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Sanctuary audience sees light of legality

By Duffy Hayes

The light wasn’t great inside St. Joseph Catholic Church, but it was obvious that many of the more than 100 people who lined the church’s pews had hopes of emerging from the shadows. They listened intently to the speaker before ...


Lane moved today for I-70 work

By Staff

Beginning midday today, one westbound lane of Interstate 70 between Fruita and Mack will be re-opened as part of westbound traffic, after completion of one stage of a concrete resurfacing project in the area. The resurfacing project will ...


Faces are changing in many SD51 principal offices

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Classes begin today with somewhat-new faces in the principals’ offices at some District 51 schools. Yogi Cherp, who served as assistant principal at East Middle School for the past two years, will be Gateway School’s new principal ...


Regulations topic of business forums

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The National Federation of Independent Business is launching a campaign to stem what it calls President Barack Obama’s “regulatory tidal wave.” The federation announced the campaign, saying it would include forums around the ...


Radar upgrade to improve local weather detection

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An upgrade in the local National Weather Service radar system will help meteorologists better predict flash floods, detect hail, and tell the difference between rain, ice and snow from miles away. One-hundred sixty radar systems around the ...


AARP book drive starts today

By Staff

AARP Colorado and Serve Colorado, the governor’s commission on community service, will begin collecting donations today for the second annual “Book on into Reading” book drive. The drive collects books for elementary school ...


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School District 51 busing changes drive parents crazy

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More than 1,000 School District 51 students will wake up for the first day of classes 
Monday and learn what it’s like to not ride a bus to school. The district eliminated 16 bus routes this year, each with an approximate average ...


Consultants 
to study downtown Fruita issues

By Duffy Hayes

Monday and Tuesday will be big days for the future of downtown Fruita. City staff are hosting a cadre of consultants called Downtown Colorado Inc., a group that will take an intensive look at the issues facing the downtown area and develop a ...


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Festival of taste fills Palisade

By Melinda Mawdsley

The most difficult part of presenting an award-winning Palisade Peach Festival dish wasn’t actually making the food, at least not for Jessica Emilia. The most difficult part about participating in Saturday’s recipe contest was ...


Lawyer’s license to be eyed after confrontation

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction attorney accused of shoving a man during a child-custody exchange may face penalties against his law license. Roy K. Farber, 62, who practices at 115 N. Fifth St., Suite 301, was issued a summons on suspicion of misdemeanor ...


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