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Low-profile races in off-year vote

By Staff

Aside from the issue of term limits, there was not much on this year’s ballot for most Mesa County residents to get excited about. Being an off-year election, this Nov. 3 lacked the hype of last year’s presidential election, and ...


Hometown hero helps crime victims as volunteer

By Staff

A mother of three who has served more than six years as a volunteer helping crime victims is the Grand Junction Lions Club’s 10th hometown hero. Vicky Brickey volunteers with the Grand Junction Police Department’s ...


Mesa State tobacco ban meetings tonight, Thursday

By Staff

Mesa State College Associated Student Government members will sponsor forums at 6 tonight and 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss three potential on-campus tobacco policies. The meetings will take place in the Wubben Weldon lecture hall. Students ...


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Hearing set on late officer’s bond money

By Paul Shockley

Nearly a month after lodging the request, the widow of a fired Grand Junction police officer is still seeking a refund of money used by the officer to get out of jail. District Judge Richard Gurley said Tuesday that a hearing has been ...


Briefs, Nov. 4, 2009

By Staff

Free car wash offered to veterans To honor and thank all veterans and service personnel, Redlands Canyon View Carwash will offer a free car wash to veterans from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, at 2258 Broadway. The gesture is ...


Deadline is 7 tonight for voters to cast ballots in GJ municipal election

By Staff

Voters have until 7 tonight to cast their votes in an election that had seen only a 27 percent return rate of mail ballots as of Monday night. In three separate questions, voters are being asked to decide if the officeholders for sheriff, ...


Trend toward injection wells hikes traffic

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Traffic is likely to be the biggest issue Garfield County officials will face as they deal with an expected increase in the use of injection wells to dispose of fluids associated with natural gas development, a state ...


Monterey Park affordable for retirees

By Amy Hamilton

Wayne Langston, 76, likes that his neighbors check up on each other. He appreciates his apartment’s close proximity to shopping and that his monthly rent payments aren’t so much that he has to “live under a ...


County seeks to dismiss suit in mother’s murder

By Paul Shockley

An attorney representing the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department has asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit against the agency related to the slaying of a pregnant woman last year. Local attorney Alan Hassler, in a recent filing, ...


Colorado seeks to head off problems with runoff on inactive drilling pads

By Dennis Webb

The state is working with area energy companies to try to make sure they’re implementing measures such as runoff control and wildlife protection on inactive well pads amid the drilling slowdown. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


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