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BUS GPS 9-22

School-bus tracking goes high-tech

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Though school bus riders won’t notice the difference, the district will soon be keeping a keener eye on its student cargo. First Student, the contractor that provides bus service to School District 51, has installed an electronic and ...


River fish monitoring to begin

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Biologists working to save endangered fish in the Colorado River Basin will try to listen in as the fish navigate the new passage past the Price-Stubb Dam across the Colorado River. Plans call for the installation of an antenna at the fish ...


Recovery of economy a ways off, expert says

By Emily Shockley

Weak energy industry, banking and commercial real estate prospects may hold Colorado back from economic recovery any time soon, according to economist Mark Snead. Snead, the branch executive in Denver for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas ...


Utes come back home this weekend

By Bob Silbernagel

The Utes are expected to return to northwestern Colorado in substantial numbers this weekend — to dance, feast, share their culture and food with visitors who attend the Smoking River Pow Wow, and to remember their ancestors, who for ...


Officer’s resignation letter released

By Paul Shockley

A former Grand Junction Police Department officer facing domestic violence charges resigned from the department last week. Courtney Crooks, 24, wrote in a letter of resignation that he’ll seek career opportunities elsewhere. “I ...


Trial begins for ex-GJHS activities director accused of Internet sex crime

By Amy Hamilton

A Texas man who tipped off authorities to sexually explicit Internet chat between a Grand Junction High School administrator and the profile of a 14-year-old girl testified Tuesday during the first day of the trial for Johnnie Walker. Jason ...


Parking reduced Main 9-21-9

Loss of Main Street parking spaces worries some downtown merchants

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The public hearings have been held, the votes have been taken and the Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority is forging ahead with plans to renovate Main Street. But for the majority of property owners and merchants in the 400 block of ...


Briefs: Local news Sept. 22, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

Alzheimer’s Walk 10 a.m. Saturday The 20th anniversary Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Grand Junction. Registration is at 9 a.m. at the Lincoln Park Barn near the intersection of Teller Avenue ...


Teens build interests in careers at center

By Emily Shockley

Only one place in Grand Junction houses a flower shop, a restaurant, a day care facility and a busy construction site in the same building. The Career Center at 2935 North Ave. offers high school students a chance to explore a career for two ...


Colorado falls short of budget by $561M

By Emily Shockley

More state budget cuts are likely following an announcement Monday that the state’s general fund shortfall has increased to $560.7 million. Gov. Bill Ritter said Monday that going to the ballot for a tax increase would take too much ...


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