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Wild, scenic designation possible for parts of Colorado River, creek

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The U.S. Forest Service is moving ahead on a proposal to determine whether parts of the Colorado River and Deep Creek are suitable candidates for inclusion in the national Wild and Scenic River System. The Colorado River Water Conservation ...


Xcel says electricity costs to increase by $5 a month per household next summer

By Staff

Xcel Energy plans to hike its rates for electricity across the board, but the bump in bills won’t happen until next summer. In a filing Friday, the utility proposed a $174.4 million electricity rate increase for Colorado, which the ...


HG: Homegrown Column November 15, 2008

By Dennis Hill

We have two very large globe willows that have (just in the past few weeks) decided to have dead leaves. This is not the usual fall changing of colors and falling leaves, these are in various parts of the trees. The leaves have just ...


Second boy suspected of conspiring in attack

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Parents of a second suspect accused of conspiring in the attack of a Montrose High School student said their son was merely in the wrong place at the wrong time. Kim and Charlie Brown of Montrose listened Friday in Montrose County District ...


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Police tie DNA of suspect to bank robbery

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A man awaiting trial on charges he robbed three Grand Junction businesses has been tied to the armed robbery of a Grand Junction bank using DNA, police said Friday. James Joseph Jones, 46, is being held in the Utah County Jail in Orem, Utah, ...


SCHOOL POP MACHINE 2

Schools to get low-calorie Coca-Cola sodas

By Staff

It’s the swan song for soda at District 51 schools. Well, full-calorie soda, at least. A 10-year contract that kept Pepsi machines in schools across the district stocked with the soft-drink company’s lineup of carbonated, ...


Committee votes in favor of annexation

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A citizen committee that has spent more than a year examining the future governance of Clifton and Fruitvale is leaning toward recommending that the areas be annexed into the city of Grand Junction. The Clifton-Fruitvale Governance Committee ...


For the Record November 15, 2008

By Staff

Births Delta County Memorial Hospital Tabitha Torres, Olathe, a daughter, Nov. 6. Juan and Jesefina Ramirez, Crawford, a daughter, Nov. 9. Jacob E. and Katharyn N. Scheetz, Delta, a daughter, Nov. 10. John Ware and Stacia Meyers, ...


Briefs: Local News November 15, 2008

By Staff

City forced to delay leaf pickup • Due to equipment breakdown, the city of Grand Junction’s leaf pickup has been delayed. The city does intend to pick up all of the leaves as soon as its equipment is functioning normally. ...


Death Notices: November 15, 2008

By Staff

•  Lonnie Gene Berg, 62, Grand Junction, died Nov. 13, 2008, at his home. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Survivors include his wife, Mary; one son, Lonnie Rendell of Clinton, Utah; two ...


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