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Daily Press cuts Mondays out of press run

By Amy Hamilton

In an effort to cut costs, the Montrose Daily Press will no longer print a Monday edition, starting next week, Publisher Stephen Woody said. The paper with a circulation of about 6,000 will still offer news content Mondays in an online ...


Accused teen vandals hit with 76 charges, including 50 felonies

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday filed 76 charges, including 50 felonies, against two teenagers accused of a crime spree across Orchard Mesa this month. Michael Moore and Caleb Hovland, both 17, were charged formally in juvenile criminal complaints ...


Planning official broke no rules in airport testimony

By Staff

A Mesa County Planning Commission member broke no rules when he testified earlier this month before his superiors on the county commission against a proposal by Gateway Canyons Resort to expand its air tour operation. But all three county ...


Open house on Main Street remodel tonight

By Emily Shockley

The Downtown Development Authority will preview four potential new looks for Main Street during an open house tonight at the Whitman Building, 248 S. Fourth St. The public is encouraged to examine and comment on the four designs for a ...


Homeowners say doing own remodeling saves money, helps them sell the house

By Emily Shockley

With some do-it-yourself books and a little advice from the experts, Grand Junction resident John Horton saved 20 grand. Aside from installing wood floors in his own home, Horton learned how to lay tile and perform electrical work, among ...


Board reaffirms OK given to shelter

By Amy Hamilton

Over the objections of some nearby business owners, a homeless shelter on North Avenue got the go-ahead Tuesday night to expand its facility. By a 6-1 vote, the Grand Junction Planning Commission denied an appeal by nearby business people to ...


Bill pits firefighters union, city

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A firefighters union and Grand Junction city officials are on opposite sides of a measure that would allow firefighters to bargain collectively, and Gov. Bill Ritter is in the middle. Ritter is considering the fate of the measure, S.B. 180, ...


City banks on loans to replace pipes, stimulate economy

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The city of Grand Junction hopes to receive $7 million in state loans so it can fix an array of old water and sewer lines and install new sewer lines in the Redlands. City officials are banking on the fast-tracking of the projects to have ...


Outlying county towns cope with sewage problems

By Staff

Wastewater treatment plants are falling into disrepair across Mesa County. De Beque, Powderhorn, Mack and Collbran all face major issues. De Beque is trying to get ahead of the curve by building a new wastewater treatment plant and upgrading ...


Meeting today on education standards

By Staff

The Colorado Department of Education will seek public comment today on revised draft academic standards for the state’s preschool through high school students. The meeting is at 5:30 p.m. at Doubletree Hotel, 743 Horizon ...


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