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Stability seen in political gridlock

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The prospect of gridlock in Washington, D.C., doesn’t necessarily daunt business people in the Grand Valley. If anything, the idea that the federal government might become snarled in disputes next year between the Republican House and ...


Weeding out tax breaks

By Charles Ashby

Two residential properties in Montrose County may appear identical, but not when it comes to how they are taxed. Both are about 3 1/2 acres with modest homes, and both list a secondary use for “hobby” farms. On one, two ...


Weekly Planner, Nov. 28, 2010

By Staff

Monday, Nov. 29 PEO Reciprocity, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 3888 27 1/2 Road, 9:30 a.m., all unaffiliates invited to attend, 243-8876. Crossroads United Methodist Church’s Rapture Ringers Youth Choir book fair, Barnes & ...


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Rescue Mission remodeled

By Amy Hamilton

Wearing a hot-pink sweater over a red blouse and matching red shoes, Lillian Brown was local royalty Saturday. The 87-year-old woman, who breathes with the help of an oxygen tank and whose hands now shake slightly, has dedicated oodles of time ...


More widening of Highway 6&50 part of transportation plan

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A draft transportation plan will be unveiled this week, giving the public an opportunity to comment on how local governments should invest in new road and trail construction, road maintenance and bus service over the next 25 years. Mesa ...


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Future of thrift store uncertain

By Amy Hamilton

With Christmas a few weeks away, the ceiling collapse at a thrift store run by The Salvation Army couldn’t have come at a worse time. Officials said they were relieved that no one was trapped or injured when a portion of the ceiling at ...


Hospital garage is closed after beam failure

By Staff

A parking garage at St. Mary’s Hospital was closed Friday after a beam supporting a balcony slipped off its foundation. Hospital officials said the beam was not part of the major structural support for the garage, but they evacuated the ...


Shoppers give retailers an early gift

By Charles Ashby

Chilly temperatures Friday didn’t cool Grand Valley shoppers to seeking out some hot deals around the area, local store owners said. In fact, business seemed much more brisk than last year, they said. “From what I’m ...


Theft of sky diving logbook, camera from car spoils Grand Junction man’s holiday

By Paul Shockley

They ate well at Stephen Reay’s Fruitvale home Thursday, but weren’t thankful for this turkey. That’s the person who, sometime Tuesday or Wednesday, apparently entered the parked car of Reay’s visiting daughter and ...


Ranger’s vest stopped bullets

By Paul Shockley

More than one bullet fired at Utah park ranger Brody Young’s back was stopped by a bullet-proof vest he was wearing on the night of a shootout near Moab, authorities said Friday. “There were several rounds to his back that were ...


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