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Chamber reps to speak up on new gas rules

By Staff

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce plans to load up a bus with a few other like-minded people and head to the Capitol this week to make a statement about the oil and gas rules on the Legislature’s table. On Thursday the state ...


Man found dead of natural causes

By Staff

Authorities say a 61-year-old Grand Junction man was found dead of natural causes Saturday on Baxter Pass in Garfield County north of Mack. The body of David Harmon was found northwest of the old Atchee Train Depot near mile marker 21 on ...


Pay gap among teachers hurting schools, students?

By Staff

Average teacher salaries by school in School District 51 vary by nearly $10,000 between some schools, which sparks the question: Does such a disparity equate to an unequal distribution in teacher quality in schools? Colleen Martin, executive ...


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More than a quarter of Garfield County’s private land in energy firms’ hands

By Dennis Webb

A conservation group says sizable land ownership by energy companies in Garfield County serves as reason to rebuff efforts to give property owners veto powers over new oil and gas restrictions for critical wildlife areas. The Colorado ...


Reed, Paonia focused on title in fourth straight trip to state

By Scott Schlaufman

Johanna Reed will never forget her first playoff experience. As a freshman for Paonia High School in 2007, it was up to her to get her team to the next round. “Freshman year we weren’t expected to even make it past regionals, so ...


Chemistry has ’Dogs confident this season

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade High School baseball team has a bright future. Two years removed from a group that had 10 seniors and won 15 games, the 2009 squad is made up of mostly underclassmen but with experienced upperclassmen peppered in. “I am ...


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MESA STATE RESPONDS AFTER LOSING GAME 1 TO SPLIT WITH UCCS

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Kris Mort didn’t know who to pitch Monday in the final game of an RMAC softball series against the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She asked her senior catcher, Meagan Hennessy, and after some discussion, Hennessy said, ...


Briefs: Local Health March 10, 2009

By Staff

Grand Valley Health Fair this week • The 30th annual Grand Valley Health Fair will be from 7 a.m. to noon Friday and Saturday at Central High School. Ample parking will be available at the school as it is spring break for ...


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HW: New Fruita hospital nearer to completion

By Melinda Mawdsley

Fruita needs a new hospital, and help is just months away. Family Health West’s new 39,000-square-foot hospital is scheduled to open July 1. The hospital will have 15 beds and be available for emergency, surgical and outpatient and ...


Briefs: Local Sports March 10, 2009

By Staff

PREP BASEBALL Fruita Monument got another strong output in both aspects of the game as the Wildcats (3-0) defeated Centaurus 10-2 to begin a three-game road trip. Shannon Reynolds threw four innings in picking up his first victory of the ...


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