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Interim Chief Camper 8-31-9

Interim police chief wants to stay

By Paul Shockley

A field of candidates to be Grand Junction’s next chief of police includes a man who initially wasn’t interested in the job. Interim Grand Junction Chief John Camper, who has filled a temporary post while maintaining employment ...


Rulison-area plan for 79 gas wells cleared by BLM

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management has approved a plan by Noble Energy to drill 79 natural gas wells in the area of the Project Rulison underground nuclear blast. The project is still subject to White River National Forest review regarding a ...


Bed and breakfast opponents end fight

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The creation of a much-debated bed and breakfast in the Seventh Street Historic Residential District now appears imminent after opponents declined to take their battle to court. A group of historic district residents who spent months ...


Student of the Week, Dec. 21, 2009

By Staff

Name: Meghan Peters School: Palisade High School GPA: About 4.2 weighted, 3.8 unweighted. After-school activities: Basketball, homework, working out at Gold’s Gym and setting up some pickup games of basketball, and love the ...


Tax credit deadline looms

By Emily Shockley

There can be rewards for procrastinators, even when it comes to tax credits. People who buy new cars, light trucks, motor homes and motorcycles between Feb. 17 and Dec. 31 can receive a state and local sales tax deduction. Although the ...


More signs

Junction man missing

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department is looking for a man last seen Friday night at the Teller Arms shopping center on North Avenue. Officer Martin Donohue said Anthony Logan, 25, left his home by himself in the 1600 block of White Avenue ...


Stories of three people who have the will to fight hard times back

By Staff

1 - Michelle Knapton It would have been easy for Grand Junction bartender Michelle Knapton to continue slinging drinks for other bar owners as she had for the past decade. The money was decent, and she liked the social scene. But something ...


HOOTERS CROSSDRESSER V 1220

Lady in red really a loser at fantasy ball

By Melinda Mawdsley

Adam Molzahn is happy that he is a loser. With a 4-9-1 record, Molzahn lost his 12-team Fantasy Football League this fall. As punishment for his last-place finish, Molzahn stood in front of Hooters, 2880 North Ave., for one hour Sunday while ...


3 apologize for kidnapping hoax

By Melinda Mawdsley

An investigation into a possible kidnapping Saturday in Delta revealed that it was nothing more than a prank staged by several juveniles, the Delta Police Department said. At 9:15 p.m. Saturday, officers were called to the Delta Wal-Mart, 37 ...


Glenwood Springs earns True Western Town honor

By Staff

True West magazine has named Glenwood Springs one of the Top 10 True Western Towns of 2010. The editors of True West determined the winners for this annual award based on how each town has preserved its history through attractions, old ...


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