Mesa County

Headlines:

  • Man Steals Monkey in Grand Junction
  • Mesa County Judge Considers Tossing Out Guilty Verdict for Man Charged with Threats
  • iSeeChange: Colorado Wildfires Greater Threat to Humans than animals
  • NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Bill & Melinda Gates Top Donor List for Pro-Amendment 66 Campaign
  • Ouray County to Receive Around $12 Million for Highway Projects

Headlines

  • Judge Delays Trial of Heather Jensen Until January
  • Group Opposed to Christo's Arkansas River Installation Continues Fight
  • Delta County Pays $10,000 Retainer for Denver Legal Firm in Hen House Case
  • Crawford Continues Discussion on Municipal Court
  • Colorado Gears Up for Move to All-Mail Ballots

Headlines:

  • Debate Over Pot Taxes Continues as State Prepares for Retail Sales
  • Mesa County Officers Seize 92 Pounds of Marijuana During Traffic Crackdown
  • State Regulators Set to Enforce Fracking Rule Violations
  • West Elk Mine attains safety milestone.
  • Sounds of the High Country from KDNK –Bonnie-Sue Hithcock on the Front Range Floods

Headlines

  • Heather Jensen Will Stand Trial in Grand Junction
  • Water Conflicts Escalating between Agriculture and Growing Colorado Cities
  • Aspen Medical Marijuana Dispensary Gears Up for Retail Sales
  • Colorado Oil and Gas Association Donates Over $604,000 to Pro-Fracking Campaigns
  • KVNF Sports Report

Headlines

  • Mesa County Sheriff and District Attorney Sound Off Against Proposed Budget Cuts
  • Opponents and Supporters of Telluride Soda Tax Step Up Campaigning Efforts
  • Elk Creek Mine Layoffs Likely to Hurt Local Economy
  • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Petition Process for Amendment 66
  • Delta County Libraries Selected for Trial-Run of "Super Wifi" Technology
  • Colorado Supreme Court Says Language in Recall Rules Conflicts with US Constitution
  • After Audit, Colorado Energy Office Moves to Fix Financial Problems
  • Faced with Water Shortages, Farmers Doing More With Less
  • Governor Hickenlooper Says State is Facing a “Water Crisis”
  • Move to Raise Taxes for Public School Funding Put On Hold
  • Mesa County to Offer Tax Incentives to Keep Businesses in the State

Headlines:

  • County’s Board of Health to spray Orchard City and Delta to prevent West Nile Virus
  • Petition to recall Colorado Senate president John Morse is verified by Secretary of State
  • Senators Udall and Bennet want trains to lay off the horns
  • Mesa County officials warn COGCC against over-regulation
  • BLM imposes stage one fire restrictions on public land

Headlines:

  • Female bear tracked and killed up Terror Creek after killing chickens
  • Mesa County approves natural gas processing plant west of DeBeque
  • Regna Jones leases Paonia’s Paradise Theatre for another six months
  • Colorado Wildfire Update
  • DMEA looks to broadband

Headlines:

  • Drones in Mesa County
  • Commissioners require air pollution testing for hen-laying facilities
  • Lawyers defend first amendment rights for marijuana publications in Colorado
  • Delta County Housing Authority spearheads grants for area counties to rehab low-income residents’ homes
  • Red flag warning again today

Headlines:

  • Pinon Ridge approved by state; first new uranium mill in the U.S. in more than three decades
  • Authorities tie Grand Junction drug ring to Mexico kingpin
  • Court upholds firing of medical marijuana patient for off-the-job use
  • CU President won’t honor student wishes to divest fossil fuels companies
  • Western Slope Skies: Viewing Saturn will be a treat in the next few weeks

Headlines:

  • Mesa County Drug Bust the largest in seven years
  • Industry’s fracking database has loose reporting standards
  • Community meeting about hydrocarbon leak in Parachute set for Monday
  • Craig town council considers requiring heads of households to own guns
  • Bill to create fire-fighting air fleet for state is unfunded
  • Corporations ask feds to do more on climate change

Headlines:

  • A second company wants Thompson Divide leases suspended
  • Mesa County Commissioners want more time to examine RMP
  • New House bill might require Colorado food to carry GMO labels
  • Paonia Eagles soaring at state wrestling tournament
  • Former Interior Sec. Babbitt urges conservation

News Headlines:

  • Child Fatality At Powderhorn Resort
  • Search Continues For Missing Child At Vallecito
  • Armed Robbery In Delta
  • New State Lawmakers Learning The Layout
  • Ignacio Guide Takes Plea Deal In Major Poaching Case
  • Montrose Sheriff Gets Hummer
  • Powderhorn Road To Be Improved
  • Seasonal Road Closures

Here’s the debate between Republican Incumbent Ray Scott and Democratic challenger Dan Robinson, candidates for State House District 55, in Mesa County. Club 20 Business Affairs Committee Chair Phil Vaughan moderated the debate. Each candidate was given three minutes for opening remarks, and Democrat Dan Robinson was first.

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