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CSU’s Palisade venture to groom students in wine industry careers

By Dave Buchanan

A 2-year-old state law may open the door to the state’s newest winery along with new opportunities for Colorado-born winemakers. A proposed agreement between Colorado State University and Grande River Winery will establish a CSU winery ...


College personnel issue moves ahead to full House vote

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Mesa State College workers sparred over a bill Thursday that would allow them to opt out of the state’s personnel system. The measure, which narrowly passed the House Economic & Business Development Committee, would ...


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Rec center makes a splash

By Paul Shockley

In raising Fruita’s future, they acknowledged the past. At the west end of the Fruita Community Center, 324 N. Coulson St., a local sculptor’s artwork consists of twisted, powder-coated steel with three oversized containers as its ...


Woman, 52, hospitalized after being struck by car

By Staff

A 52-year-old woman was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital after being struck by a vehicle while she was crossing a downtown street Thursday evening. Police responded to the accident at the intersection of Seventh Street and Ouray Avenue at ...


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Friends recall Mayer’s dedication to early education, conservation

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A memorial service will take place Saturday for Margaret G. “Deedee” Mayer, whose passion for early childhood education led her first to the classroom and eventually to education policy. Mayer served on the board of the ...


Koch formally charged in Delta toddler’s death

By Staff

DELTA — A man accused of killing a Delta toddler was charged formally Wednesday with child abuse resulting in death. Lukus Koch, 28, was charged in the death of 2-year-old Jesse Dorsch, who died after a Nov. 27 incident at a home in ...


Delta hospital seeks applicants for new CEO

By William Woody

DELTA — Delta County Memorial Hospital is seeking applicants for the position of chief executive officer after current administrator and CEO Tom Mingen announced he will retire at the beginning of next year. Mingen became the ...


Committee approves financing measure

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Grand Junction’s newest state legislator won committee approval Thursday for his first bill, a measure he hopes will help lift the state’s real estate market out of the doldrums. Rep. Ray Scott plans to do that with ...


Montrose city manager resigns

By Staff

Montrose City Manager Mary Watt resigned after more than 37 years of service to the city, the past five years as city manager, according to a city news release Thursday. Assistant City Manager Scott Sellers will serve as acting city manager ...


City ends back-in parking ‘experiment’

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction City Council members decided to just roll with a mistake Wednesday night and voted unanimously to put the brakes on back-in parking. Redoing 47 parking spaces along Seventh and Main streets   from reverse-angle to the ...


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