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Printed letters, April 7, 2010

By Staff

Voters should send Salazar a message I was totally floored and offended while reading John Salazar’s campaign promoter, columnist Bill Grant, mindlessly spew his nonsense March 31 about why Colorado should support our so-called ...


Printed letters, April 7, 2010

By Staff

Voters should send Salazar a message I was totally floored and offended while reading John Salazar’s campaign promoter, columnist Bill Grant, mindlessly spew his nonsense March 31 about why Colorado should support our so-called ...


BLM seeking input on energy proposal near Whitewater

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public opinion on a proposal to develop oil and natural gas resources on more than 90,000 acres between Grand Junction and Delta. According to the BLM, Fram Operating, LLC, has proposed a Whitewater ...


BLM seeking advisory council members

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking nominations for its two Resource Advisory Councils in western Colorado. The 15-member citizen councils are appointed by the Secretary of the Interior to advise the BLM on public land management ...


Prep golf postponed in Montrose

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Due to weather issues in Montrose, the Montrose Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Course has been postponed until Thursday. Grand Junction and Central are scheduled to play in the tournament. Wednesday’s Delta Invitational at ...


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Lake Powell fishing: Expect largemouth excitement to break soon

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,619 msl Water Temperature 52-56 F The first largemouth bass has been seen tidying up a nest site.  That heralds the beginning of spring fishing excitement. The largemouth bass spawn during the next 4 weeks will create ...


Colo. to dole out $18M for energy-saving measures

By The AP

DENVER — The Governor’s Energy Office is kicking off a campaign making $18 million in rebates available for Coloradans to buy energy-saving appliances and make their homes more energy efficient. Energy Office Director Tom Plant ...


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DA: Case dropped against House candidate cited for gun

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger today said his office will move to dismiss a gun charge lodged over the weekend against Grand Junction resident David Cox, saying they can’t prove he was under the influence of alcohol when he was ...


Ritter submits revamped roadless rule

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter today submitted to the federal government a revamped version of a state proposal for managing 4.2 million acres of roadless national forests in Colorado. Compared to the state’s 2009 draft revised rule, the revised ...


Expect breezy, cool day; freeze tonight

By Amy Hamilton

Wind that roared through the Grand Valley last night is expected to continue through today with wind gusts expected at up to 35 mph today. There is a 50 percent chance of precipitation today with rain or snow of less than a half inch ...


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