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Demand up for overflow homeless shelters

By Amy Hamilton

More volunteers are needed for an overflow winter shelter program for homeless people. In three years, the program has expanded from three to 17 churches, which serve as overflow shelters in two-week rotations. Three years ago, only one ...


Nobel winner in economics will study health care system

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The Grand Junction health care system has been studied from afar for years now. It’s about to get the equivalent of a house call. This examination, though, is aimed not so much at diagnosis as finding a medium for a vaccine that might ...


Paying more, getting less

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction residents will pay some higher fees and notice some reductions in service based on the budget that is about to go to the Grand Junction City Council. Those changes, if approved by City Council members during a Dec. 1 meeting, ...


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Suspect in ranger shooting hunted

By Melinda Mawdsley

The hunt continued for the man suspected of shooting a Utah park ranger, who remained in critical condition Sunday at St. Mary’s Hospital. Family and friends said they were “cautiously optimistic” that Brody Young, 34, will ...


Man jailed after second contact by police

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 40-year-old homeless man was ticketed Friday and Saturday nights and was jailed after the second incident, Grand Junction police said. Gil Katan received a ticket about 10:30 p.m. Friday on suspicion of theft, disorderly conduct and ...


Conviction tossed in 2007 drug arrest

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County prosecutors vowed an appeal to the Colorado Supreme Court after a lower court threw out a conviction and prison sentence for a man arrested in a 2007 drug bust. Roque Garcia-Castaneda, 28, may have won freedom following a ruling ...


Residents tell new guv’s team GJ’s priorities

By Charles Ashby

The Western Slope is about more than oil and gas, about 50 Grand Junction residents told members of Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper’s transition team Saturday. The region has vibrant tourism, recreation and agriculture industries that ...


Log on learning: More students attending online schools

By Emily Shockley

With a 7-month-old baby at home and a full-time job as a Dairy Queen manager, Brittney Legrand doesn’t have much time to fit high school into her day. The 18-year-old dropped out of Grand Junction High School with just three credits ...


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Montrose family return home after failed cruise

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose residents Dave and Kathy Fowler had planned since March to take their mothers on a Carnival cruise through the Mexican Riviera. Instead, they were treated to a rescue mission from the U.S. Navy and a vacation they ...


For the Record, Nov. 20, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Dakota and Heidi Bingham, Montrose, a daughter, Nov. 15. Ryan Wells and Carly Springer, Delta, a daughter, Nov. 15. Daniel and Kena Iversen, Montrose, a daughter, Nov. 16. Maury and Vanessa Sullivan, ...


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