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New valley ministry revs up, helps fallen motorcyclists

By Staff

Revving, winding and navigating the highways and byways of Mesa County is a joy to many motorcycle enthusiasts, until the rider meets the road. Riders who have accidents often have needs beyond what insurance covers. To help meet those needs ...


Cops shelve Street Crimes Unit, for now

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department temporarily has scrapped a small team of officers tasked with busting street-level drug dealing as the agency copes with the loss of personnel elsewhere. The department’s Street Crimes Unit — ...


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Class of 1939 plans summer reunion in Grandd Junction

By Melinda Mawdsley

Alice Else doesn’t think she or her classmates are special or extraordinary. Others might disagree. It has been 70 years since Else and 215 of her classmates graduated from Grand Junction High School. And plans are underway for a summer ...


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Grant will let Latimer House expand services to its clients

By Amy Hamilton

Victims of domestic violence will soon have one more tool to break free from abuse, thanks to a recent grant from Mesa County. Hilltop’s Latimer House, a safehouse for domestic violence victims, has received a $49,000 grant that will ...


Scope of new rules on federal land unclear

By Dennis Webb

When the state Legislature approved new oil and gas rules last week, a plan to implement them on private lands Wednesday became a sure thing. That’s anything but the case when it comes to the state’s plans to put the rules in ...


District may resort to four-day week

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School District 51 officials are looking at a range of changes intended to shore up the budget if the state cuts contributions to districts next school year. One of the possibilities is a four-day school week, district officials said. Before ...


Guarding a home ‘common sense’

By Carrie Marfitano

The Grand Junction Police Department teamed up with Home Depot on Saturday to help Grand Valley residents make their homes safer from intruders. “A lot of times we will throw these things out to people, but without visuals it sometimes ...


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BUS SERVICE HITS FORK IN THE ROAD

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Guests who stay at Dave and Michelle Walker’s Palisade Wine Valley Inn and want to take the bus into Grand Junction to spend a night on the town had better come equipped with more than good restaurant recommendations. Namely, a large ...


Grand Junction City Council candidate opinions

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Should the city of Grand Junction continue to fund Grand Valley Transit, or should the bus system look for a permanent source of funding through a new tax or fee? District A:Tom Kenyon “We need the Grand Valley Transit system. Our ...


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One hospitalized after fight at 12th and Main

By Carrie Marfitano

One man was taken to the hospital early Saturday morning after a fight in the 1200 block of Main Street. Grand Junction Police Department officers were dispatched to the scene at approximately 2 a.m. on reports of a street fight between ...


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