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Eighth-grader a maestro of band fundraising

By Amy Hamilton

Mount Garfield Middle School eighth-grader Josh Anders could hardly believe it when his band teacher mentioned he only receives $300 a year to spend on new instruments or music. “You can only buy half a clarinet with that,” the ...


For The Record, May 14, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Braiden and Judy Wright, Olathe, a son, May 6. Carlos Lopez and Morgan Peebler, Delta, a daughter, May 9. Albert and Sorayda Campos, Delta, a son, May 10. Kayla Farris, Montrose, a son, May 10. Adan ...


Main Street merchants happy section is complete

By Amy Hamilton

Business owners along the 400 block of Main Street stepped out their front doors and threw their hands up to rejoice as the fences hemming in construction came down Tuesday. The block that was the first to get closed off when the Downtown ...


Area businesswoman to lead Palisade chamber

By Charles Ashby

Nearly two months after its previous administrator left, the Palisade Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director. East Orchard Mesa resident Katherine Fernandez will take over the top job starting Monday, said Sue Woll, a chamber board ...


Palisade Dollar General a no-go

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National discount retailer Dollar General has pulled the plug on its plans to build a store in downtown Palisade, bringing to a close a controversial issue that created a stir in this otherwise quiet town. The decision represents a setback ...


GJ Economic Partnership names director for interim

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The interim head of the Grand Junction Economic Partnership will embark on a tour of the Grand Valley aimed at sparking new interest in the organization. In the short term, Kelly Marlin said, she hopes such a tour will “get people ...


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Help wanted: Trail builders of a bike mind

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When the Bureau of Land Management put the finishing touches on a plan to manage 72,000 acres of public land known as the North Fruita Desert in 2004, one of the document’s highlights called for the creation of 8 1/2 miles of new ...


Rabid bat found in Grand Junction; dog likely exposed

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Mesa County health and animal services officials are reminding residents to avoid stray or wild animals and make sure their pets are up to date on rabies vaccinations after a rabies-positive bat was found in Grand Junction. Additionally, a ...


051211 New brew

Riverside brewery planned

By Amy Hamilton

Plans for a brewery near Grand Junction’s riverfront that have fizzled in the past decade have frothed up again. Owners of Kannah Creek Brewing Company recently gained approval for a conditional-use permit from Grand Junction’s ...


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Early 2011 vacancy rate 6.3 percent in Grand Junction

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Grand Junction’s rental housing vacancy rate fell to 6.3 percent in the first quarter of 2011, indicating the local rental market is getting healthier. The decline marks the fifth consecutive quarter-to-quarter drop since the local ...


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