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Food Bank moves to new location

By Duffy Hayes

It’s easier than ever for people seeking food assistance to find what they need as the consolidation of services continues with the new location for the Community Food Bank—the county’s Central Services Building at 200 S. ...


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Video cameras taken out of Grand Junction police cruisers

By Paul Shockley

Citing a hefty replacement price tag, the Grand Junction Police Department last week removed all video recording technology from patrol vehicles in a move raising eyebrows among some local attorneys. Police Chief John Camper said Monday the ...


Mix-up leads to false scores for Caprock

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An estimated 200 students received erroneous Transitional Colorado Assessment Program scores this summer due to a mix-up, according to The Colorado Charter School Institute. TCAP took the place of Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) ...


City may flip its own streetlight switch

By Lory Pounder

Cost and energy savings are driving factors behind the Grand Junction City Council’s green light Monday evening to test their hand at taking ownership of street lighting. Today, 22 lights are out on North Avenue and citizen complaints ...


Blotter, Aug. 14, 2012

By Staff

Sex offender arrested Jakeob Robert Simmons, 28, 1230 22 Road, was arrested Sunday and booked into the Mesa County Jail on suspicion of sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust, sexual assault on a child, and sexual ...


Death Notices, Aug. 14, 2012

By Staff

■ AnnaBelle Dunn, 94, Grand Junction, died Aug. 10, 2012, at La Villa Grande Care Center. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mrs. Dunn was an artist. Survivors include her husband, Dacre F.; ...


Beehive for web

Area beekeepers hope to educate, entertain with observation hives

By Katie Langford

Tarrin George and Levi Miller have created a home for 12,000 Italian honeybees to live inside their Palisade fruit and vegetable stand, and they’re hoping folks from around the Grand Valley will take an interest in these small but vital ...


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New Cedaredge Elementary boasts safety, energy upgrade

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Cedaredge Elementary School students will have one place to call home when school starts Aug. 20. In addition to a main building at 230 Northwest Cedar Ave., the old Cedaredge Elementary School included two kindergarten cottages, a house, a ...


Temporary central library opens today

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Libraries central branch will reopen today at a temporary home as construction crews prepare for a $6.7 million makeover of the downtown library. Doors are to open at 9 a.m. at the former Ashley Furniture store, 655 N. First ...


Fire burns in forest west of Gunnison

By Paul Shockley

A wildfire caused by lightning west of Gunnison has consumed roughly 100 acres of U.S. Forest Service land, the Montrose Interagency Fire Management Unit said Sunday. The East Coal Creek Fire, which started around 5 p.m. Friday, showed ...


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