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$79,000 debt from Wright bankruptcy left unpaid

By Charles Ashby

Despite saying he intended to pay back what he owed creditors in his 2011 bankruptcy filing, Republican Jared Wright allowed his case to be finalized Wednesday without paying anything. The embattled candidate for House District 54, ...


For The Record, Nov. 3, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Darby and Melissa Davis, Fruita, a daughter, Sept. 29. Tom and Christal Jones, Grand Junction, a daughter, Oct. 13. Christopher Horne and Elizabeth Clift, Grand Junction, a son, Oct. 18. Glenn Rolbiecki ...


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Campaign flier for Wright links him to Romney

By Charles Ashby

Mitt Romney doesn’t like Jared Wright. That, at least, is what the campaign for the Republican candidate for House District 54 says in a flier that hit voters’ mailboxes earlier this week. “Like Mitt Romney, the liberal ...


Montrose church proud of growth, adds 2nd chapel

By Lory Pounder

After outgrowing their spiritual home for the fourth time since beginning in Montrose, members of The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints recently celebrated the opening of a second chapel and meeting house. “The buzz is the fact ...


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Denver woman arranges Palisade wedding for breast cancer survivor

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Shades of pink often accompany the sunsets that shine over evening weddings at the Wine Country Inn in Palisade. For one bride, that color will shine for her as a reminder that she survived for this day. She fought breast cancer with ...


Woman
 convicted 
in McInnis 
wildfire

By Paul Shockley

A woman convicted of starting a fire in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area in March 2011 was sentenced earlier this week to jail time and ordered to pay restitution. Ami Lyn Thompson, 41, of Loma, admitted to starting two fires ...


EnCana gives 
in-car laptops 
to marshals

By Staff

EnCana Oil & Gas USA has donated refurbished laptop computers to the De Beque Marshal’s Office. The mobile technology will be used to facilitate new in-car dispatch and report systems. “These computers will allow us to bring ...


Barrett selling 
part interest
 in gas holdings

By Dennis Webb

Bill Barrett Corp. said Thursday it has agreed to sell what eventually will amount to about a quarter interest in its natural gas holdings south of Silt. The sale is part of a $335 million deal with Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC, that also ...


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Man may avoid prison in fatal crash

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man may avoid prison under a plea agreement reached Thursday in connection with a fatal impaired driving crash in a Pear Park neighborhood. Joseph Weixel, 22, pleaded guilty Thursday in District Judge Richard Gurley’s ...


Guv: Pay raises for state workers in new budget

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The proposed spending plan Gov. John Hickenlooper unveiled Thursday for next year doesn’t keep pace with the state’s economic recovery, and that’s a good thing, officials on both sides of the political aisle ...


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