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Carlos Macias smooths the top of the concrete that will be the sign outside the Mesa County Libraries’ new 970West Studio at the corner of Fifth Street and Ouray Avenue on Thursday. Macias is an employee of Adcock Concrete.

$1.3M recording studio to open soon; not everyone’s thrilled

In about a month, Mesa County Libraries’ efforts to create a collection of digital works will go one step beyond a simple collection of oral histories and digitized art and books.
In November, Mesa County residents will be able to use the library’s soon-to-be-open recording studio to create original works — anything from garage band music to recorded family histories.

Three men arrested in ongoing probe of child prostitution

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger told a judge court records are sealed after the arrests of three local men as part of an ongoing investigation of Internet solicitation of child prostitution.

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