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Williams to spend $150M to boost gas liquids recovery

By Dennis Webb

Plans by Williams to spend $150 million to expand its Parachute-area natural gas processing plant illustrate how worthwhile it can be to be able to remove and sell gas liquids. The expansion comes in response to a shortage of cryogenic ...


The bare truth about the teddy bear

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — President Theodore Roosevelt roped and rode and hunted in the West, but is there a link between the West, Roosevelt and the bear that bears his name? American children have a right to know. So here it is, the true ...


Watching the clock

By Rachel Sauer

Ultimately, Earth turns. The sun appears to rise, but really it is this planet spinning in orbit. Still, every morning in the east, the sun. Every evening in the west, the horizon swallows it. And the times between, well, that’s just ...

Adjust your pet’s diet to get them to a healthy weight

By Staff

It’s no secret that America has seen a rise in obesity across the spectrum of our population. Adults and children at every socioeconomic level are experiencing the costly health effects of unhealthy food decisions and sedentary ...


Sun to shine on Sue, her bonnet

By Sherida Warner

She’s a sweet little gal, though somewhat old-fashioned, and beloved as Grandmother’s crocheted doilies. She’s terribly shy, rarely shows her face, or her ankles, for that matter. She wears long, billowy dresses and covers ...

Death notices, March 11. 2012

By Staff

■ Luke Allen Bagley Jr., 78, Palisade, died March 6, 2012. Services are pending with Palisade Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, June; two sons, Luke Allen III and Samuel; two daughters, Jerrie Julius and Patricia Murray; one ...

You Said It, March 11, 2012

By Staff

The Department of Agriculture, Division of Food Stamps, is pleased to announce they are distributing the greatest amount of food stamps ever. At the same time, the Department of Agriculture’s Park Service Division is asking people ...

Blotter, March 11, 2012

By Staff

Gun found in mailbox The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department was called March 1 on a report about a gun that was found inside a community mailbox. A location was not specified. While an investigation determined who placed it there, the ...

Man suspected in Fruita liquor-store heist

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man skipped out on a bar tab Friday night, then robbed a next-door liquor store while claiming to have a gun, according to an arrest affidavit. Michael D. Stepp, 38, was booked at the Mesa County Jail on suspicion of aggravated ...


Palisade High becomes destination for ImagiNation

By Paul Shockley

Wearing a silver-painted, cardboard, robot costume, 9-year-old Ethan Mackley waddled toward the crowd. “I used to be a terrible robot,” Ethan declared in the opening lines of his group’s skit Saturday ...

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