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Agency finds fault with citizen testing of air pollution near oil, gas drilling

By Dennis Webb

A state agency is casting doubts on recent community-based air testing that reportedly found toxic chemicals near natural gas drilling in Colorado and New Mexico, including hydrogen sulfide at a Garfield County home. “There are some ...


Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club August 2, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - August 2, 2011 2011 Ladies Club Championship - Flight 1 1st Gross Liz Kennedy 151 2nd Gross Lynn ...


E-mail letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

Monument could have hosted premier bike race The top three finishers of this year’s Tour de France recently announced their decisions to participate in Colorado’s USA Pro Challenge bike race August 22¬28. This is a race that ...


Grant to help document Bent’s New Fort role Sand Creek Massacre

By The AP

DENVER — The Southeast Colorado Regional Heritage Task Force has received a grant to help document the role of Bent’s New Fort in the Sand Creek Massacre. Bent’s New Fort was built in 1853 after the abandonment nearby of ...


Trainer arrested after dog beaten

By The AP

LOVELAND — A Loveland dog trainer has been charged with aggravated cruelty to animals after a witness told authorities that a dog was severely beaten. Ryan Matthews was arrested Saturday and posted a $500 cash bond. According to ...


Petitions ready to name peak after John Denver

By The AP

ASPEN — The organizer of an effort to name the eastern peak of Mount Sopris after the late John Denver says she has support from more than 2,800 people. J.P. McDaniel of Littleton says she will send application documents to the U.S. ...


070311 felony filings

Six-year slide in Mesa County felonies

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County is on pace for a sixth consecutive yearly decline in felony criminal prosecutions. Most law enforcement officials say it’s difficult to pinpoint reasons why. “Whatever’s happening nationally, it’s my ...


ASHLEY Troy

2 booked in region bank heists

By Paul Shockley

Two men confessed to robbing three western Colorado banks of more than a combined $20,000 during a two-month spree stretching from Rifle to Montrose, according to an arrest affidavit. Brandon Dewayne Smith, 33, 606 Darlene Court, and Troy ...


Junction rainfall four times greater than July of last year

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The early arrival of the monsoon in western Colorado soaked Grand Junction with the fourth-wettest July on record, and forecasters say the moist summer weather pattern should continue this month. The city received a total of 1.71 inches of ...


County sells 12 parcels of land to building materials contractor

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Mesa County commissioners approved a contract Monday to sell a chunk of land in south downtown Grand Junction to Whitewater Building Materials Corp., a precursor to moving Public Works Department offices and equipment to a new location near ...


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