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Elk Creek coal mine fires half of workers Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Oxbow Mining has laid off about half of its Elk Creek Mine workforce of nearly 300 workers after deciding it will have to abandon in place a longwall mining machine worth tens of
There are many benefits of composting over burning and none but convenience to you of burning over composting. If you hire someone to haul the waste, you will be providing income to a local worker...So, please, give all of us who live and breathe in
Saturday at 581 Darby Dr. Survivors include two daughters, Adrian Soleta and Rachel Hanson, both of Grand Junction; and two brothers, Don Bryan and Richard Bryan...Mr. Clymer formerly owned Hoffman Motors, Inc. and was a Mesa County deputy coroner.
Font Resize Proposed plans to revamp the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to move water south will impact Solano County. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will receive an update on Delta-related issues and activities. According to staff, Solano
Survivors include his wife, Kathleen Kathy; a son, Jesse of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a daughter, Sandra of Grand Junction; his mother, Dorothy of Aurora; two brothers, Dennis of Aurora and Steven of Lakeland, Fla.; and two sisters, Marlene Capelle of
Maybe when men were being crucified for stealing or during the Inquisition when men were tortured for not being Christian enough. Perhaps it was in the early days of our country when Puritans put men into stocks for spitting and burned women at the
The red dots on this map show all existing gas wells in the area from Divide Creek, upper left, to Muddy Creek, bottom center...Well sites within that line were drilled between 1947 and the mid-1980s...Colorado Drilling on public lands for natural
That was the consensus of a group of about 20 people who gathered in Delta on Tuesday night to discuss the next step after local Grand Junction couple Linda and Glen Eyre were killed by a errant vehicle at the County Line trail head on Saturday.
Western Slope population growth slows Western Colorado's buoyant growth rate during the first decade of the century slowed, and for a time reversed, according to state estimates. State Demographer Elizabeth Garner remains optimistic that the region
Delta's main drag that residents sometimes have to shout through a conversation. Others worry about the threat to public safety in north Delta when emergency vehicles traveling from the south end of U.S. Highway 50 get caught waiting for any of the