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2 local doctors, 2 views on dying health care bill

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Blame for the death of health care legislation in Congress can be placed at the feet of both political parties and at those of President Obama, said a Grand Junction physician who has urged that the system be changed. “This is a chapter ...


Elderly Orchard Mesa fire victim dies

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Richard Williams, his wife and their daughter made their regular stop at his mother’s Orchard Mesa home Saturday afternoon, emptying trash bins, tidying up her home and making her some sandwiches. Three hours later, a neighbor noticed ...


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Thrifty revival: More shoppers look for deals at resale stores

By Amy Hamilton

“Aren’t these cute?” Lori Meyer of Grand Junction asks, hoisting up a pair of black high-heeled boots. “And for a buck!” With several tops draped over her arm, Meyer was enjoying a bit of retail therapy earlier ...


Physician seeks canes, crutches, other aids for Haitians

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Haitians who suffered grievous wounds from the 7.0 magnitude earthquake there need crutches, canes, walkers, wheelchairs, pediatric walkers, leg braces and other aids. Dr. Creigh MacArthur of Provo, Utah, issued the call for help to friends ...


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Senate candidate Norton sounds budget-cutting theme

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Nothing is off the table when it comes to cutting federal spending, former Colorado Lt. Gov. Jane Norton said during a campaign stop Saturday in Grand Junction. Speaking to about 130 people at Two Rivers Winery on the Redlands, Norton said ...


Stay-at-home family guy is missing

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jim Walker is missing, and his daughters want answers. With no known medical condition that would endanger Walker’s life and no suspicion of foul play, the Grand Junction Police Department hasn’t labeled Walker as a missing ...


Fundraising for Haiti relief continues in Grand Valley

By Staff

People who want to contribute to the Haiti relief effort today can do so by dining at Pancho’s Villa II in Fruita or trying one of the services provided by Healing Horizons in Grand Junction. Pancho’s Villa II, 229 E. Aspen Ave., ...


6 cats die in fire, eldery woman hospitalized

By Melinda Mawdsley

Six cats died and an elderly Orchard Mesa woman was seriously injured in a house fire Saturday evening in a residential neighborhood near the Mesa County Fairgrounds. The Grand Junction Fire Department responded to the fire at 198 Rincon ...


Party upsets in store in fall for Colorado?

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Last week’s election of a Republican in the Democrat-dominated state of Massachusetts could be mirrored in Colorado this fall if the Democratic party isn’t careful, people from both major parties say. But how ...


Montrose Indians mascot raises some objections

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The president of the advisory panel to the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose isn’t too happy with the local high school. Earlier this month, an unnamed student at Montrose High School painted his face black and red, adorned ...


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