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Yearbook photos can be troublesome for District 51, too

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Despite national media coverage focused on our neighbor to the south, rejecting yearbook photos is not unique to Durango High School. School District 51 high school yearbook editors have rejected photo submissions for everything from too much ...


Assets seized in fraud probe

By Paul Shockley

Federal prosecutors this month formally moved to seize a home, hundreds of thousands of dollars, vehicles and a trove of precious metals swept up in a fraud investigation involving a Grand Junction-based health care business. Anthony Paul ...


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One-stop county shop

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As the recession gripped Mesa County the past few years, sapping it of vital sales tax revenue, penny-pinching county commissioners examined every way to trim costs. They reached first for the low-hanging fruit, freezing employee salaries, ...


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Guv promises help keeping wolves at bay

By Amy Hamilton

Gov. John Hickenlooper received a standing ovation in Grand Junction after a speech that included him saying he would help keep wolves out of Colorado if that’s what residents want. Hickenlooper’s whirlwind tour Saturday of Grand ...


Traffic alert, Jan. 15, 2012

By Staff

The following road closure and maintenance project may impact traffic this week: 31 and D 1/2 Road bridge replacement — Mesa County is reconstructing the bridge at the intersection of 31 Road and D 1/2 Road. The intersection of 31 ...


Hot-button issues await lawmakers

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — If a bill to create civil unions for gays and lesbians doesn’t spark enough political wrangling in the Colorado Legislature this session, a bill to do away with the state’s health benefits exchange program likely ...


Mayor softens threats against airport

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Mayor Tom Kenyon is backing down on threats to impose sanctions against the Grand Junction Regional Airport if changes in management and policy aren’t made. The demands, outlined in a letter drafted at the end of December ...


For The Record, Jan. 14, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Terry and Celena Slade, Grand Junction, a daughter, Dec. 28. Kyle and Tana Bath, Fruita, a son, Jan. 2 Joshua Atencio and Ashley Jones, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 3. Blair and Teira Bigelow, Grand ...


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4-foot plane helps deputies ‘see’ from air

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Already equipped with an unmanned helicopter, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department this week added to its aerial toolbox an unmanned fixed-wing airplane to help assess wildfires, search for missing people and use for other investigatory ...


Progress made on Denver Water dispute

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The Grand Valley water agencies that are key to the proposed resolution of long-standing disputes with Denver Water are patiently awaiting the outcome of negotiations, a Grand Junction water attorney said. Officials with the various agencies ...


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