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Outdoor enthusiasts get their fix of gears at swap, sale festival

By Amy Hamilton

Laurie Brandt of Montrose wanted to sell a bike, not buy a new one Saturday during Grand Junction’s MOG Festival. But she couldn’t shake her feelings for a cylco-cross bike after spotting it at the Manufacturers of Outdoor Gear ...

Traffic Alert, April 15, 2012

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: ■ Railroad maintenance work, Seventh and Ninth streets: Union Pacific Railroad will close two downtown rail crossings on consecutive days next week for ...

Smooth talking on state budget

By Charles Ashby

State lawmakers are halfway through approving next year’s $19 billion spending plan, and so far they’re doing it with little political rancor. The budget for the 2012–13 fiscal year, which begins July 1, includes money to ...


Subcontractors not paid for airport job

By Amy Hamilton

Two local companies that worked on the fence to hem in the Grand Junction Regional Airport have not been paid by the general contractor chosen to work on the project, Nationwide Construction. Owners of Upland Gravel, 152 32 Road, and G&G ...

Highway 13 construction to slow traffic

By Staff

Motorists can expect traffic slowdowns with the resumption of a reconstruction project Monday on Colorado Highway 13 between Rifle and Meeker. The Colorado Department of Transportation issued a $4.9 million contract to Old Castle United ...

GJ man arrested on child porn charges

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man is facing five felony charges after federal agents located several images of child pornography on his computer. Cody Allen Crandell, 27, 1360 Glenwood Ave., No. 7, was arrested Thursday by the Grand Junction Police ...


Trooper scolded for lack of force in previous case

By Paul Shockley

Just weeks before the fatal shooting of Jason Kemp, Colorado State Patrol Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer said he was reprimanded by superiors for not spraying a drunken-driving suspect with pepper spray, according to testimony ...

Montrose Airport extending taxiway

By Staff

Montrose Regional Airport is beginning construction Monday to extend one of its taxiways, called the Bravo 1 taxiway. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of July. The airport’s main taxiway will remain open for ...

StarTek to add up to 150 workers

By Charles Ashby

StarTek’s Grand Junction office definitely is hiring and may be moving, company officials said Friday. The business outsourcing center at 630 S. Seventh St. may relocate to where it once operated a second location in town: the Eastgate ...

Citizen groups to present budget findings

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The District 51 School Board will hear ideas from two community groups Tuesday about trimming next year’s budget. The board has to cut between $2 million and $4 million from the district’s 2012–13 budget to compensate for an ...

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