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3 apologize for kidnapping hoax

By Melinda Mawdsley

An investigation into a possible kidnapping Saturday in Delta revealed that it was nothing more than a prank staged by several juveniles, the Delta Police Department said. At 9:15 p.m. Saturday, officers were called to the Delta Wal-Mart, 37 ...


Glenwood Springs earns True Western Town honor

By Staff

True West magazine has named Glenwood Springs one of the Top 10 True Western Towns of 2010. The editors of True West determined the winners for this annual award based on how each town has preserved its history through attractions, old ...


Insurer ranks safe small cities; Grand Junction in top 20

By Staff

A recent study found Grand Junction ranked 16th among the most secure small cities in the United States. It’s the third time the city has placed in the top 20 for safety, as measured by the Farmers Insurance Group, according to a ...


East Orchard Mesa resident Cox enters field for District 54

By Staff

A native of East Orchard Mesa is the latest person to join the fray to be the Republican nominee for House District 54. David L. Cox, 28, will jump into next year’s race to replace Rep. Steve King, that is, should King run for the seat ...


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Valley Investments property sold at auction

By Paul Shockley

Philip Rand Lochmiller’s trash was Debbie Dunham’s early Christmas gift. When FBI agents sorted discarded items in a Dumpster behind Valley Investments’ office at 1445 N. Seventh St. in Grand Junction, they came across an ...


Living with the new normal, redefining success in recession

By Amy Hamilton

For many people, the recession is undeniably taking its toll with its cruel rounds of job losses, spiking foreclosure rates and plummeting stock values. While the outlook looks grim for many, a recession or a crisis of this sort may be just ...


A safe passage: Competition in Vail hopes to help wildlife cross the road

By Dave Buchanan

Vail Pass and Interstate 70, which one biologist sagely dubbed the “Berlin Wall for wildlife” for the roadway’s ability to block wildlife passage, has been selected as the site for an international competition for designing ...


Area births and marriages, Dec. 19, 2009

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 Langstaff ...


Religion briefs, Dec. 19, 2009

By Staff

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols set Episcopal Church of the Nativity will present its third annualFestival of Nine Lessons and Carols at 3 p.m. Sunday at 2175 Broadway. The concert tells the Christmas story in the tradition of ...


Recession over in Colorado, economist tells legislators

By Staff

The recession in Colorado is over, but the recovery is just beginning, the Legislature’s chief economist declared Friday. Natalie Mullis told state legislators in Denver that while all signs indicate the worst recession to hit the state ...


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