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Two Rivers revenue stream drying up

By Amy Hamilton

Hardwood floors and lofty ceilings greet visitors to the bright, new ballroom on the top floor of the College Center at Mesa State College. To the west, massive windows boast sweeping views of Colorado National Monument. The scene from a ...


Program cuts factor in official’s departure

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The Mesa County Commission and the head of its Human Services Department agreed to part ways this week when it became clear that Len Stewart was uncomfortable making cuts to the county’s child-welfare program, Commissioner Janet Rowland ...


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Eastgate City Market to close

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The Eastgate City Market, where sales took a hit with the recession and the expansion of the nearby Wal-Mart Supercenter, will close next month. The 57,000-square-foot store at 2830 North Ave. will shutter Dec. 11, and the majority of the ...


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Norwood soldier, 25, killed in Afghanistan

By Paul Shockley

U.S. Army Cpl. Aaron Cruttenden was less than thrilled with his reassignment to a unit in which he’d regularly be clearing hidden bombs in Afghanistan, according to his stepfather. He’d envisioned building runways and ...


County foreclosures hit 264 in 3rd quarter

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County was the largest county in the state to see a year-over-year increase in foreclosure filings during the third quarter of 2010. Mesa County’s foreclosure- filing total increased 20.9 percent year-over-year in the third ...


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Brothers in arms gather in honor of one another

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Donal Compton peered out the open window of a sport utility vehicle toward the flags and the speakers clad in their military best at 11 a.m. Thursday. Compton, 90, wore his cap denoting him as a World War II veteran. Soon after the Japanese ...


Cops: Man stabbed friend over shirt

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man is accused of stabbing his friend after making drunken demands about his friend’s T-shirt, according to an arrest affidavit. Justin L. Blodgett, 19, 499 Aspen Grove Drive, was arrested on a warrant Wednesday on suspicion ...


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City’s work force shrinking even as its boundaries grow

By Amy Hamilton

With tons of leaves to be picked up, city of Grand Junction worker Bob Spaid has little time to stand around talking. Even a few minutes with a reporter is a couple moments too long. “See, I’m in big trouble already,” Spaid ...


Lochmiller’s trial date delayed to February

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The trial of the owner of failed Valley Investments has been pushed to February from a planned December start. Philip Rand Lochmiller’s trial on multiple counts of securities and mail fraud was set to begin Dec. 27, but was reset to ...


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Hilltop opens its Senior Daybreak

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The staff at Hilltop’s Senior Daybreak was eager to show off to the public its newly remodeled facility during an open house Wednesday afternoon. The new facility was created by combining two of the cottages at The Commons, 1620 Hermosa ...


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