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031910 history

Elks Lodge interior as intriguing, vivid with history as its outside

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If you drive by the Elks Lodge at Fourth Street and Ute Avenue and think you would like to see inside, you will have that chance Saturday, when the Elks host a benefit concert to support the Legends Historic Sculptures Project. Here is ...

4-year degree program moves to full House vote

By Charles Ashby

Allowing Colorado Mountain College to offer four-year- degree programs not only would expand higher education in the state, but it also would help local economies. That, at least, was the argument that persuaded the House Education Committee ...

Local Briefs, March 19, 2010

By Staff

Montrose election ballots mailed out The Montrose Clerk and Recorder’s Office began sending out mail-in ballots Thursday for the city’s upcoming council race. Registered voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail should ...

Sales tax revenue down in February in Grand Junction

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February was another disappointing month for Grand Junction sales and use tax collections, with the city collecting half a million dollars less than expected. The city budgeted for a $3.7 million haul but ended up taking in $3.2 million in ...

County in good position to ride out economic storm, officials say

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Despite plummeting sales-tax revenue, soaring foreclosures and a steady decline in building permits, Mesa County leaders insisted this afternoon the county is on solid financial footing due to a healthy fund balance and plans to expedite ...

One I-70 lane closed to motorcycle crash

By The Daily Sentinel

One westbound lane of Interstate 70 near the Clifton exit is closed after a motorcycle crash at about 5 p.m. A man, traveling westbound on the interstate was taken by ambulance to a hospital after running his bike off the side of the road ...

Fruitvale, Clifton annexation bid falls short

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A push to collect signatures in support of the annexation of Clifton and Fruitvale into the city of Grand Junction has failed. Mesa County officials halted the petition process this week after petition circulators were unable to collect ...

031810 foreclosures

Foreclosures still high in Mesa County

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Mesa County foreclosure numbers held steady from January to February, with more than three times as many foreclosure filings in February 2010 as there were in February 2009 and nearly five times as many foreclosure sales in February than there ...

E-mail letters, March 18, 2010

By Staff

There’s growing support for banning marijuana My precinct caucus voted positive on a resolution to go forward to our county assembly that delegates to the state assemblies be directed to push for legislation that the state of Colorado ...

Colo. lawmakers trying to speed uranium cleanup

By The AP

DENVER — State lawmakers approved legislation today that would require Colorado uranium mines and mills to clean up nuclear wastes while they continue producing nuclear fuel. State lawmakers worry a new national focus on nuclear energy ...

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