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Fruita panel will push downtown redevelopment

By Duffy Hayes

One of the most important ideas raised by consultants at a meeting last month about revitalizing downtown Fruita was to designate a “champion” for the effort. Presumably, the new Downtown Advisory Board — approved via City ...


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Scott, Robinson trade views in House District 55 race

By Charles Ashby

Two House District 55 candidates, Democrat Dan Robinson and Republican state Rep. Ray Scott, made clear their differences in a debate for the region’s business community Wednesday. At a debate that was to be between the local candidates ...


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CMU enrollment up, D51 enrollment down

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Colorado Mesa University system enrollment stretched above 9,000 this week, a first for the school. Colorado Mesa takes a census count of its students each year the day after Labor Day in order to give students a couple weeks to enroll or ...


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Voters get say on riverfront

By Lory Pounder

After four years of conflict, the future usage of Brady Trucking’s 13-acre property near the Colorado River in south downtown Grand Junction is now in the hands of the voters. City Council members voted 6-1 late Wednesday night to put ...


Man drops assault case against fellow Republican

By Staff

A Mesa County Republican on Wednesday dropped his request for a permanent restraining against another Republican, saying he was unable to present witnesses or find legal representation. Jerry Hunsinger told Mesa County Judge Craig Henderson ...


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Man guilty in DUI wreck that injured 3 in monument

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man accused of critically injuring three people in a drunk-driving accident earlier this year on Colorado National Monument will face a maximum six-year prison term. Timothy Tyler, 22, pleaded guilty Wednesday to vehicular ...


Garfield Re-2 gets new School Board member

By Staff

The four remaining members of the Garfield School District No. Re-2 School Board voted unanimously last week to make Michelle “Mickie” Hosack the newest member of their board. Hosack will replace Brad Moss, who left the board this ...


$62 million in royalties, energy taxes distributed

By Charles Ashby

Local governments will see about $8 million more in severance tax and federal mineral lease payments this year, indicating the state’s energy industry is seeing improvements, according to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. More ...


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Commissioner pays $78.50 fine for fire-ban violation

By Paul Shockley

In the end, a $3 charcoal grill cost Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis $78.50. Appearing without an attorney at the Chaffee Combined Courthouse in Salida, Meis, 42, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a Chaffee County ordinance violation and was ...


Delta County 
delays vote on
 chicken farm

By Duffy Hayes

DELTA — An opportunity for the public to testify about two new cage-free egg-laying operations in Delta County drew a crowd Tuesday. Edwin Hostetler applied and received approval for two 15,000-hen facilities last year. One is ...


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