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Salazar’s onshore drilling reform hailed by some Colorado officials

By Dennis Webb

Past U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management leaders are among 60 former federal and state land and wildlife officials who signed a letter supporting Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s proposed onshore oil and gas drilling ...


Gunnison Energy acquires oil, gas lease near Cedaredge

By Dennis Webb

Gunnison Energy bought a federal oil and gas lease Thursday for 765 acres in Delta County on the flanks of Grand Mesa north of Cedaredge. Gunnison paid the minimum allowable bid of $2 an acre for the lease rights Thursday at the Bureau of ...


GOP Senate candidate Buck responds to criticism, firing jabs of his own

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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck told about 60 supporters Thursday in Grand Junction that while he was campaigning on his GOP opponent’s home turf, Jane Norton was in Washington, D.C. Buck, the Weld County district attorney, ...


BP tries tube to siphon spewing Gulf oil to tanker

By The AP

Undersea robots tried to thread a small tube into the jagged pipe that is pouring oil into the Gulf of Mexico early Friday in BP’s latest attempt to cut down on the spill from a blown-out well that has pumped out more than 4 million ...


Vilsack approves Somerset mine’s methane vents

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has agreed to let the Elk Creek Mine drill 12 methane vent wells in an inventoried roadless area near Somerset. The U.S. Department of Agriculture initially caused confusion Thursday when it mistakenly ...


Grand Junction HS baseball moved to Sunday

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Due to heavy rain in the Denver area, the Grand Junction High School baseball team had its first round playoff game Saturday against Mountain Vista moved to Sunday. The game will still be played at 12:30 p.m. at Ralston Valley High School. ...


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Thousands given to support Special Olympics at MDS

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The clients at Mesa Developmental Services lost no more than $25 worth of recycling materials they had been collecting to support Special Olympics due to a burglarly in early-March. However, after a story reporting the crime ran in the March ...


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Stretch of interstate named in honor of Grand Junction man killed in Iraq

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The first 10 miles of Interstate 70 east of the Utah border will be named after a Grand Junction resident killed in the Iraq War three years ago. The Legislature approved a resolution Wednesday naming that section of the ...


Rocket, Long parks honored for preserving history

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This year, two area parks will receive the Historic Preservation Award from the Grand Junction Historic Preservation Board. The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Colorado Historical Society celebrate archaeology historic ...


Death Notices, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Hope Denece Carlson, 63, Surface Creek, died May 9, 2010, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. Services will be held at a later date. Survivors include one son, Martin Lacy of Grants Pass, Ore.; one daughter, Maria Johnson of Grants Pass, Ore.; ...


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