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Firm assures Montrose it means business

By William Woody

MONTROSE — An EXTRA Aircraft official said late Wednesday afternoon that the German-based aviation company is committed to the Montrose area despite a public meeting earlier in the afternoon that seemed to raise more questions than ...


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Club 20: Tancredo welcome in audience, but won’t be debating

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Tom Tancredo, the American Constitution Party candidate for governor, is welcome at the Club 20 gubernatorial debate Saturday. He can sit in the audience with everyone else. Club 20’s executive board considered Tancredo’s ...


Family recalls loving son, forever 16 in their minds

By Rachel Sauer

What you want to do is reach into that school portrait and push his hair off his forehead, maybe tuck that cascade of brown behind his ears or even (he wouldn’t have wanted to hear this) trim it. That’s the adult impulse, the ...


Exec.: U.S. trailing in natural gas

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The United States, home to one of the world’s largest supplies of natural gas, is lagging behind the rest of the world in using it as a transportation fuel. Actually, it’s “light years behind” the rest of the world, ...


Schools to show Obama’s speech

By Emily Shockley

All School District 51 classrooms will screen President Barack Obama’s second annual address to schoolchildren Tuesday. Teachers and administrators were given the option last year to show his speech, which focused on studying hard and ...


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Ex-Marine gets deferred sentence in porn case

By Paul Shockley

A 26-year-old Iraq war veteran tabbed by the U.S. Marine Corps to be a recruiter in Grand Junction told a judge he was “riding high,” earning $50,000 annually through this past spring. On Wednesday, Craig Walker was ordered to ...


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Maes lags in campaign fundraising

By Charles Ashby

Dan Maes is having trouble raising donations. The Republican has raised only $50,000 since earning his party’s nomination to run for Colorado governor last month. Meanwhile, one of his chief rivals, former GOP congressman Tom Tancredo, ...


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‘Rally for Jobs’ Friday at convention center

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A “Rally for Jobs” Friday at Two Rivers Convention Center will bring together Americans for Prosperity, energy-industry groups and two unions. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 969 and United Association of ...


Kiwanis Club giving $37,500 to charities

By Staff

The Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction is giving away $37,500 to 25 local charities today. The club annually gives to local groups, but particularly those that benefit young children. Through its Key Club, the group also gives scholarships to ...


Death notices: Sept. 9, 2010

By Staff

Ronald F. Aldridge, 71, Grand Junction, died Aug. 21, 2010, in Grand Junction. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at 385 Evergreen Road. Survivors include his parents, Fahrney and Elizabeth Aldridge. Gladys Maxine Cannady, 88, Grand ...


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