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Ex-mayor sues county, alleges discrimination

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A former Mesa County employee who was terminated last year after 31 years on the job has filed a lawsuit against the county commissioners, alleging she was discriminated against and fired because of her age and race. Cindy Enos-Martinez, who ...


Contest winner meets president

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Nancy Fichtner called it a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” and an “honor” to meet President Barack Obama, who on Monday presented her the first award from a new federal program designed to find ways to save tax ...


SALVATION ARMY 12-21

Salvation Army’s troops ride to the rescue

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

This week The Salvation Army is expected to help 3,000 children and 1,400 adults by providing food and Christmas gifts to those unable to afford anything else this holiday season. A line of cars stretched around the Regional Center complex ...


No jail for man who sexually assaulted girls

By Staff

A Clifton man who used candy and cash to lure young girls before sexually assaulting them faces probation, and will serve no time in jail, under the terms of a plea agreement. Jesse Dale Baker, 67, who was arrested just before Halloween 2007 ...


Garfield’s interest in health study praised

By Staff

The head of a national initiative promoting use of health impact assessments in public policy decisions is praising Garfield County’s apparent readiness to help fund such a study in a community where up to 200 natural gas wells may be ...


Area births and marriages, through Dec. 17

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Charles Smith and Lacie Trover, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 27. Dagoberto and Zulema Moreno, Grand Junction, a daughter, Dec. 4. Shane Flynn and Shasta Hill, Fruita, a daughter, Dec. 5. Charles ...


RECESSION 12-18 1

HOLDING OUT FOR HOPE: A glimpse at economic snapshots of hope

By Amy Hamilton

3 - Alisha Horrocks It’s been some time since life was this good for Alisha Horrocks. A single mother of two children, ages 7 and 10, Horrocks is thankful for the job she landed in August. After surviving a nasty divorce, she now ...


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 ...


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