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State snowpack level failing to improve

By Dennis Webb

Snowpack levels in the upper Colorado River Basin and the state as a whole remain below average with time running out for the situation to improve. The Natural Resources Conservation Service said today that snowpack percentages showed little ...


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‘Barbary Coast’ was early crime neighborhood of GJ

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The is the first in a series about a web of violence and vice in Grand Junction, or as some called it, “Little Chicago,” that came to a head in the late 1930s with the formation of a grand jury investigation. Chicago and New York ...


County signs off on $17.5M capital financing agreement

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Mesa County commissioners this morning unanimously approved a financing agreement that will fund $17.5 million worth of capital projects. Several residents criticized the county’s decision to go into debt a year before it was scheduled ...


Area births and marriages, through March 29, 2010

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Jose and Ayde Alvarez, Grand Junction, a daughter, March 19. Chris and Violet Lawrie, Grand Junction, a son, March 19. Sean Cohee and Sharray Stubbs, Fruita, a daughter, March 21. Clinton and ...


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Ouray woman turns eggshells into pieces of art

By Melinda Mawdsley

Eggs can be scrambled, fried and whipped into a meringue. However, in Carla Ute Kelly’s Ouray home, eggs double as night lights or fountains. For more than three years, Kelly, 65, has carved intricate designs, scenes or animal figures ...


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Student of the Week: Tanner Chapin, FMHS senior

By Staff

Name: Tanner Chapin School: Fruita Monument High School GPA: 4.102 After-school activities: Lifeguard, cross country, swimming. Favorite book: “The Last American Man” by Elizabeth Gilbert. Favorite show: “Nitro ...


Fruita, Palisade, other Colo. communities holding local elections Tuesday

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado voters are going to the polls on Tuesday for local elections to decide issues like sales taxes and term limits. The Colorado Municipal League says voters in at least 134 cities and towns will be voting on candidates ...


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GJ Special Olympics team brings home medals

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Special Olympics team Team Powderhorn recently brought back 18 gold, silver and bronze medals from the 2010 Special Olympic Winter Games at Copper Mountain. Eighteen of the 19 team members won medals in every division ...


Leads in Greeley missing girl case top 240

By The AP

GREELEY — Authorities in Greeley have received more than 240 leads in the case of a missing 12-year-old girl. Kayleah Wilson Kayleah Wilson was last seen on the afternoon of March 28 when she left home to walk to a friend’s ...


Blustery, rainy day in store

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The Grand Valley and other parts of western Colorado and eastern Utah are under a wind advisory today, as another Pacific storm moves into the area, bringing with it high winds and a good chance rain today and tomorrow. The advisory is in ...


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