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Hospice gala gives area’s well-dressed a red-carpet night

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tuxedos and sequins are not commonly seen at Mesa County parties. Unless, of course, the partying happened Saturday night. Inspired nearly one year ago by a small, black, three-dimensional chandelier, officials with Hospice & Palliative ...


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Wilderness advocates size up a changed political landscape

By Dennis Webb

When Jeff Widen considers what special place he particularly would love to see protected in a San Juan Mountains wilderness bill, an area west of Silverton immediately springs to mind. Widen, the Durango-based associate director of the ...


Money a question mark for Thompson coalition

By Dennis Webb

A coalition trying to stop oil and gas development on some 200,000 acres west of Carbondale is having to start a dialogue with a new congressman who last year defeated an incumbent who had agreed to take up their effort. But the group’s ...


Governor clear about priorities

By Charles Ashby

A coalition trying to stop oil and gas development on some 200,000 acres west of Carbondale is having to start a dialogue with a new congressman who last year defeated an incumbent who had agreed to take up their effort. But the group’s ...


Montrose hospital case goes to court

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A dispute about a Montrose Memorial Hospital lease is headed to court, now that efforts at mediation have fallen through. Two days of hearings in April are scheduled before District Judge Jeff Herron, who declined last year to allow the ...


Suspect jailed in Delta toddler’s death

By William Woody

DELTA — Two-year-old Jesse Dorsch of Delta died in November from traumatic injuries that one forensic examiner called a “classic case of child abuse,” and the boyfriend of the child’s mother was arrested this week on ...


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All the campus bells are ringing

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The sound of construction has become the anthem most associated with Mesa State College in recent years. But Mesa State Music Professor and Faculty Trustee Monte Atkinson hopes the college soon will become better known for the sound of bells ...


Redlands standoff ends with man’s arrest

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of attempting to stab his former roommate, rob him of his possessions and drive off with his vehicle, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Kenneth James ...


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Delta father facing 16 years in 2008 death of 5-month-old

By William Woody

DELTA — A little more than two years after his infant daughter’s death, Daven Beck agreed to plead no contest to a charge of child abuse resulting in death. Beck, 23, entered the plea Tuesday, and the stipulations of the plea ...


Governor looks for ideas on boosting economy

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper took his boosting-jobs-and-the-economy show on the road Friday, gathering ideas from local business owners, elected officials and government economic development experts about how to help counties and the state climb out ...


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