Western Colorado

Page 1450 of 1864


police chief john camper

City to repay thousands as Camper named chief

By Paul Shockley

City officials Tuesday said John Camper will be Grand Junction’s next chief of police, while announcing plans to repay more than $43,000 to Camper’s former employer. Working on an interim basis as chief for the past five months, ...


McInnis misses one opportunity against Dem foe, seizes another

By {screen_name}

Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis is spoiling for a debate with the only Democrat in the race, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper. Getting into the same room with Hickenlooper, however, has been problematic at best. Hickenlooper ...


Grocery workers approve contract

By Paul Shockley

Some 60 employees at Grand Junction-area Albertsons stores voted Tuesday night to ratify a new labor deal with their corporate ownership. The new agreement, effective for 52 weeks, includes a signing bonus, wage hikes, improved health ...


FILE STEVE KING MUG C 2-25

Ethics panel to investigate complaint filed against King

By Charles Ashby

A House ethics panel will meet today to determine whether Rep. Steve King improperly took travel money from his legislative office to pay for campaign expenses. The panel was formed after a complaint was filed last month by Colorado Ethics ...


Unemployment counselors in Grand Junction Thurs., Fri.

By Emily Shockley

Counselors from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will answer questions about unemployment insurance from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the Mesa County Workforce Center, 2897 North Ave. The counselors will be available ...


Clifton Elementary to receive grant to improve CSAP scores

By Emily Shockley

Clifton Elementary School is one of 14 Colorado schools expecting a portion of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 dollars given to the state to disburse to schools this fall. Clifton was the only school in School District 51 ...


020310 Fruita annex

Large annexation proposed for Fruita

By {screen_name}

The city of Fruita is prepared to annex a 186-acre property that could one day contain the largest housing development in the city. The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously tenatively agreed to bring into the city the sprawling property, ...


Local briefs, Feb. 3, 2010

By Staff

Marillac, Hilltop getting cash Colorado Springs-based El Pomar Foundation will present checks today to two Mesa County nonprofit organizations. The grant recipients are Marillac Clinic, which will receive $10,000 to assist with health ...


Grand Junction not the winner of Korbel’s ‘romantic city’ distinction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Grand Junction was not the winner of Korbel Champagne’s online contest to select “The Most Romantic City in America.” The winning city is Hana, Hawaii, followed by Indialantic, Fla., and Asheville, N.C. One wonders how ...


012610DRILLRIG1

Cold can pose drilling pad plumbing problems

By Dennis Webb

Every homeowner knows how the winter cold can test a property’s plumbing. It turns out, energy companies face the same ordeal. Frozen valves and other maladies, including operator errors trying to deal with cold-weather challenges, ...


Page 1450 of 1864




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy