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Maps, budget shortfall divide state lawmakers

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The 2012 session of the Colorado General Assembly is gearing up to be a political one, if comments made by legislative leaders Friday are any gauge. At the Colorado Press Association’s annual legislative forum, the four ...

Watt, former Montrose city manager, dies

By Staff

Former Montrose city manager and longtime city worker Mary Watt died Thursday. Watt started working with the city as an executive secretary to the city manager in 1973. She was the city clerk for 25 years and became city manager in ...

White River Christmas tree going to Capitol

By Dennis Webb

White River National Forest officials and the Meeker community are excitedly awaiting Christmas, and not just this year’s Christmas. Federal and state officials announced today the 2012 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will come from the ...

Monument denial crucial in race bid, GJ organizers say

By Charles Ashby

The reason why Grand Junction isn’t part of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge is because its bid didn’t include Colorado National Monument, committee officials who put that proposal together said Thursday. Had the monument been ...

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City still not sure who will tear down White Hall ruins

By Charles Ashby

The clock ran out Thursday on a county notice of condemnation for the fire-gutted remains of White Hall, which burned two months ago. But, whether the owners of the structure at 600 White Ave. will tear down what’s left of the historic ...

Brownies on school bus laced with pot

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Mesa Middle School student is expected to face disciplinary action and possible criminal charges after the student allegedly brought marijuana-infused brownies aboard a school bus Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. Mesa County ...

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Junction High marks 100th date

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As a student, Renee Perry enjoyed pep assemblies every Friday, school lunch for 45 cents and a smaller student population at Grand Junction High School. Plenty has changed since she graduated in 1978. The school added buildings, staff and ...

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Powderhorn opens

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jim Giese’s snow surveillance began pre-Thanksgiving. It was then that Giese began checking Powderhorn Mountain Resort’s webcam — often — to get a live look at what ski conditions would be like when mid-December ...

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Instructions for gift assembly too complicated? R-5 High can help

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bought a bike for the kid for Christmas? Afraid you’ll be one of those parents who thinks assembly is a 10-minute task, only to wish an entire, frustrating afternoon later that you had taken the time to read the instructions? Or, maybe ...

Council points to list of Kadrich successes

By Amy Hamilton

Even as current Grand Junction City Council members have asked City Manager Laurie Kadrich to resign, they point to a long list of accomplishments by her since she took charge in the summer of 2007. Those projects include: Completion of the ...

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