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Loan modification nightmare

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Tired of inflating rents and disinterested landlords who didn’t fix broken things, Don and Andrea Gaines took the plunge into homeownership three years ago. In a buyer-friendly, first-time-home-buyer deal orchestrated through the ...


GJ officer quits in probe

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction Police Department officer has resigned and another has been placed on paid leave after being questioned in an internal investigation focusing on claims that officers have misused OC, or pepper spray, on property belonging to ...


Foreclosure aid company subject of numerous complaints

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Don and Andrea Gaines thought they were getting some legal muscle in their fight to hold onto their home when they retained the services of Home Legal Source. What they got, instead, was a company that has generated an average of nearly two ...


Stadium project wins city support

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction City Council members decided Wednesday to move forward with plans to help procure funding to remodel Stocker Stadium. The $8.3 million project would include adding an entertainment room above the bleachers, placing a ...


Blotter, July 8, 2010

By Staff

Police to have info booth The Grand Junction Police Department will have a booth at the Downtown Farmers Market from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. today to help inform citizens about its programs. The Police Department’s booth will be between ...


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Entire Fruita neighborhood takes part in kids’ talent show

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

They may not be ready to try out for “American Idol” just yet, but the children living in the Echo Canyon Estates subdivision in Fruita provided some powerful entertainment for their parents and neighbors at a kid-organized talent ...


BLM eyes deal to swap public, private properties

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management hopes to swap 788 acres of public lands on the Uncompahgre Plateau for 576 acres in the Glade Park and Pinon Mesa area. The Mountain Island land exchange would give the public access to some 9,000 acres of land ...


Candidate for U.S. Senate raises $900K in 2nd quarter

By Staff

U.S. Senate candidate Jane Norton raised more than $900,000 in the quarter ending June 30, her campaign said Wednesday. Norton, a Grand Junction native and former lieutenant governor, is locked in a battle with Weld County District Attorney ...


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Cops arrest teen after park theft

By Melinda Mawdsley

An 18-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested Wednesday after a foot chase with Grand Junction officers. Rees Gregory Bennett, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated robbery, aggravated witness intimidation, five counts of felony menacing, ...


Chance to shine: ‘American Idol’ auditions coming to Grand Junction

By Daniel Humphries

Start singing those do-re-mis and warming up those vocal cords. “American Idol” is coming to town, and now’s your chance to try out for FOX’s hit musical show. Approval for the event came from the FOX network last ...


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