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UPDATE: County offers to buy former City Market warehouse

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Mesa County made an offer this morning to purchase the former City Market headquarters and warehouse in downtown Grand Junction, hoping to consolidate several departments and offices there and free up money for capital projects. County ...


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Taste of the Grand Valley 2010

By Dean Humphrey

Hundreds of hungry people sampled cuisine from the across the Grand Valley  ...


Lawmakers trying to protect river rafters

By The AP

DENVER — Wearing life vests and carrying paddles, commercial Colorado river rafters vowed Monday to fight for their right to navigate the state’s whitewater rivers after a Texas development company threatened to shut them down. At ...


Forest Service to spend $30 milion in beetle battle

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The U.S. Forest Service will spend $30 million to attack the bark beetle infestation that has denuded 2 million acres of national forest lands in Colorado. Colorado senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet, both Democrats, announced today that ...


Sheen formally charged in Aspen; judge allows contact with wife

By Dennis Webb

Freed of a no-contact order, Charlie Sheen warmly hugged his wife following brief proceedings in an Aspen courtroom this afternoon. Prosecutors today also brought formal charges against the actor, including a felony menacing count, in ...


Charlie and Brooke Sheen arrive in court

By The AP

ASPEN — Actor Charlie Sheen and his wife have arrived at a courthouse in Aspen, as he faces domestic violence allegations. The two arrived separately Monday, and only the judge can determine if they can leave together. The star of ...


Biologists check report of wolf pack near De Beque

By The AP

DENVER — Biologists working with the owners of a western Colorado ranch are trying to determine if wolves have settled there. Biologists consulting for the High Lonesome Ranch north of DeBeque, about 200 miles west of Denver, said they ...


Our psychological line of scrimmage is always moving

By Guest Columnist

We change in response to the realignment of psychological forces in our lives. These forces can be represented as arrows pushing us toward some goal (driving forces) or pushing in the opposite direction (restraining forces). If the number and ...


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Rangely couple shares their story of love, faith

By Ann Wright

One of the things about Vicki Reed that caught Phil Brown’s eye 27 years ago was the way she walked. He can’t describe it, exactly. It was unique. Vicki was and is “just really darn good looking,” Phil said. But he ...


Get rid of the grass before gardening

By Dennis Hill

I would like to expand our garden into a grassy area of our lawn. While I can rent a sod cutter to get most of the grass, what should I use to permanently get rid of the grass before I plant the garden this spring? Thanks. — ...


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