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Political Profiles: Sam Susuras March 21, 2009

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At a time when the economy is struggling to gain its footing and people are searching for work that doesn’t exist, Sam Susuras believes he can put his professional background to work and offer some stability as a member of the Grand ...


Political Profiles: Ken Sublett March 21, 2009

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While most Grand Junction City Council candidates are focusing on popular issues such as the city’s failed public safety initiative, the controversy over industrial zoning along the Colorado River and the general economic malaise, Ken ...


Political Profiles: Bill Pitts March 21, 2009

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Nobody can accuse Bill Pitts of caring about what others think. On the night the Grand Junction City Council was expected to kick him off the Planning Commission over conflict-of-interest concerns, Pitts was in San Diego for a national ...


Political Profiles: Tom Kenyon March 21, 2009

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As an employee of Colorado State Parks for 31 years, Tom Kenyon believes the 40 or so state parks share many of the same problems as municipalities. Both deal in law enforcement, roads, infrastructure — and lots of complaints from the ...


Political Profiles: Roland Cole March 21, 2009

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Roland Cole is used to overcoming challenges. He was on the Commerce City Council when chemical weapons manufacturing at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal contaminated the city’s water supply. He helped lobby federal departments and ...


City budget cuts put before district pols

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District A Tom Kenyon — Couldn’t be reached for comment. Ken Sublett — “I think I am very, very suspicious that the cuts (City Manager) Laurie (Kadrich) has made are not going to be enough. I suspect there will have ...


Williams, royalty owners settle some issues

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Williams Production RMT will pay about $4.7 million under a partial settlement a judge approved Friday in a class-action lawsuit involving some 1,200 oil and gas royalty owners in Garfield County. Williams agreed to ...


Child sex-assault suspect kills self

By Dennis Webb

An inmate being held on allegations including sexual assault on a child committed suicide by hanging himself in his cell at the Garfield County Jail, authorities said Friday. Deputies discovered the body of Antonio Delgadillo, 25, during a ...


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Search for online deal hits jackpot

By Carrie Marfitano

Michael Pilling was on AutoTrader.com to sell some old vehicles and wound up winning two. The Grand Junction resident entered the $50,000 sweepstakes multiple times during the October-to-December entry period. Pilling had   read a news ...


GJ tea party a protest of Obama fiscal plans

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A tea-party tax protest similar to events across Colorado and the nation is planned for April 15 in Grand Junction. The tea party will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Lincoln Park.  The theme is similar to the Boston Tea Party, in which ...


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