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Cherries jubilee on Main Street

By Emily Shockley

Curb-to-curb foot traffic flooded downtown Grand Junction on Thursday evening for the summer’s inaugural American National Bank Farmers Market. Alongside the booths people know to look for each year stood a number of newcomers, ...


DUI arrests up 59 percent

By Staff

Driving-under-the-influence arrests by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department are up 59 percent this year, compared to the same time last year. Deputies have been working checkpoints with troopers from the Colorado State Patrol and are ...


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FEDS BRING ARTIFACTS INVESTIGATION TO GJ

By Paul Shockley

Federal agents removed five taped-up cardboard boxes and several brown paper bags from a home on Orchard Mesa on Thursday evening, ending a 10-hour search of the property at 8 p.m. A law enforcement source at the scene, who spoke on condition ...


Obama invited to tour valley health insurer

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President Obama has an invitation to visit Rocky Mountain Health Plans in Grand Junction, courtesy of U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo. Salazar, whose 3rd Congressional District includes Grand Junction, where Rocky Mountain Health Plans is ...


Cooler during normally hot June

By Staff

June is normally the driest and third-hottest month of the year in the Grand Valley, but so far this month residents have enjoyed a wetter, cooler break. The average daytime high temperature in Grand Junction for the first 10 days of this ...


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CSU plan would combine Western Slope research centers

By Staff

Colorado State University is looking to combine its three Western Colorado Research Center locations into one. State budget cuts have taken a big bite into higher education, but CSU officials say state budget cuts have nothing to do with the ...


Bond set at $500K for GJ shooting suspect

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday set bond at $500,000 for a man accused in the May 31 shooting that wounded a resident of a Grand Junction apartment complex. Robert Roy Rodriguez, 22, is being held at the Mesa County Jail on suspicion of attempted ...


Industry official pushes natural gas for cars

By Dennis Webb

SILT — Promoting use of natural-gas-powered vehicles along Colorado’s major interstate corridors could clean the state’s air, save motorists money and help support the local energy economy, an industry official says. Don ...


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Art project gets $6,000 to help with installations

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The Legends Sculpture Project, which has installed two sculptures of well-known Grand Valley figures in downtown Grand Junction, has received a $6,000 donation toward its goal of installing five bronzes of significant contributors. The ...


Delta begins audit of police department to purge its old files

By Staff

The Delta Police Department is doing some house cleaning of sorts. The department has initiated a six-month project to audit its old records and purge outdated and unnecessary files. The department recently completed a similar audit of its ...


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