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Longtime officer, ex-GJPD chief, dies

By Paul Shockley

Carrying a badge by day, Bob Evers used to carry a tune most weekend nights. And he pulled off both jobs convincingly, a former colleague recalls. Evers once moonlighted as the front man of a local country western band that played regular ...


Briefs, Feb. 17, 2010

By Staff

Bankruptcy clinic deadline on Thursday Thursday is the deadline to register for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy clinic Feb. 25 in the multipurpose room of the Mesa County Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave. A lawyer who specializes in bankruptcy law outline ...


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Sixteen Grand Junction restaurants honored for perfect food-safety records

By Amy Hamilton

As far as the Mesa County Health Department is concerned, kitchen practices were more sanitary at McDonald’s in Clifton last year than at Bookcliff Country Club. McDonald’s, 3219 Interstate 70 Business Loop, was one of 16 Mesa ...


Bad blood once again in Montrose city election

By Charles Ashby

Dark clouds are forming over Montrose’s city election this spring, and the storm that’s brewing may be worse than in previous elections, candidates there said. While the three city seats up for election April 6 have their share of ...


Cops work to ID body found in canal

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Authorities on Tuesday were looking into whether a body found in a Delta County canal a day earlier is that of a Montrose man missing since last summer. The Montrose County Coroner’s Office performed on autopsy on the body to try to ...


District 51 survey shows support for some cost-cutting measures

By Emily Shockley

Preliminary results of an online School District 51 survey show support for a four-day school week and a shorter school year. Community members, students, parents and School District 51 employees were invited to take the survey between Jan. ...


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Sign company flashes its optimism

By Amy Hamilton

It can be a glum world, especially if you’re unemployed, losing your home or just struggling to keep the creditors at bay. But it’s safe to say no one is immune from the effects of the sagging economy. That’s why some locals ...


Sales tax shortfall has city scrambling

By Emily Shockley

The suspension of select programs and maintenance could fix budget woes for the city of Grand Junction, but only time will determine how much will be axed out of the city’s 2010 budget. Grand Junction City Council members and city ...


Deal struck for alleged bank robber

By Paul Shockley

Attorneys have reached a plea agreement for a Las Vegas man accused of robbing two Grand Junction-area banks over the span of three months last year. Douglas Edward James, 25, is expected to enter into an agreement during a plea hearing ...


3 snowmobilers safe after night stranded outdoors

By Paul Shockley

A trio of snowmobilers in Garfield County were reportedly in good condition Monday after being stranded overnight outdoors. The three Rifle residents, an adult male, his girlfriend and her teenage daughter, managed to find their way out of a ...


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