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Grant allows library to create lab for language-learning

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The more than 500 people utilizing Mesa County Public Library language classes have a new learning lab to aid them in their pursuit of a second language. The eight-computer language learning lab, downstairs in the Mesa County Central Library ...


Panel rejects Bobby Bash

By Amy Hamilton

The Mesa County Planning Commission will not recommend approval of the proposal for Bobby’s Birthday Bash, a country music festival proposed for the same June weekend this year as the two-decade-old Country Jam. After sifting through ...


‘John’ buys parlor used as brothel

By Paul Shockley

What remains of a former Horizon Drive prostitution business changed hands on Thursday in the manner by which it was sustained for 14 years in Grand Junction. Money was exchanged with a man named “John.” In a snappy bidding war ...


Coal mining is flash point in roadless proposal

By Dennis Webb

Accommodations for coal mining in the North Fork Valley are a point of contention in a newly proposed U.S. Forest Service roadless rule for Colorado. The proposal, released Thursday for a 90-day, public-comment period, is designed to protect ...


Sheriff’s deputy placed on leave after alcohol stop

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputy who was cited on suspicion of an alcohol-related driving offense while off duty has been placed on paid administrative leave, Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said ...


Extra Aircraft official: Deal appears ‘hopeless’

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose County officials’ time to finalize a lease with Extra Aircraft may boil down to today or never, according to the Germany-based manufacturer. Errol Bader, head of corporate development for Extra in Denver, said ...


Orchardists brace for frost damage

By Amy Hamilton

It’s a numbers game for fruit growers this time of year when sporadic nighttime low temperatures can wreak havoc on precious blooms. Thursday night lows that were expected to be in the mid- to upper 20s were the coldest nighttime ...


Montrose announces finalists for its city manager position

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The city of Montrose reduced 73 applicants for city manager to the following six finalists: William Bell, city administrator of Rhinelander, Wis. Stephen Giesbrecht, city administrator of Electra, Texas. Robert Karlinsey, ...


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Baby sitter released on immigration bond

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A woman who was jailed in Montrose County for four months in connection with the death of a child she was baby-sitting is free after her release from the El Paso County Jail. Maria Zavala-Almanza, who has been identified as Maria ...


Budget passes despite Dems’ misgivings

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The GOP-controlled Colorado House gave its blessing to the 2011-12 state budget Thursday. And while Democrats who control the Senate earlier in the week approved concessions to appease House Republicans, numerous House ...


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