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Medicinal pot users, producers not so laid back over regulations

By Amy Hamilton

At its peak, 28 medical marijuana dispensaries dotted Mesa County’s landscape, staffed by about 200 workers who helped pull in tens of thousands of dollars in sales taxes each month for Grand Junction’s city coffers. What a ...


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Montrose Pavilion bursts with color of quilt show

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Thousands of fans of the thread flooded the Montrose Pavilion on Saturday for the second day of the annual Black Canyon Quilt Show. The three-day celebration, which concludes today, is in its 16th year, and is presented each ...


Lochmiller jury mirrors investors

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DENVER — The 15 people, mostly from the Front Range, who will decide the fate of Philip Rand Lochmiller have much in common with the investors and relatives of the investors he is accused of bilking of more than $30 million. The jury, ...


Your Town, July 10, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The lazy days of summer will eventually lead into crisp fall nights. ... Do you know a Fruita resident who has a reputation for outstanding community service? Consider nominating that person for the Grand Marshal of the Alpine Bank Fruita ...


Traffic alert, July 10, 2011

By Staff

The following road closure and maintenance project may impact traffic this week: Sixth Street utility work for Public Safety Building construction: The contractor will be installing conduit across Sixth Street between Ute and Pitkin avenues, ...


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Mesa County’s lone dispensary owners have growing relationship

By Amy Hamilton

After enduring multiple levels of background checks that delved deep into the minutiae of their histories, Palisade business owners Jesse and Desa Loughman essentially could be cleared to work as federal agents, they were told recently by ...


Policing pot activity made easier by recent legislation

By Charles Ashby

Local law enforcement agencies aren’t concerned where hundreds of medical marijuana patients in the Grand Valley are getting their weed. That’s because they’ve seen no evidence the illegal pot market in the region has grown ...


New medical-pot rules might shorten list of cardholders in fall

By Charles Ashby

The number of Coloradans who have a medical marijuana card continues to grow. But that may change this fall when many of those cards expire and patients attempt to renew them under new doctor-patient rules approved by the Colorado Legislature ...


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Motorcycle rally honors the memory of young man with ‘the biggest heart’

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Two days after she was injured and her boyfriend died in a motorcycle crash, 18-year-old Alex Redmond donned a helmet and climbed onto a motorcycle headed for the scene of the accident. Redmond was the passenger, and her boyfriend, Nicholas ...


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Library patrons create edible scenes from favorite books

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The colorful, character-filled worlds that Mesa County Central Library patrons can find in novels and storybooks came to life Saturday afternoon in the building’s basement. The library hosted its first Edible Book Contest this weekend, ...


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