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Council not too keen on making its email public

By Amy Hamilton

Making emails between Grand Junction City Council members routinely accessible to the public may create more problems than it would solve, according to consensus of the board Saturday during a daylong retreat. City staff members were directed ...

Sexual abuse prompts meeting in Delta

By William Woody

DELTA — The Delta Police Department will sponsor a public meeting designed to educate residents about child sexual and physical abuse and what services are available for victims. The meeting will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at ...

All Points Transit seeks feedback

By Staff

MONTROSE — All Points Transit, a transportation provider for the cities of Montrose, Delta, Olathe and communities on the west end of Montrose County, will sponsor a series of public meetings seeking feedback to improve service. All ...

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Junction woman retires globe-trotting bicycle

By Paul Shockley

Beth Littleton said there was only one proper way to say goodbye to her 1950 Raleigh bicycle. On the road. Saturday morning, Littleton, along with friends and family, saddled up for a roughly five-mile ride from her home to downtown Grand ...

Collbran man hurt in crash

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol said distracted driving may have factored into a rollover traffic accident Saturday morning near Collbran. Darr Tolman, 52, of Collbran, was thrown from a 2002 Kia sedan when his vehicle careened off Colorado Highway ...

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Harkening back to frontier life

By William Woody

Hard work, traditional living and ingenuity, ingredients for life in the Grand Valley 100 years ago, were explored Saturday as part of Heritage Days at Cross Orchards Museum. Wool spinning, blacksmithing, soap making, honey production and ...

Horse Photographer

Photos are great, but horses come first for equine photographer

By Bob Silbernagel

Horse people are an independent lot, folks who like to do things for themselves to ensure they’re done right. It’s not unusual to find farriers who took up horseshoeing because they were dissatisfied with the way someone else shod ...

Traffic Alert, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: Interstate 70 Business Project near Mesa Mall: CDOT is working to complete the Interstate 70 Business Loop reconstruction. Eastbound through lanes/median work continues on ...

For The Record, June 5, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Tony and Deserae Wilson, Palisade, a son, May 12. Johnathan Garcia and Bethany Miles, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 14. Levi and Jessi Heinritz, Crawford, a daughter, May 14. David and Ashley Tangreen, ...

Court’s water ruling could have effect on West Slope

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A Colorado Supreme Court ruling limiting the amount of agricultural water that could be diverted to a growing suburb could have implications for the Western Slope. “It underscores the proposed cooperative agreement” among several ...

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