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Utah family seeking $2M in boy killed by bear case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge in Salt Lake City is being asked to award $2 million to the family of an 11-year-old Pleasant Grove boy killed by a bear at an American Fork Canyon campsite in 2007. The Daily Herald of Provo reports ...


020711 taste of valley mojo

Preparations under way for culinary event

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s the annual event that brings out the best of the best in Grand Valley cuisine. “Some of these guys have a reputation to uphold,” said Amanda Crysler, development director for the United Way of Mesa County, as she ...


Ventilation causes sickness at Gunnison hockey tourney

By The AP

GUNNISON — Firefighters say an ice cleaning machine was the source of the carbon monoxide that sickened 54 people at a youth hockey tournament in western Colorado. Gunnison fire marshal Dennis Spritzer said today that the indoor ice ...


SustainAbility: Meetings on water, powerlines

By Adele Israel

This past Monday, I attended two events and couldn’t help but notice the contrast between them. One was a public scoping for a power transmission line and the other was a presentation about biofuels. Now I realize this is a lot like ...


Homegrown: Pinyon pine, aspen tree saplings

By Dennis Hill

Our pinyon pine has a black pine needle scale for which I spray acephate annually. It was free of the pest all year until now. My question is: What should I do now? Is the scale still active on the warmer days? — Paul Pine needle ...


020611 Horseplay

Helmets becoming part of the uniform for many equestrians

By Bob Silbernagel

Don’t expect the Grand Valley Dressage Society officers to be hard-headed when they meet this week and discuss new United States Equestrian Federation rules, adopted last month. “I think we will probably adopt their rules and ...


Utah: Guest worker permits proposed

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Illegal immigrants could apply for permits to work in Utah under a bill proposed in the Legislature. Republican Rep. Bill Wright of Holden says House Bill 116 helps the state identify illegal immigrants living in Utah ...


Colo. considers more physical activity in schools

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are starting work on what could be one of the nation’s most expansive requirements for physical activity in schools. A measure facing its first test today would require all elementary school students to ...


Palisade may ditch Clifton sewer project

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Once on track to invest millions of dollars to replace its sewer-treatment system, the town of Palisade is exploring an alternative that would cost taxpayers a fraction of that amount. Town trustees are scheduled to vote Tuesday on the new ...


020711 1a GJ DEPOT

Depot on track to restore veterans, building alike

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Wendy Hoffman believes there is no better group of people to help Grand Junction’s historic train depot than veterans who also could use some help. Hoffman, who serves as the local and national president of Blue Star Mothers and lives ...


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