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Both sides of oil shale presented

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Fourteen Grand Valley high school students saw dueling visions of the future of oil shale Tuesday night at Colorado Mesa University. Oil shale, one expert said, is emerging from the “too-hard-to-do file.” There’s a reason ...


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OutFit: Spring handbags

By Ivy Parnasius

Nothing gets my heart racing like the new spring handbags, and this season is no exception. Some updates include a smaller size, canvas rather than leather and whimsical patterns and color blocking. Oversized bags are taking a backseat to ...


Bishop backs lower tuition for immigrants

By Charles Ashby

Tillie Bishop reserves the right to change his mind, and that’s exactly what he has done. The former state lawmaker and current member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents now believes the children of illegal immigrants should ...


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18-year-old will be prosecuted as adult in killing of mom’s dog

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction teenager accused of mutilating a dog and hanging its carcass from a public bridge over the Colorado River will be prosecuted as an adult, the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday. Joseph Nelson, 18, who ...


Mesa County ends 2011 with 9 percent unemployment

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Mesa County’s unemployment rate finished the last month of 2011 at 9 percent, half of a percentage point above where the rate had been for the previous three months. Colorado’s unemployment rate also increased, from 7.8 percent in ...


Robinson’s solid game helps Tigers top Sanchez, Warriors

By Matt Meyer

It took the Central High School boys basketball team six minutes Tuesday to score a point. It took the Warriors 10 minutes to make a field goal. But the Warriors did not quit, falling short to rival Grand Junction 65-51. After the rough ...


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January storm revives hopes for ski season

By Dave Buchanan

Friday’s press release from Colorado Ski Country USA contained expected news for snow watchers across the state. What wasn’t expected were the almost immediate and very welcome results. Ski Country said the 22 ski and snowboard ...


Printed letters, Jan. 26, 2012

By Staff

When Occupier Penni Palthe criticized Rep. Scott Tipton because his House Resolution 3225 amounted to “coercive tactics,” “forcing people to trade off their children’s health for education,” she, like so many ...


Rubalcaba, Dennis pick their schools

By Nick Walter

Sean Rubalcaba and Jerreon Dennis, teammates on this fall’s Grand Junction High football team that reached the Class 5A state quarterfinals, have made verbal commitments to play college football. However, they won’t be playing ...


Beeson will try to keep job as DA in 9th Judicial District

By Dennis Webb

Republican Martin Beeson said this week he will run for re-election as district attorney for the 9th Judicial District, which covers Garfield, Rio Blanco and Pitkin counties. The Rifle resident will seek his second full term. He first took ...


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