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BLM holding hearings on oil shale development

By The AP

DENVER — The Bureau of Land Management plans a series of hearings in the West on the impacts of oil shale development. The hearings begin Tuesday in Utah after Interior Secretary Ken Salazar decided to take a fresh look at a federal oil ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results April 25, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - April 25, 2011 Field shots - 9 Hole Winners 2nd Flight 1st Romaine Hamilton 4th Flight 1st Kym ...


Colo. mall fire suspect was just freed from prison

By The AP

LITTLETON — The man authorities say they suspect of carrying out an apparent attempted bombing at a Colorado shopping mall had been released from prison a week earlier. The FBI said Sunday that agents are looking for Earl Albert Moore ...


Immigrant tuition faces Colo. test

By The AP

DENVER — A Republican-led committee in the Colorado House could put this year’s attempt at lowering tuition rates for illegal immigrants to a halt. The House Education Committee planned to consider a bill today that would allow ...


CU pays 50K for annual pot celebration

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado officials are discussing the possibility of shutting down an annual marijuana celebration event that costs the school tens of thousands of dollars to manage. Vice Chancellor for Administration Frank ...


BLM revises Oxbow mining report for comments

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A revised environmental assessment that would allow Oxbow Mining LLC to mine approximately 800 acres for nearly 3.8 million tons of coal is available again for public comment. The comment period ends May 9. The original ...


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People have pick of items left at curb for annual pickup by city

By Amy Hamilton

You can tell what the drivers are up to by the way the cars and trucks creep through neighborhoods. It’s a giveaway when the brake lights flash on and off all along the block and a head peeks out to scan the piles left by the curb. In ...


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Fruita soon to open two new parks

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Fruita will soon open two new parks at the south end of the city, offering a place to play for mountain bikers who have had to go elsewhere in the Grand Valley to get their single-track fix. City officials expect to spend just shy of $194,000 ...


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We Make It Here: Western Filament

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Every day, nearly every household in the world unknowingly uses products made at Grand Junction company Western Filament. “Ninety-five percent of the world’s refrigerators and garbage disposals have our product in them,” ...


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Hill saw city’s coffers go from flush to spare with recession

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Mayor Teresa Coons won’t forget some of the best, yet simple, advice she received from exiting City Council member Bruce Hill. The guidance came during Coons’ first few meetings as a council member, wading through ...


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