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Orchard Avenue Elementary wins Blue Ribbon status

By Emily Shockley

Orchard Avenue Elementary School on Thursday became the first institution in School District 51 to be recognized as a Blue Ribbon school by the U.S. Department of Education, according to the school district. The Blue Ribbon Schools Program ...


City Market closes pharmacy at St. Mary’s

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City Market has closed its pharmacy at St. Mary’s Hospital after officials with the grocer determined other nearby pharmacies made the hospital site unnecessary. The pharmacy closed Sept. 1 after 14 years of leasing space in the ...


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Grand Junction’s 2011 budget ‘sobering,’ director says

By Amy Hamilton

UPDATED VERSION: 3:08 PM * Officials in every local government in Colorado this time of year are busy compiling their best guesses to create a budget for 2011. But this year, many of the state’s municipalities and county governments ...


Regent wants to see CU through changes

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Efforts to restructure the University of Colorado to streamline its educational offerings while maintaining its position as the state’s premier institution need to continue, CU Regent Steve Bosley said. The Republican from Broomfield is ...


Opponent questions Rankin’s residency

By Charles Ashby

Some voters in Senate District 5 are questioning whether the Republican candidate in the race actually lives in the district. Robert Rankin, however, says not to worry. Still, it’s a legitimate question to ask, said his Democratic ...


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Fire destroys unoccupied home

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Investigators Thursday evening still were investigating the cause of a midafternoon fire that destroyed an unoccupied Redlands home. Firefighters from three different fire stations responded to a blaze that broke out about 3:15 p.m. at 318 ...


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Grand Junction grad on state’s high court

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction native now sits on the Colorado Supreme Court. That happened Wednesday when Gov. Bill Ritter named Monica Marquez to the high court. The 41-year-old, who heads the State Services Division in the Colorado Attorney ...


2 lawmakers not keen on stimulus plan

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President Obama’s proposal for $50 billion in a second economic stimulus package got a cool reaction from Colorado lawmakers Wednesday. “I will not support additional spending in a second stimulus package,” Sen. Michael ...


Montrose teen held without bond in fatal stabbing

By Paul Shockley

Montrose District Judge Jeff Herron on Wednesday ordered a 17-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing a man to be held without bond. Isaac Garcia, who participated in a juvenile detention hearing Wednesday via telephone conference, was ...


Six-car crash sends three to hospital

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UPDATE: 2:53 P.M. THURSDAY: Driver who caused six-car crash suffered fatal heart condition An 81-year-old Grand Junction man suffered a fatal heart condition before causing a six-car crash Wednesday, authorities said today. The Grand ...


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