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Cops probe Harley Davidson thefts

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating the apparent theft of a pair of Harley Davidson motorcycles. The motorcycles, with a combined value topping $30,000, were reported missing by staff Jan. 10 arriving at work at the Grand ...


Email letters, Jan. 20, 2012

By Staff

Revisiting resource plan is a step in the right direction The West Slope Colorado Oil & Gas Association offers a huge thanks to Gov. John Hickenlooper, Congressman Scott Tipton, Sen. Mark Udall and Sen. Michael Bennet for agreeing the ...


Calendar, Jan. 20-26

By Staff

FRIDAY, JAN. 20 Riders in the Sky, 7:30 p.m., Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St., $25, $30, $35 reserved seats, tickets at Back Porch Music, local City Market stores and http://www.ticketswest.com, charge by phone, 243-8497. Thomasina Brown ...


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Deadly confrontation in Utah took place shortly before GJ incorporated

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Pinhook battleground is the southeastern Utah site of the largest and most tragic Indian-white confrontation ever in terms of numbers killed. The Pinhook Battle took place on June 15, 1881, just three months before the town of Grand Junction ...


Aspen reviewing campaign finance complaint

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen officials say the backers of a ballot referendum to stop the city’s Castle Creek hydroelectric project may have to disclose who has been funding an advertising blitz. Aspen city attorneys say campaign finance rules ...


GarCo death investigated as homicide

By Dennis Webb

Authorities continue to investigate a shooting early Saturday morning that left a 30-year-old man dead in Battlement Mesa. Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario said the investigation is focusing on whether the shooting was accidental or ...


Drilling lags on BLM land, report shows

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Federal policy appears to be putting a damper on drilling on public lands in the West, a report by a Grand Junction-based company says. Environmental organizations quickly dismissed the findings of the study, saying oil and gas companies are ...


Colorado GOP: Repeal federal health care law

By Charles Ashby

Hoping to send a message to Congress, the Republican-controlled Colorado House approved a nonbinding resolution Thursday calling for a federal constitutional convention to repeal the controversial health care reform act. The resolution, which ...


Pipeline under river proposed near Rifle

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is considering a second natural gas pipeline proposal in as many months involving a bore under the Colorado River west of Rifle. Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc., is proposing a buried 24-inch-diameter, 11.2-mile ...


Young Naturalist awardee gets burned in spotlight

By Gary McCallister

Whatever happened to the citizen-scientist? All a person really has to do to be a scientist is have an idea and do an experiment to see if it works. Usually it doesn’t. Or maybe that’s just my limited experience. In any case, the ...


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