Library moves beyond books

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Construction has begun on a new $1.35 million building north of the Central Library that will house a recording studio and training room, control room and space for an artist in residence.


Construction begins on studio to offer multiple media to patrons

Mesa County Libraries has broken ground on a 3,000-square-foot building north of the Central Library that will provide space and equipment for local artists, musicians and videographers to create professional-level work that library card-holders will be able to access.
The new $1.35 million building on the northeast corner of Fifth Street and Ouray Avenue will be called 970West Studio.

Body cameras are unlikely in 2016, says GJ police chief

With budgeting for next year underway, Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper said this week that he’s increasingly skeptical that a body-worn camera program will be launched by the department in 2016, despite earlier ambitions.


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