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Mount Garfield survey begins

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Mesa County officials are considering how best to protect the view of Mount Garfield, named for the nation’s 20th president, who was assassinated in 1881, just as the Grand Valley was opened for settlement. The bluff overlooking the ...

Telluride residents speak out on federal uranium leases

By The AP

TELLURIDE — The U.S. Department of Energy is wrapping up public meetings regarding a program that leases federal land for uranium development in Colorado. The Telluride Daily Planet reports that at one meeting Tuesday in Telluride, the ...

Sports Authority Field? Invesco may be in for a name change

By The AP

DENVER — Invesco Field at Mile High may be in for a name change. Englewood-based sporting goods company Sports Authority is negotiating with Invesco Ltd., the Broncos and the Metropolitan Football Stadium District to assume naming ...


Cosgrove Fire nearly 400 acres, still growing

By Melinda Mawdsley

A wildfire burning in a remote region north of Grand Junction continues to grow. The Cosgrove Fire is now nearly 400 acres, according to Norm Rooker, spokesman with Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management. Originally reported ...

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Fidelity Mortgage bought out

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Longtime Grand Junction mortgage lending company Fidelity Mortgage has been bought by Roswell, N.M.-based PSM Holdings Inc., an acquisition Fidelity principals say will allow the company to expand the type of loans it offers and hire more ...

Group ready to support levy override for SD51

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Friends of District 51, the community group that campaigned for District 51 bond issues in 2004 and 2008, is back and ready for another ballot measure. The District 51 school board has until Sept. 2 to decide whether to move forward with a ...


Man gets 12 years for giving daughters pot

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who admitted to regularly providing marijuana for his two daughters, ages 6 and 7, was sentenced Wednesday to serve 12 years in prison. District Judge Valerie Robison’s sentence was handed down Wednesday in the case ...

Gessler’s proposal to change rules gets mixed review

By Charles Ashby

Secretary of State Scott Gessler is proposing election rule changes that are winning support from some and condemnation from others. Among the proposed new rules, most of which are minor technical changes, is a provision barring clerks from ...

Business Briefcase, Aug. 11, 2011

By Staff

Ramada Inn Grand Junction, 752 Horizon Drive, recently was awarded “The Best of 2011” award by Ramada Worldwide, placing the hotel among the best that the brand has to offer among its nearly 900 hotels. Among the criteria to win ...

Death Notices, Aug. 11, 2011

By Staff

Lawrence “Larry” Brown Jr., 81, Fruita, died Aug. 8, 2011, at LaVilla Grande Care Center. Services will be held at a later date in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Brown was an X-ray technician for the U.S. government. Survivors include his ...

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