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Head shaving for test scores

By Gretel Daugherty

Grand Mesa Middle School teachers and administrators lose some hair when their students raise recent test scores. May 2009  ...


DYC dogs

By Duffy Hayes

Kids in the county Department of Youth Corrections train dogs as part of their graduation. Sept. 2009  ...


CAT auction action

By Duffy Hayes

Scenes from the huge Caterpillar heavy equipment auction, held at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. June 30, 2009  ...


Artifacts hoax

By Duffy Hayes

A prankster in the 1950s baited scientists with his homemade ‘artifacts.’ Sept. 2009  ...


‘Bee Bob’ busy again

By Duffy Hayes

Bob Hasse — better known as “Bee Bob” — is at it again, ridding yards of the bee swarms that pop up every spring and summer. June 2009  ...


Cedaredge school delays details of reported threat

By Staff

An investigation into a report of a possible threat against a Grand Junction school was hindered by administrators at a Cedaredge alternative school who initially refused to provide police with the names of a teacher and student who had ...


Mercury likely will go to Texas, not Whitewater

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The best place to store the nation’s stockpile of mercury is probably in Texas, the U.S. Department of Energy said. The Energy Department listed Waste Control Specialists, a company in Andrews, Texas, as its preferred alternative to ...


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Homeowners in tussle with nonprofit over development

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The brochure touted Palisade’s Wine Valley Estates as “a peach of a place,” a 10-acre subdivision where buyers could build a custom dream home within a few hours of Colorado’s glitziest ski resorts and walking distance ...


Briefs, Jan. 22, 2010

By Staff

City seeks feedback on programs, services The city of Grand Junction is looking for a group of Grand Junction residents interested in providing future feedback on city programs, services and plans. The feedback will be gathered through ...


Water watchers hope storm will heighten low snowpack

By Dennis Webb

As of Thursday morning, Mark Nieslanik figured the winter’s accumulation of snow around the Carbondale ranch that he manages was about 16 inches. “Right around average,” he said. But the snow he counts on to irrigate hay ...


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