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Home sales dip, but GJ Realtors see hint of hope

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After a cold and slow winter, the Grand Valley real estate market is starting to show signs of spring life, real estate agents and mortgage brokers say. The activity comes as a study shows a price decline that has set back housing prices ...


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AT 95, STILL STANDING UP FOR WOMEN, LIBERALISM

By Melinda Mawdsley

Henrietta Hay does not care if you love or hate her liberal-politics opinions. Anyone who has read Hay’s columns during the past 19 years knows she supports Hillary Clinton, stem cell research and abortion. Her unabashed love of ...


Clifton fire caused by cigarettes

By Staff

A Thursday morning fire that struck a Clifton apartment complex was ignited by cigarettes, according to the Clifton Fire Department. Tenants were partying late the night before until about 1:30 a.m. Discarded cigarettes next to the rear wall ...


For stimulus, try this, Rowland tells Udall

By Staff

Economic policy for Sen. Mark Udall As suggested by Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland • Oppose carbon cap and trade. Its implementation would add $3,100 onto every U.S. household’s energy bill, Rowland said. • ...


Grabe sanity report due next month, court told

By Paul Shockley

Attorneys in the case of accused child murderer Allen Grabe told a judge Wednesday they expect to have a state hospital report on Grabe’s sanity by mid-May. Grabe, who is awaiting an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute in ...


City to begin collections Monday for spring clean-up

By Melinda Mawdsley

Homeowners aren’t the only ones prepping for spring cleaning in the weeks ahead. As the weather warms and the calendar approaches May, the City of Grand Junction begins its popular Spring Clean-Up program Monday. The program was ...


Robotics team reaches semifinals

By Amy Hamilton

Though they probably represented the smallest school of nearly 350 high schools from around the world, students at Collbran’s Plateau Valley High School robotics team don’t feel like the underdogs anymore. Nineteen students under ...


Man found in Rifle Creek died of natural causes

By Dennis Webb

A man whose body was found in Rifle Creek on Tuesday died of natural causes and apparently had been in the creek for about two weeks, Rifle police say. Lt. J.R. Boulton said the man has been identified as Matthew Joseph Fletcher, 45. Fletcher ...


Funds going to rebuild visitor center at Dinosaur

By Dennis Webb

Condemned portions of the Quarry Visitor Center at Dinosaur National Monument will be torn down and replaced in one of nearly 800 park projects across the country to be funded by federal stimulus money. The National Park Service on Wednesday ...


Thief smashes store window, steals smokes

By Staff

A desire for nicotine drove a man, dressed in a black sweatshirt with a hood, to smash out the drive-through window of a Smoker Friendly Store and steal about $71 worth of Marlboro cigarettes. The crook struck just after midnight Wednesday, ...


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