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New generation biofuels are more farm-friendly

By Staff

There’s an old adage that says “agriculture is the only profession that buys retail and sells wholesale,” and producers of the Colorado’s West Slope are no strangers to this challenge. Even with grain prices soaring, ...


Colorado left out of NCAA tournament

By The AP

LONGMONT — The festive mood at Colorado coach Tad Boyle’s watch party Sunday quickly turned sullen after the Buffaloes were left out of the NCAA tournament. Colorado was hoping to make the tournament for the first time since 2003. ...


Climber dead, brother rescued in Utah canyon

By The AP

HANKSVILLE, Utah — Authorities say a 70-year-old Colorado man died in a climbing accident but his 57-year-old brother was rescued after being stranded for at least three days on a ledge in a remote Utah canyon. Wayne County ...


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Taiwanese pianist wins young artist competition

By Melinda Mawdsley

The power of the piano was unleashed Sunday. With styles that were equally aggressive and enchanting, the three finalists in the annual Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition wowed an audience — and judges — ...


15 apply for county administrator position

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Four months after trying and failing to agree on a new county administrator, Mesa County commissioners are giving it another go and plan to interview candidates next month. The county is accepting applications through Friday. As of the end of ...


Parties cancel each other out in Statehouse

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — As the 2011 legislative session reached its midway point last week, the only thing lawmakers from both parties agreed they’ve been really successful at so far has been in killing each other’s bills. As of today, the ...


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Beekeepers drawn to new area group

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The room was buzzing as nearly four-dozen people gathered recently to discuss starting a beekeepers association in the Grand Valley. “We were really surprised at how many people showed up,” said Ryan Hudson, who teaches bee ...


Measure would put courts in bail bond business

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Judicial districts around the state could go into the bail-bonding business under a bill that has private bail bonders worried their industry is under attack. A bill working its ways through the Colorado Legislature would allow ...


Western Slope politicians make some headway

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Despite the number of bills that have been killed right out of the chute so far in the 2011 session, at least two local lawmakers had some success in getting their ideas passed. Freshmen Reps. Don Coram, R-Montrose, and Ray ...


District 51 online school passes pilot test, expands

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After one year as a pilot program, Grande River Virtual Academy officially will become a part of School District 51’s permanent academic options this fall. The online school debuted in fall 2010 as a program for ninth- through ...


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