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Lawyer plans post-mortem court appeal

By Paul Shockley

The death of a Grand Junction woman who was convicted on charges related to running a prostitution business will not stop her attorney from pursuing an appeal in the case. “We’ve already done all the work and filed our ...


Nurses you’d want by your bedside

By Rachel Sauer

Nursing is a profession of tangibles and intangibles. There’s the day-to-day of the job, the rounds, the questions, the IVs, the hours, the bandages and alcohol wipes and pills. These are what can be measured. The intangibles ...


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Some in southwestern Colorado want forest plan axed

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DOLORES — A “spiderweb” of trails and off-highway-vehicle routes on parts of the San Juan National Forest needs to be cleaned up, forest officials say. Critics of the plan, however, see more than a mere tug at the web as the ...


Longtime forest users view changes differently

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For decades, Victor Sundquist logged the San Juan National Forest for his money and hunted it for food, to say nothing of looking at it as a place of refuge and recreation. Veronica Egan has had similar experiences in the woods. She has run a ...


BLM seeks citizen advisers

By Staff

MONTROSE — The Bureau of Land Management is seeking nominations for openings on two Colorado resource-advisory councils, which advise the BLM on public-land management. The Northwest Resource Advisory Council and Southwest Resource ...


City vote on track for record turnout

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The city of Grand Junction is on pace to have the highest-ever voter turnout for a municipal election, as a ballot measure that would ban medical marijuana centers in the city and a highly contested City Council race have elicited strong ...


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Jobless rate dips slightly in Mesa County

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The number of people applying for unemployment declined in February as Mesa County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dipped one-tenth of a percentage point from January to 11 percent. Initial claims for unemployment in Mesa County ...


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Hotsenpiller opens door at scandal-ridden office

By William Woody

MONTROSE — You can see through the glass door installed on the entrance to his office. That means even when the door is closed, you can see Dan Hotsenpiller. You can see what the Seventh Judicial District Attorney is doing when ...


Civil unions bill faces test in House

By Charles Ashby

Only time will tell if a civil-union bill to give same-sex couples similar rights as those offered to married couples will gain enough Republican support in the Colorado House as it did in the Senate. On Thursday, the controversial measure ...


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Montrose looks for schools chief

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose School District RE-1J employees, parents and community residents turned out Friday afternoon to meet the three finalists for district superintendent. Tammy Clementi, Mark MacHale and Jeff Perry shared their ...


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