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Local schools’ graduation schedules

By Staff

—— Today —— Mesa State College 8:30 a.m. at Stocker Stadium Class size: 1,206 (1,279 degrees and certificates) Last year: 1,044 (1,097 degrees and certificates) Keynote speaker:  Nick Lopez, Associated Student ...


Producers drill deeper, hit gas jackpot in Piceance

By Dennis Webb

Two energy companies are expressing excitement about results of early forays into natural gas development in deeper formations than the one usually drilled in the Piceance Basin. Delta Petroleum and Encana Oil & Gas (USA) are reporting ...


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Better late than never: Cinco de Mayo fiesta livens up downtown

By Amy Hamilton

No one seemed to mind celebrating Cinco de Mayo nine days late on Saturday in Grand Junction. Crowds swelled at the Colorado Avenue event as the sun appeared through breaks in rain showers. Recording artist Jenna Martinez from northern New ...


Graduation season 2011 photo galleries

By Staff

Click the links below to browse dozens of pictures from all of the area graduation ceremonies for the 2011 season. Reprints are available by clicking the links above the individual photos, so find your grad today! Mesa State ...


Lower bond denied man in sexual assault of fellow immigrant

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A prosecutor Thursday successfully argued against a bond reduction for Montrose resident Timothy Ondari, alleging that Ondari attacked a woman sexually in “a brutal assault that lasted many hours.” Ondari and the ...


3 Montrose men charged in meth investigation

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Three Montrose men accused by district attorney Dan Hotsenpiller of distributing “100 percent pure” methamphetamine throughout the Montrose area had court hearings Thursday. Richard Barger was arrested in Montrose ...


Advanced Placement backers look for funds

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Future funding is uncertain for a three-year program designed to expand Advanced Placement programs at Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high schools. Colorado Legacy Schools will find out this summer if program expansion will receive grants ...


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Eighth-grader a maestro of band fundraising

By Amy Hamilton

Mount Garfield Middle School eighth-grader Josh Anders could hardly believe it when his band teacher mentioned he only receives $300 a year to spend on new instruments or music. “You can only buy half a clarinet with that,” the ...


For The Record, May 14, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Braiden and Judy Wright, Olathe, a son, May 6. Carlos Lopez and Morgan Peebler, Delta, a daughter, May 9. Albert and Sorayda Campos, Delta, a son, May 10. Kayla Farris, Montrose, a son, May 10. Adan ...


Main Street merchants happy section is complete

By Amy Hamilton

Business owners along the 400 block of Main Street stepped out their front doors and threw their hands up to rejoice as the fences hemming in construction came down Tuesday. The block that was the first to get closed off when the Downtown ...


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