Western Colorado

Page 1534 of 2508

Baking brigade organizes to help grieving family

By Amy Hamilton

A number of friends and volunteers couldn’t stand the thought that 5-year-old Breiana Jamison died on her birthday in a dreadful traffic crash. In an effort to help out the girl’s family, a number of people have banded together to ...

All residents of Montrose may pay fee for recycling

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Even Montrose residents who don’t recycle could end up paying for the service. The Montrose City Council is scheduled during its 7 p.m. Tuesday meeting to discuss a proposed $3 fee on its citywide, curb-side, recycling ...

Jobless rate down slightly for August in Mesa County

By {screen_name}

Unemployment in the Grand Valley slipped from 10 percent in July to 9.5 percent in August, even as the work force grew slightly, according to figures compiled by the Colorado Department of Labor and Unemployment. The rate in Mesa County, ...

091611 firefighter

By Gretel Daugherty

Firefighter/paramedic Cory Black discusses falling through the floor of White Hall as he was battling the black Thursday morning.  ...

White Hall Fire 091511

Fire guts historic White Hall

By Paul Shockley

A prospective buyer for White Hall made a formal offer for the historic building one day before it nearly burned to the ground, according to a Realtor representing the property’s owner. First Choice Realtor Harry Hotimsky said the ...

Residents have fond memories of White Hall

By {screen_name}

The prime acoustics of the building that housed a congregation, a performing-arts center and a string of private events over nearly a century disappeared Thursday in a column of flame and smoke. When flames gutted the interior of the former ...


De Beque tries another mill levy override to help shrinking school

By {screen_name}

De Beque School District 49-JT Superintendent Steve Strong hopes a mill levy override on November’s ballot will put students back in empty desks. De Beque’s has decreased by one-third in two years. Strong believes students who ...

Loma business owner, Fruita mayor latest to join race for Mesa County Commission

By {screen_name}

Loma rancher and small business owner Wes D’Aponti declared his candidacy for the Mesa County Commission on Thursday, portraying himself as a defender of agriculture and promoter of responsible energy development. Dressed in a cowboy ...

Ruling favors tax exemption for utility firms

By Charles Ashby

Machinery that Xcel Energy and other power producers purchase to generate electricity are exempt from the state’s sales and use taxes, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. Taxing that machinery, including the transformers used ...

School board elections attract few candidates

By {screen_name}

Two Mesa County-based school districts will have uncontested school board races in November, and one will have a single contested seat for voters to decide. School districts can opt out of having a school-board election if all candidates are ...

Page 1534 of 2508

  • Accountant

    Delta-Montrose ElectricAssociation & Elevatecurrent job openi...

  • Labor & Delivery Registered Nurses

    JOIN OUR JOURNEYNow Hiring ExperiencedLabor & Delivery Reg...

  • Rn, Lpn Or Ma

    4-5 days/week in Medical Specialty office w/benefits.Experience r...

  • Registered Nurses

    Find Your Life's Work at HopeWest.Our team of nurses is growing!I...

  • Teacher

    HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC SCHOOL is seeking applicants for potential future teachin

734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2017 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy