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SustainAbility: Recycling plastics

By Adele Israel

Williams’ natural gas rig No. 280 was not what I expected. When I caught up with the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce Rig Tour last Tuesday, I was bracing for a loud, assaulting experience. The reality was just the opposite. The ...


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Ay, Chihuahua: Making room for new family pet

By Annie Payne

I broke one of the cardinal rules of marriage. Don’t get a new pet while your spouse is out of town. But this little Chihuahua/mini-pincher literally walked right into my life. I was at a friend’s house checking out the Taj Mahal ...


Colorado submits second bid for school funding

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is taking another shot at winning millions of dollars for education reforms. Officials plan to submit the state’s application today for the second round of the Obama administration’s Race to the Top ...


Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Night June 1, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Tuesday Night Men's Club - June 1, 2010 Low Gross/Net 1st Gross Jack Buford 35 2nd Gross Kris Hiatt 36 3rd Gross Kurt ...


Two held on suspicion of armed robbery, menacing

By Paul Shockley

Two teenagers were arrested Monday on allegations they robbed another person at gunpoint before brandishing a gun at another location on Orchard Mesa, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Dustin Jay Dees, 19, and Samantha Ann ...


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Local Daughters of the American Revolution chapter celebrates 100 years

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Some of the blood that runs through Lori-Ann Parrott’s veins ran through those of Francis Scott Key. Some of the strands of DNA that make Parrott, a U.S. Air Force veteran, also made Frederick P. Chatard something of what he was: a ...


Xcel Energy 2-tier rate plan starts Tuesday

By The AP

DENVER — Xcel Energy’s two-tiered rate plan aimed at encouraging customers to cut electricity use during the summer begins Tuesday. Customers will be charged the lower rate of 0.098 per kilowatt hour for the first 500-kilowatt ...


Fort Collins officials suspend river search for Indiana man

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Rescue crews have ended their search for a 25-year-old Indiana man who fell from an inner tube into Colorado’s Cache la Poudre River. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office says Brandon Bowie of Gary, Ind., was ...


Police replace tent homes

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Grand Junction police have given 11 new tents to a group of transients in connection with an investigation of allegations that three officers damaged their property in early May. Jacob Richards, who filed a formal complaint earlier this month ...


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Money woes may slow tailings cleanup

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Cleanup of the 16-million ton uranium mill-tailings pile near Moab, Utah, could be slowed for lack of funding, the head of the project said. The U.S. Department of Energy cleanup that is hauling the pile north to Crescent Junction was helped ...


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