon will reveal the findings of a study about EXTRA Aircraft, a German-based aviation company that chose Montrose as the city where it wants to manufacture its light aircraft. The ...


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Job fair to focus on local employment opportunities

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The annual Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce’s Job Fair is focusing on keeping jobs local this year, and organizers have invited those who help move the local economy to offer open positions to local workers. “One of our largest ...


Fans, felons and profanities? Must be football season

By Steve Beauregard

A woman approached me at City Market the other day and asked if I was going to do another football column like last year, which was sort of weird considering I didn’t do a football column last year. But I didn’t say anything to her ...


Forest Service maps out plan of attack on beetles

By The AP

DENVER — The U.S. Forest Service will cut more than 14,000 acres of trees near communities and in more than 350 recreation sites as it deals with damage from an insect epidemic that has killed millions of acres of pines in Colorado and ...


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Trial set for woman in fatal stabbing

By Amy Hamilton

A trial has been set for November for a woman accused of stabbing a man to death and trying to hire a hit man to kill witnesses in the case. Attorneys on both sides in the case of Amy Adamson were unable to reach a plea agreement Tuesday, so ...


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Forest Service takes to trails in beetle aftermath

By Dennis Webb

That favorite trail, jeep road or campground you visit in Colorado’s high country soon may take on a starkly different look. The bark beetle has done more than turn some 3.5 million acres of national forest in Colorado and Wyoming from ...


Energy audit funds available to business

By Emily Shockley

Local chambers of commerce hope to help about 30 Grand Valley businesses receive energy audits of their buildings for free. The chambers of Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade held a news conference Tuesday to announce the Greenback$ program, ...


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