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Superintendent: Park status won’t hurt businesses

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Upgrading Colorado National Monument to a national park won’t harm the businesses that sit beneath and will boost them instead, the superintendent of the monument said. Making the 20,000-acre monument a park “would not further ...

Sentencing to be delayed in fraud case

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Philip Rand Lochmiller II, son of the owner of Valley Investments, won’t be sentenced until after his father is tried on multiple charges in connection with the company’s failure. In court documents he signed, the younger ...

Ski patrol at Powderhorn

Skiing is believing: Powderhorn opens Dec. 16

By Amy Hamilton

It won’t be long before snow lovers are pulling on their snow pants and lacing up their snowboarding boots. Powderhorn Ski Resort announced Thursday it will open for the season in less than a month, on Dec. 16. If weather permits (read: ...

Sheriff probes vulgar e-mail about Meis

By Paul Shockley

A message sent from a Mesa County e-mail account to all county employees, which included a vulgar suggestion for Commissioner Craig Meis, is the focus of an investigation at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The e-mail, obtained by ...


Film depicts ‘jewel’ in valley

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Greg Mikolai figured most people were accustomed to taking in the sweeping vistas of Colorado National Monument from the safe and convenient platform offered by Rim Rock Drive. But in creating a documentary marking the monument’s 100th ...


Man accused of downloading, sharing child porn

By Amy Hamilton

A 30-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested on a warrant Wednesday on suspicion of downloading and sharing multiple images of child pornography, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Randy Keith Moore, 2853 1/2 Mesa Ave., ...

Mesa County quickly taps finalist for Human Services post

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Mesa County is moving quickly to hire a new head for the Department of Human Services, announcing that interim director Tracey Garchar is the finalist for the job. The announcement, which was posted Thursday afternoon at the county ...

Briefs, Nov. 19, 2010

By Staff

Clifton Fire Department is toy collection site The Clifton Fire Department, 3254 F Road, will collect toys that will be distributed by The Salvation Army Angels Among Us program and by medical program students at Western Colorado Community ...

GOP takes House with close win in Jefferson County

By Charles Ashby

The Republican Party’s control of the Colorado House is official. Though most legislators from both sides of the aisle had been operating since Election Day as if that were the case, it didn’t become official until the Jefferson ...

Mesa State construction-management team takes second in BYU competition

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A team of construction-management students from Mesa State College took second place earlier this month at the 11th annual Construction Management Challenge at Brigham Young University. Team members were Brady Blackmer, Jamielee Cucuiat, ...

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