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EPA holds Denver public meetings on oil, gas rules

By The AP

DENVER — Federal regulators are holding public meetings on air pollution standards for oil and gas operations as part of a settlement with two citizens groups. The first meetings were in the Dallas area Monday. The Environmental ...

More than 2,000 want Colo. marijuana licenses

By The AP

DENVER — More than 2,000 Colorado businesses, from growers to dispensaries, have applied for new state medical marijuana licenses. The applications were due Sunday and provide the first good sense of the size of Colorado’s medical ...

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McCain to stump for GOP hopeful Norton at weekend event in Grand Junction

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Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., will campaign for Jane Norton in Grand Junction on Sunday as her race for the U.S. Senate nears the finish line. Norton, a Grand Junction native, was the state chairwoman for McCain’s 2008 presidential ...

Hells Angels rumble through Gunnison, Mesa County

By Paul Shockley

Dozens of traffic tickets or arrests in just a few days might otherwise alarm Gunnison County Undersheriff Rick Besecker. But considering recent company, he’s happy. Last week, hundreds of members or want-to-be members of the notorious ...

Unaffiliated voters can still pick party for primary

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Unaffiliated voters who want a say in the primary election can register with a party and cast a ballot this week and on Election Day at either of two voter service centers that now are open. Voters also can update their affiliation, receive a ...

Rifle cop yelled, ‘Shots fired!’

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle police officer says the shattering of a rear window of a vehicle driven by an escaped Arizona convict was the first indication he had been shot at while trying to pull the man over early Sunday morning. He said he saw the window break ...

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Orchard Mesa gravel pit proposal revived

By Amy Hamilton

Get ready for what may be another rocky round of talks about a gravel pit proposal on Orchard Mesa. Members of the Grand Junction Planning Commission will have to reconsider a conditional-use permit for a gravel pit mining operation on 29 ...

Donations to McInnis drop; more people give to Maes

By Charles Ashby

Gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis took in about half in campaign donations for the second half of July compared with the first, while his GOP rival saw a dramatic increase in the number of people contributing to his campaign. That switch ...

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Hickenlooper talks about creating jobs

By Charles Ashby

Instead of the governor’s office telling the rest of the state how to create jobs, the rest of the state should tell the governor. At least, that’s how Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper would do it if he were governor, the Democrat ...

Police station, dispatch center in first phase of safety plan

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city staff unveiled preliminary, pared-down public safety construction proposals to council members Monday during a workshop. The first phase of a revamped public safety plan may include a free-standing police station either ...

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