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Grand Junction health group expanding database

By Amy Hamilton

A group of Grand Junction health care partners has again received validation that their collaboration is eyed as a prescription for the nation’s health care woes. A nearly $12 million federal grant will go toward expanding an ...


Sickened uranium driller is fading

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One of the few living uranium core drillers in the West is battling to get oxygen to his lungs after an aneurysm constricted his already difficult breathing. Tom Green of Price, Utah, was taken by medical helicopter Saturday to Utah Valley ...


Report: Grand Junction has second most iPads in nation per capita

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When it comes to Apple’s latest technological gadget, Grand Junction-area residents and visitors have definitely discovered there’s an app for that. A recent report issued by Net Applications, an Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based Internet ...


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Pair to host event for celebration of nudism

By Amy Hamilton

Adam and Eve did it in the Garden of Eden. There’s no reason why you, too, can’t garden in the buff Saturday during World Naked Gardening Day. Two Fruita nudists are hosting a gardening party for guests to enjoy the outdoors au ...


Lawyer hears case for exercise, better diet

By Paul Shockley

A man who has swayed juries for 16 years in Grand Junction says he heard a compelling argument from his doctor over the weekend. Exercise more “and stop eating McDonald’s every day,” attorney Steve Colvin summed up his ...


Suthers: State winning war on meth

By Charles Ashby

“I’m going to try meth just once. I’m not going to be like that guy.” That’s the tag line to television and radio ads that have aired for some months, warning young people about the perils of using ...


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Man gets five years for drug-induced miscarriages

By Amy Hamilton

A former Grand Junction man who slipped his then girlfriend pills that caused her to lose the fetus she was carrying was sentenced Monday to five years in prison. Mesa County District Court Judge Thomas Deister said he had to balance several ...


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Students give teachers high marks

By Debra Dobbins

Grand Valley teachers “make the grade” with their students in a multitude of ways. Taking part in National Teacher Day, students express thanks to educators who helped them thrive: # # # Dear Mr. Prickett, My life has changed so ...


Mesa County OKs sewer fees for Whitewater

By Staff

The Mesa County Commission on Monday approved tap fees and sewer rates for landowners who want to hook into the new sewer line that will serve the Whitewater area beginning next year. Under an agreement between the Clifton Sanitation District ...


City kicks off listening tour May 6

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction will start “Listening Tour” public meetings regarding public safety facilities on Thursday. A public meeting is scheduled in each City Council district over the next four weeks. Community members are ...


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