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Portrait photographer Mauch to retire

By Rachel Sauer

Of all the things that survive, of all the anchors keeping us steady in fluctuating tides, these are the treasures: the missing teeth, the apple cheeks, the wedding-day blushes, the Sunday best, the familiar eyes crinkled at the corners, the ...

Economic group may go different direction

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When the Grand Junction Economic Partnership board meets next week to decide how to replace its departing executive director, it will confront a different landscape than it has in previous searches. More players are in the ...


Despite frost fright, majority of peaches spared in valley

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Back-to-back record-low nights damaged some fruit trees in the east end of the Grand Valley, but several farmers reported Sunday that the majority of their big money-making crops — peaches — survived the frigid weather. Many of ...

86 District 51 seniors have perfect grades

By Staff

Eighty-six students graduating this month from School District 51 have achieved a 4.0 grade point average or better during their four years in high school. More seniors in the class of 2011 have achieved this goal than any class since 2002, ...

Masons confer awards, scholarships at ceremony

By Staff

Masons confer awards, scholarships at ceremony Grand Junction-area Masonic lodges awarded college scholarships to Grand Junction High School senior Zach Bush and Central High School senior Rachel Kirk at the 24th annual Public School Awards ...

Employer compliance added to immigration measures at Capitol

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Rep. Randy Baumgardner is trying once again to impose fines on employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. The Hot Sulphur Springs Republican, who introduced but later withdrew a similar measure earlier this session, ...

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ShareFest partnership pays off this year for school

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When churches across the Grand Valley came together four years ago to serve the community in an event they called ShareFest, the adoption of Orchard Avenue Elementary School by First Presbyterian Church seemed like a natural fit. The church ...

Legislature This Week, May 2,2011

By Staff

This is the last full week of the 2011 legislative session, and it’s expected to include some long nights and lengthy debates, particularly over congressional redistricting. Today: Several immigration measures are up for debate, ...

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Father waits for call in daughter’s unsolved slaying

By Paul Shockley

For 35 years, horror and hope have come with phone calls for Mack-area rancher Jim Tomlinson. The 73-year-old keeps a cellular phone in the pocket of his work shirt and rises early most mornings, tending to his cattle roaming west-valley ...

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County collects leftover prescription meds

By Paul Shockley

Roni Haddock didn’t come close to finishing her prescription. After recent surgery, Haddock’s doctor prescribed high-powered painkillers, Oxycodone and 800 milligram Tylenol. On Saturday, she biked down to the Grand Junction ...

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