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Montrose restaurants reopen

By Staff

MONTROSE — A pair of Montrose restaurants have reopened after the Colorado Department of Revenue closed them early last week. Damiano’s on Main, 1135 E. Main St., and Sushitini, 228 E. Main St., were forced to close Monday because ...


Buyers find treasures at auction of leftovers

By Melinda Mawdsley

A dirt lot seemed an unlikely place for Dylan Doudy to find happiness, but Saturday ended up being one of the best days ever for the Grand Junction youngster. On Saturday, Doudy got a new bicycle. Well, technically, the bicycle was not new. ...

Delta man suspected in 2 thefts at same store

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 27-year-old Delta man was issued a summons Wednesday on the suspicion that he stole from the same Grand Junction business he was suspected of stealing from the previous month, authorities said. Brandon Cook, 51728 Banner Road in Delta, was ...

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Officials host auction of surplus goods

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Unable to find their original owners, or simply to put an unused item to good use, Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction will host an auction today in the hopes of liquidating hundreds of surplus items. The annual auction is slated to ...

1 contested school board seat likely

By Paul Shockley

If the petitions pass scrutiny Monday, voters this fall will settle one contested race for the School District 51 Board of Education. With Friday’s deadline gone, incumbent board member Cindy Enos-Martinez and Redlands resident Ann ...

Mom gets 5 years for setting home on fire

By Paul Shockley

District Judge Valerie Robison on Friday handed down a five-year prison sentence for a woman who last year set fire to her apartment with her children inside. Kayla Settle, 22, of Clifton, could have received under a plea agreement with the ...

Officials impressed by Montrose river plan

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The city of Montrose recently won top honors in the 2011 Governor’s Awards for Downtown Excellence for the city’s adoption of the Uncompahgre River Master Plan, an ongoing effort to improve the river for economic ...

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High price of fodder has growers stacking their money along with bales

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While western Colorado has enjoyed a wetter-than-normal year thus far, local farmers and ranchers are feeling the effects of a prolonged drought that continues to plague southeastern Colorado, the Midwest and the southern Plains. What’s ...

Chamber, economic group push ballot for School District 51 funds

By Charles Ashby

A School District 51 proposal to place a $12.5 million mill levy override on this year’s ballot won early support from two Grand Junction business groups. Independently of each other, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce and the ...

Don’t drink the water in Hotchkiss

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Hotchkiss residents are being asked for the next six months not to drink tap water in town as a result of contamination stemming from disinfection efforts. Cafes and other businesses are taking the warning in stride, offering bottled water to ...

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