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033011 City voting results

Voter turnout for city election may surpass record set in 2001

By Amy Hamilton

Voter turnout for Grand Junction’s municipal election is steadily nearing a record set a decade ago. As of Thursday, 41.2 percent, or 10,092 registered voters, had cast ballots, according to the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s ...


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Man accused in baby’s death is ex-con

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man jailed in the Oxycodone overdose death of his infant daughter will be prosecuted as a habitual criminal, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger told a judge Thursday. Manuel Angel Rivera, 30, 3233 White Ave., Unit 4, faces a ...


Merger of wildlife, parks passes Senate panel

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A plan to merge the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation had little trouble clearing a Senate committee Thursday. The measure, proposed by Gov. John Hickenlooper, is designed to ...


Payday loan bill wins House approval

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Payday lenders would be able to keep more of the money they charge for short-term loans under a bill that won approval Thursday in the Colorado House. Democrats opposed to the measure said it reverses sweeping changes approved ...


Bridge graffiti draws action at diving site

By Paul Shockley

While secretive FBI dives in the Colorado River left more questions than answers, Orchard Mesa residents reaped unplanned benefits. Thanks apparently to City Manager Laurie Kadrich. Working with a referral from the Grand Junction Police ...


Udall wants transparency in global energy trade

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The sharp rise in the price of gasoline demands that the Obama administration do more to ensure market transparency, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said Thursday. Gasoline prices spiked by 45 cents per gallon in the past two months, to an ...


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Mesa State’s Montrose campus growing, may remodel

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The Mesa State College building at 234 S. Cascade Ave. in Montrose hasn’t changed much since Laretha Palmer’s daughter attended school there. That’s a little strange for some students, considering Palmer’s daughter ...


Poll shows support for changing name of Mesa State College

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A little more than 80 percent of the Mesa State College students, alumni and employees and community members who participated in a survey said the college should consider changing its name. College officials who released results of the ...


Guv: Denver benefits when river is protected

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — It’s in Denver’s best interests to “keep every drop it can” in the state’s waterways, Gov. John Hickenlooper told the Colorado River Water Conservation District board ...


Police: FBI river search for evidence, not body

By Paul Shockley

A team of FBI divers spent roughly seven hours Wednesday in the Colorado River but didn’t emerge with anything in a third day of searching. And while the Grand Junction Police Department declined to specify what the divers are looking ...


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