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School employee gets June court date in theft case

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A Montrose school district employee who is accused of theft waived formal advisement to charges Thursday and will return to court next month. Latricia Proctor faces two felony counts of theft for dollar amounts more than ...

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Police credit outreach team in slaying arrest

By Paul Shockley

Investigators looking into the beating death of a man turned to the Grand Junction Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Team to identify a suspect, who eventually was arrested, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Aaron Myers, 26, ...

Lawmakers avoid standoff, end session

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers averted a special session not long before the 2011 session ended Wednesday evening when House Republicans backed away from a controversial amendment to a routine measure. A brouhaha began Tuesday when GOP ...

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Coupon clippers going to extremes

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The pantry in Kacey Cornum’s Grand Junction kitchen resembles a miniature grocery store. A set of shelves in front of the furnace holds dozens of boxes of identical cereals and canned foods. Around the corner, another set of shelves ...

Montrose city manager choice brings controversy

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose Mayor Kathy Ellis acknowledged Wednesday a city manager candidate has been offered a contract. Meanwhile, a pair of City Council members said the final decision on the city manager was not made in a public meeting, as ...

Official: Air firm looking at other locales

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Extra Aircraft, frustrated by slow-moving negotiations with Montrose County to locate a manufacturing facility there, is looking for another community to locate, if need be, according to a company official. Errol Bader, head ...

River Basin, Denver Water proposal will be discussed

By Staff

A public discussion of a proposed agreement between Denver Water and water users in the Colorado River Basin will take place at 6:30 p.m. May 19 in Grand Junction City Hall. Officials from Denver Water and the Colorado River Conservation ...

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Spring weather offers grab bag

By Amy Hamilton

Weather that has fluctuated in the last week from balmy to downright cool and soggy has some of us scratching our heads. Indeed, temperatures in the Grand Valley lately have either been above normal or below normal for this time of year, ...

Online coupons can be redeemed locally

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Local businesses are getting in on the online coupon trend. More than 49 million people used online coupons in 2010, according to Simmons Research. While national sites such as Groupon and Living Social are widely known for their daily ...

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Slain officers, deputies honored

By Staff

MONTROSE — Rainy skies were an appropriate backdrop to a somber atmosphere as dozens of law enforcement officers, friends and family gathered for a ceremony Wednesday to honor officers who have given their lives in the line of ...

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