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    Susan Ossana, 1950 ~ 2011

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    Survey: Local parents want daily in-person teaching

    “I really don’t think that 40% of all people are not going to send their kid to school.”

    Tales of Trails: Savor spectacular views from thrilling Shafer Trail

    In the 1890s, Moab pioneer brothers Frank M. And John S. Shafer developed the route from what had been a Native American pathway connecting what is now Canyonlands National Park to the river below.

    At 99, Moab man is knighted by France

    “The French people will never forget his courage and devotion to the great cause of freedom,”

    Leaving Guatemala, Part 4: ‘A year in the land of eternal spring’

    Though I planned to return someday, whether as a Peace Corps volunteer or not, this experience proved that even the best-laid plans go awry.

    Leaving Guatemala, Part 3: Sudden departure came with painful goodbyes

    Men donned wooden masks and numerous layers of sweatshirts and ponchos then proceeded to hit each other with whips as they danced around the town square.

    Susan Burton Ossana passed away Dec. 30, 2011, in Grand Junction, Colo., after a short battle with pancreatic cancer.

    She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on Feb. 8, 1950 and was preceded in death by her husband, Robert J. Ossana, and her father, Lyman S. Burton.

    She is survived by her beloved daughter, Autumn Mitchell; and two precious granddaughters, Bianca and Portia Mitchell. She is also survived by her mother, Helen Burton; sister, Kristin Burton; brothers, Michael (Ruth), Mark (Lindy) and Scott Burton; and many nieces and nephews.

    She will be remembered by all as an exceptional artist in many media and as a free spirit who is now truly free.

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    USFS proposes campground fee increases

    Members of the public are invited to comment on the proposed fee changes to the developed recreation program.

    Pine Gulch burns north of Grand Junction

    Bureau of Land Management spokesperson Maribeth Pecotte said the fire continued to grow in Sunday’s hot and dry conditions, which are expected to persist through the first half of the week.

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    BLM lifts fire bans in Tres Rios, Uncompahgre field office areas

    “The BLM areas near the City of Durango are ‘Day Use Only,’ and overnight camping and campfires are prohibited to reduce fire risk."

    BLM proposes updates to oil, gas regs

    Federal royalties generated from onshore oil and gas production on federal lands totaled nearly $4.23 billion in Fiscal Year 2019.