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Play up city’s outdoor appeal

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction has a good mix of manufacturing companies, lots of space to attract more businesses and good commercial air service. It could stand to improve its broadband infrastructure, offer up one website or entity for economic ...


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Time to upgrade? District 51 seeks funding for new technology

By Emily Shockley

School District 51’s technology department has proposed spending nearly $20 million over the next five years to bring district devices, software and infrastructure up-to-date and take a step closer to implementing personalized ...


Overcrowded Sacred Heart parish breaks ground on new Fruita church

By Paul Shockley

Parishioners of Fruita’s Sacred Heart Catholic Church were never so happy to step around cow patties in an overgrown field, while enduring noon-hour, triple-digit temperatures. It was, after all, history being made Sunday afternoon on a ...


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Building for the future

By Paul Shockley

Parishioners of Fruita’s Sacred Heart Catholic Church were never so happy to step around cow patties in an overgrown field, while enduring noon-hour, triple-digit temperatures. It was, after all, history being made Sunday afternoon on a ...


New law requires abuse to be reported

By Charles Ashby

Starting Wednesday, a new law will go into effect that will require people in certain jobs to report suspected abuse of intellectually or developmentally disabled people. That new law, SB109, extends a 2013 state law that requires such people ...


No relief coming soon for hot days in Junction

By Paul Shockley

The National Weather Service in Grand Junction projects no relief this week from June’s wave of above-normal temperatures. Norv Larson, a meteorologist with the local weather service office, said high pressure systems to the west ...


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Dinosaur tracks found despoiled

By Dale Shrull

A set of dinosaur tracks northeast of Moab, Utah, was vandalized three different times last week, and authorities are attempting to track down the suspects. The site, which has more than 40 different dinosaur tracks, is located in the Moab ...


Traffic Alert, June 28, 2015

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ 2015 Sewer Line Replacement: First Street to Seventh Street between Orchard Avenue and Patterson Road. ...


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Terry Lawrence’s 
drug and alcohol-fueled tumble from grace was captured on TV

By Paul Shockley

This is about father and son. It’s about addicts. It’s about hope and recovery. This is a story of success, failure, loss and pride: rising to unimaginable heights and crashing to desperate lows. This is also about getting back ...


Uinta Basin reprieve on ozone temporary?

By Dennis Webb

A conservation group that unsuccessfully argued in court that the Uinta Basin is violating federal ground-level ozone standards believes such a finding by the Environmental Protection Agency ultimately is inevitable. “It’s not a ...


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