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Ex-Fuji owner ‘never thought’ she’d be caught

By Paul Shockley

A 60-year-old woman whose prostitution business managed to fly under the radar of police for 14 years told investigators she was “quite comfortable” in Grand Junction and had planned on retiring in 2008, when authorities finally ...


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Ex-chief of Census office files complaint

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A complaint by a former manager depicts the Grand Junction census office as a den of backbiting and turf battles, as well as anti-Semitism, drug use and several varieties of unprofessional conduct. The office at 573 W. Crete Circle also was ...


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Science center takes founder’s name

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The Western Colorado Math and Science Center has a new name in honor of its founder. The center’s board of directors this month unanimously voted to change the name to the John McConnell Math and Science Center of Western Colorado. ...


Data glitch blamed for Verizon’s outage

By Amy Hamilton

A software data glitch was blamed Thursday for the outage of phone and text-messaging services for Verizon Wireless customers in western Colorado. The outage affected customers in Colorado and southern Wyoming, Verizon Wireless spokesman Bob ...


Temporary head of Census office lived at Horizon Towers, which was overlooked

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The tallest residential building in Grand Junction, which inexplicably was passed over when census forms were sent out, also is the home address of the man who was in charge for a time of the western Colorado head count. Russell Copelan, who ...


Getting It Right, April 23, 2010

By Staff

A story on pages 1A and 10A Wednesday, “Development applications take a big drop from 2009,” should have said the number of permits as well as development applications decreased from the first quarter of 2009 compared with the ...


Education Committee to vote on tenure bill

By Emily Shockley

Colorado Senate Education Committee members are expected to vote today on a bill that could change how tenure works in the state’s public education system. Senate Bill 191 would continue the current process of having teachers on ...


Local schools take first, second in state Knowledge Bowl competition

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction High School’s academic team won the state Knowledge Bowl title again this year, upholding a seven-year winning streak. Grand Junction High School has taken home the state championship 14 of the last 15 years, according to ...


Local Briefs, April 23, 2010

By Staff

Friends of McInnis Canyons welcomed The Fruita Chamber of Commerce is welcoming The Friends of McInnis Canyons as a member and will be celebrate with a ribbon cutting and open house at 4:30 p.m. today at The End Zone, 152 S. Mesa in ...


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Victim’s sister: Don’t ignore domestic abuse

By Emily Shockley

Denise Brown didn’t have a violent childhood. Neither did her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson. Violence was brought into their lives as adults, when Denise Brown said she witnessed incidents of domestic abuse between her sister and her ...


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