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All middle, high school lunches may go to $2.75

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Some school lunch prices may go up for sixth- through 12th- grade students when school resumes Aug. 23. The District 51 school board is expected to decide at its next meeting Aug. 17 whether to eliminate the current span of $2.25 to $2.75 for ...

Board talks Amendment 61 what-ifs

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District 51 may join the growing November ballot in an effort to offset the effects of another ballot measure. The district has a handful of options for handling the effects of Amendment 61 if it passes, District Support Services Executive ...

Fruita approves church, livestock site

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A Fruita ministry won approval Tuesday night to build a church and keep livestock on a nearly five-acre parcel in a residential area of the south end of the city. The Fruita City Council granted a conditional-use permit and site design review ...

Police blotter, Aug. 4, 2010

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Boots reported stolen Chad Owen Boyd, 47, homeless, was arrested Monday on suspicion of first-degree burglary and misdemeanor assault after he allegedly entered a man’s front door in the 2200 block of Orchard Avenue, made his way to the ...


Alcohol suspected in fatal crash

By Amy Hamilton

Police were attempting to pull over a suspected drunken driver who was not using headlights Monday night when his vehicle crashed into another, killing a 20-year-old Grand Junction woman, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Rebekah Joy ...

Western Colorado airports to get part of $3 million in federal funds

By Staff

Several rural Colorado airports will combine to receive more than $3 million in new federal funding. The largest amount, $2.2 million, will go to the ongoing project to realign and make other upgrades to the runway at the Garfield County ...

Romanoff reiterates intent to avoid cash from corporations

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Andrew Romanoff’s campaign manager created a firestorm Tuesday in his bid for the U.S. Senate when he said his boss would accept donations from a Democratic Party political-action committee despite his long-standing stance against ...

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McCain to stump for GOP hopeful Norton at weekend event in Grand Junction

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Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., will campaign for Jane Norton in Grand Junction on Sunday as her race for the U.S. Senate nears the finish line. Norton, a Grand Junction native, was the state chairwoman for McCain’s 2008 presidential ...

Hells Angels rumble through Gunnison, Mesa County

By Paul Shockley

Dozens of traffic tickets or arrests in just a few days might otherwise alarm Gunnison County Undersheriff Rick Besecker. But considering recent company, he’s happy. Last week, hundreds of members or want-to-be members of the notorious ...

Unaffiliated voters can still pick party for primary

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Unaffiliated voters who want a say in the primary election can register with a party and cast a ballot this week and on Election Day at either of two voter service centers that now are open. Voters also can update their affiliation, receive a ...

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