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This week in the Legislature — Feb. 7, 2011

By Staff

Committee hearings will begin to heat up in the next couple of weeks with several measures that focus on such things as immigration and the state’s fiscal problems, some of which likely will make lawmakers work late into the ...


CRANSTON RUBY CANYON CYCLES

Ruby Canyon cycle shop reopens today; new owner was pro mountain bike racer

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Ruby Canyon Cycles reopens today under new ownership, but the new owner is a familiar face to the biking community. Former Mesa State College and professional mountain biker Ryan Cranston will run the shop at 301 Main St. “This is ...


020311 Dr. Peter Maguire

GJ vet specializes in neurological ills

By Staff

Pet owners and their pets no longer need to travel across the state to access the services of a veterinarian who specializes in neurological conditions. Peter Maguire, a doctor of veterinary medicine with a master’s of science, said he ...


Frigid temps bring warm gift to homeless

By Paul Shockley

Betty Jo Carnes said she hadn’t heard of the Grand Junction Police Department’s new patrol unit until Wednesday morning. By that afternoon, she was donating cash to a new cause. Carnes, who works in the accounts-receivable ...


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Naturita Library doubles circulation as patrons check out new programs for young and old

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NATURITA — The best small library in the nation sits here, in this tiny town of not even 700 people scrapping to make a living in the rarefied air of the Colorado Plateau, a town that for years made do with a 500-square-foot building ...


MILLION DOLLAR HOME OUTSIDE

What a million can buy in Colorado real estate

By Amy Hamilton

If you’ve got the money, $1 million can buy a lot of home these days. And, if you’re not concerned about location, those dollars will stretch even further. Case in point: $1 million buys a tiny, turn-of-the century Victorian home ...


Glenwood Springs postal jobs could be sent to GJ

By Dennis Webb

Grand Junction could gain some jobs, but at Glenwood Springs’ expense, under a U.S. Postal Service proposal. The agency is studying moving some or all of the operations at the west Glenwood Springs mail-processing facility to Grand ...


Little or no savings from some bills

By Charles Ashby

Despite promises from candidates in both major political parties before last year’s elections to cut the size of government, few bills introduced into this year’s Legislature actually aim to do that. And the ones that do, ...


Police: GJ man had child porn on computer

By Staff

A Grand Junction man was arrested Friday night on suspicion of 30 counts of sexual exploitation of a child, a class 4 felony, according to an arrest affidavit. Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies arrested Donald Lloyd Shelhammer, ...


Elk poachers from Missouri get large fines

By Dave Buchanan

Three Missouri men were fined $2,851.50 each and assessed 30 points each against their hunting privileges after being ticketed for illegally killing bull elk last fall while possessing only cow elk licenses. According to the Colorado Division ...


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