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Study looks at impacts of Flaming Gorge diversions

By The AP

DENVER — A study commissioned by an environmental policy group says diverting water from the Flaming Gorge Reservoir and Green River in Wyoming to Colorado could hurt tourism and recreation in the area, though effects could be ...


“The Bold and the Beautiful” on location in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — The cast of “The Bold and the Beautiful” is in Aspen to film some new episodes. Taping of the CBS soap opera starts Wednesday and runs through Friday. The Aspen Daily News reports the resort town will serve as the ...


Encana to sell part of pipeline business in Colo.

By The AP

NEW YORK — Encana Corp. said Wednesday that a subsidiary plans to sell part of its natural gas pipeline business for $590 million. Encana, based in Calgary, Canada, didn’t say who was buying the pipelines. The sale includes 260 ...


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Stabbing suspect posts bond, then is arrested again

By Paul Shockley

A combat veteran accused of stabbing four people after becoming upset about fireworks is facing new allegations that he forged a prescription to get drugs from the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Junction. Alejandro Olvera, 25, who ...


Enrollment dips at high schools within D51

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School District 51 administrators still are predicting flat enrollment for 2011–12 despite counting 39 fewer students Tuesday than they did the day after Labor Day 2010. On Aug. 30, the district counted 21,123 students, a 38-person ...


Organic farm plans big solar project

By Dennis Webb

The developer of an organic farm southeast of Rifle won approval Tuesday to build what he believes would be the largest privately owned solar-energy project in Colorado. Garfield County commissioners approved a proposal by Eagle Springs ...


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Palisade farmers weigh in with heavy crop of peaches

By Amy Hamilton

Farmers in Palisade have been producing some monster peaches this season, but Robert Helmer’s more than two decades in farming never produced the mammoth peach he now holds proudly. The Cresthaven peach that came through the packing ...


Buck campaigning again, pushes budget amendment

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Ken Buck, who sought unsuccessfully to unseat Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., last year, will campaign again in Grand Junction, this time for a balanced-budget amendment. An amendment to the Constitution requiring a balanced budget has struck a ...


Tigers climb to No. 2 in Class 5A state football poll

By Staff

Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens said last week the Tigers were embracing the preseason ranking of No. 4 in the state, but wanted to forge their own identity. So far, the Tigers’ 2011 identity is this: No. 2 in ...


Steinkirchner’s solid play lifts Bulldogs past Wildcats

By Staff

Audrey Steinkirchner’s 13 kills led Palisade to a sweep of Fruita Monument Tuesday night in a nonleague volleyball match at Fruita. The Bulldogs’ 6-foot-2 senior middle blocker also had nine digs in the 25-16, 25-19, 25-21 ...


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