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Camps heighten kids’ knowledge of science, math

By Daniel Humphries

Think your kids are the next Albert Einstein or Madame Curie? Want to test their scientific prowess and expand their knowledge of all things math and science? Look no further than the John McConnell Math and Science Center of Western ...

Email letters, June 10, 2011

By Staff

Scenic provides good role models It was recently brought to my attention that a board member has recommended that Scenic Elementary School be closed permanently. Our children deserve role models. Role models should be good upstanding people ...

Worker who died at mine was contractor’s employee; ID released

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The death of Fred Benally of Farmington, N.M., after a fall at the West Elk Mine remains under investigation by the Delta County coroner. The 53-year-old man who died Thursday at mine near Somerset was working on a structure associated with ...

Drilling in Utah natural gas field gets feds’ OK

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal officials announced Thursday that drilling could soon begin on a natural gas project in eastern Utah that could include nearly 3,700 wells, create thousands of jobs and increase concerns about dangerous levels of ...

Large wildfire in S. Colorado 50 percent contained

By The AP

LA JUNTA — A wildfire that has burned about 40 square miles in southern Colorado is roughly 50 percent contained. The fire is one of two burning on Fort Carson’s Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site. A 6,500-acre blaze also on the remote ...

Parents, providers try to block cuts for disabled

By The AP

DENVER — Parents and care providers are trying to block proposed deep cuts in state spending for developmentally disabled and autistic clients. Colorado lawmakers cut $8 million for the group beginning July 1. Lawmakers say the cuts ...

Ultimate Fitness closes after 15 years

By Charles Ashby

A poor economy and increased competition contributed to the closing of Ultimate Fitness Center in Grand Junction, its owners said Thursday. John Laffey, who owned and operated the 417 Monument Road center with his wife Cindy, said the two ...

Study of Grand Junction’s health-care system begins

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Academic study of the Grand Junction health-care system kicked off Thursday when physicians, employers, insurers and others sat down with the people who will study them. Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom met via video hookup from Indiana ...

Parents worry that Scenic school may close

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Joy Hudak chose her house in the eastern Redlands so her daughter could attend Scenic Elementary. Now, her soon-to-be third-grader may have to spend fifth-grade at another school. Hudak and fellow members of the school’s parent-teacher ...

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Clifton man sentenced for violent rape

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who authorities said threatened to have a woman deported before violently raping her last year may spend the rest of his life in prison. Justyn Tyme, 45, was sentenced by District Judge Thomas Deister to a term of ...

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