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Rainy days no guarantee 
of wet winter

By Rachel Sauer

Don’t get your hopes up. Not yet, anyway. While the rain Friday and Saturday morning was nice and refreshing, it was not a harbinger of winter precipitation to come, according to the National Weather Service. “It’s still ...

Voting to close sewer district is to save $60 per household

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The Central Grand Valley Sanitation District is prepared to go extinct, but it needs voters, who stand to save about $60 a year per household, to administer the coup de grace on Nov. 6. If voters approve, the district will dissolve on Dec. 31 ...

If needed, Junction could seat grand jury

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A federal grand jury could be impaneled in Grand Junction if authorities decide there is a need for it, the chief U.S. district judge said Friday. A grand jury was impaneled in March in Durango, and one would be impaneled in Grand Junction if ...


GJ lawyer picked for federal bench

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Grand Junction attorney Gordon Gallagher on Monday will preside over his first docket from the bench of the federal courtroom in Grand Junction. Gallagher, who moved to Grand Junction to serve as a prosecutor in the Mesa County District ...


Woman dies in highway crash

By Duffy Hayes

An early morning, two-
vehicle crash Friday along U.S. Highway 50 near Whitewater claimed the life of one woman and caused serious injuries to another, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Troopers said a 1993 Lexus sedan traveling ...

Work planned at Cold Shivers Point

By Duffy Hayes

Visitors to Colorado National Monument have held their breath and peered over the massive cliff faces at Cold Shivers Point since the early 1900s. But repairs planned for the overlook between Monday and Nov. 5 will keep people confined to the ...

Veterans hospital in GJ one of top 19 in country

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The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Grand Junction is one of 19 recognized as a top performer in key health care quality measures. The Joint Commission, a health-care accrediting agency, chose the 19 hospitals after reviewing ...

Delta/Loma cows, Oct. 13, 2012

By Staff

RightAlign.104RightAlign.131Delta Sales Yard Market report for Oct. 11: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.60 to $2.02; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.52 to $1.77; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.42 to $1.58; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.37 to $1.48, high of $1.52; 700 to 800 ...

‘Dentist’ has no license to practice

By Mike Wiggins

The owner of a Grand Junction dental practice raided by the Internal Revenue Service was disciplined 10 years ago for practicing dentistry without a license and appears to be in violation of a 2004 order prohibiting him from owning a dental ...


Gene Taylor’s liquidating its inventory

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More than half a century after it was founded in Grand Junction and seven months after founder Gene Taylor died, the store that bore his name in Grand Junction is liquidating its inventory. Gene Taylor’s Sporting Goods, 445 W. Gunnison ...

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