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POWER OUTAGE 122908

Planned power outage allows for feeder switch, leaves south downtown in the dark

By Amy Hamilton

Despite a two-hour planned power outage in downtown Grand Junction on Monday night, the C & F Food Store at 859 Pitkin Ave. kept its doors open as customers trickled inside, said Anna, a clerk. “We didn’t have any ...


INVERSION MT GARFIELD123008

Inversion leaves Grand Junction in a haze

By Staff

The Grand Valley has been under a polluted cloak of air since Sunday. A temperature inversion — created when cold air is trapped at the earth’s surface by warmer air — has settled in and could be staying for several ...


‘TIME FOR HIM TO GO,’ GRAND JUNCTION FANS SAY

By Staff

The Denver Broncos’ decision Tuesday to can head coach Mike Shanahan after 14 seasons was just what the team needed, local sports fans said shortly after the announcement. Aaron Gracie of Grand Junction said Shanahan’s firing has ...


Man still sought in robbery of credit union

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Paul Clement was just trying to make a deposit at his bank Tuesday night when he nearly ran over a man with his car. “I just said to my girlfriend, ‘That looks like a bank robber,’ ” Clement said of a man in a ...


Mobile Junction December 30, 2009

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Church lassoes wayward souls • The congregation is called “the watering hole.” The pews are patches of dirt, and appropriate dress might have mud or hay on it. The Round Pen Cowboy Church holds services every Sunday just ...


Bresnan, Fox and CBS affiliates reach tentative fee agreement

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Fox and CBS affiliates have reached a deal with Bresnan Communications to allow local cable viewers to continue to watch their local news and entertainment shows. Shawn Beqaj, spokesman for Bresnan Communications, said ...


U.S. Forest Service seeks deferral on gas leases

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The U.S. Forest Service will ask next week that 19 parcels on western Colorado roadless forest lands be pulled from a February energy lease sale. The parcels are on lands considered roadless under proposed rules for Colorado forests being ...


Judge upholds takeover of athletic club

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Nearly two months after an administrative shakeup at the Grand Junction Athletic Club and Day Spa and Salon, a judge has upheld Vicky Thurlow’s takeover of the business from Brad Willms and Willms’ attorney has withdrawn from the ...


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Evangelist brings healing touch to church

By Staff

The congregation of the Bethel Assembly of God Church, 2945 Orchard Ave., was looking for something Sunday night. Whether it was God’s love, the healing of an infirmity or evidence of the existence of a higher power, in so many words, ...


Cavett house credit 12-19-9

A different sort of credit crunch occurs at downtown business

By Staff

A downtown Grand Junction restaurant is in the middle of a credit- and debit-card nightmare. Owners of The Cavett House Grille & Pub, 359 Colorado Ave., say a credit card servicing company is randomly charging and crediting many of its ...


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