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Grand Valley Transit ridership hits all-time high

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Grand Valley Transit ridership surged to an all-time high in September, a boost officials attributed to the sagging economy and the bus service’s new south downtown transfer station. Grand Valley Transit registered 75,711 passenger ...


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Hall resigns from oil, gas association

By Dennis Webb

Former Mesa County Commissioner Kathy Hall has left her job with the Colorado Oil & Gas Association, but a spokesman for the industry group says she wasn’t asked to resign after comments she made in a new documentary. Hall’s ...


TURKISH OUTREACH 10-20

Muslim Outreach celebrates 40th anniversary

By Allen Gemaehlich

He went to Turkey to serve for the U.S. Air Force, but found an even greater purpose. Steve Hagerman fell in love with the Turkish people and their culture back in 1968–69. As a Christian, he found himself in the minority in the ...


Local Briefs, Oct. 21, 2009

By Staff

Training offered for liquor licensees The city of Grand Junction is offering free training for liquor licensees (owners), their managers and employees from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday in the City Hall auditorium, 250 N. Fifth St. Training will cover ...


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Fence to keep wildlife off highway

By Dennis Webb

They’re coming. As sure as winter temperatures start to arrive and the snow begins to fall, throngs of deer and elk will descend to the bottomlands of the Roaring Fork Valley south of Glenwood Springs, where they’ll make their ...


County gets more swine flu vaccine

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Mesa County health officials will administer another round of H1N1 flu vaccine to the public today, and this time it’s available to a broader group of people. The county on Tuesday received its second shipment of the vaccine. A total of ...


High court nixes review of gun raid

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced it will not hear a case involving law enforcement’s seizure of firearms from a Fruitvale man’s home. William Martin had asked the state’s high court to review a decision issued ...


District 51 school board race gets pricey

By Emily Shockley

It’s a rare year for campaign contributions to local school board candidates. District E candidate Rose Femia Pugliese reported $2,413 in contributions before Oct. 8. That’s about half of the money she’s received to date, ...


Education association asks legislators not to touch $110M in school funds

By Emily Shockley

The Mesa Valley Education Association is circulating a petition asking state legislators not to pull $110 million from school districts statewide. The state asked school districts to keep 1.9 percent of their budgets in an emergency reserve ...


Nuclear-plant proposal draws fire

By Dennis Webb

Citizen and conservation groups have joined a federal agency and others in raising questions about a water proposal for a possible nuclear plant near Green River, Utah. The groups Living Rivers and Uranium Watch said Tuesday they have joined ...


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