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Cell phones a lifeline for the homeless

By Amy Hamilton

Mary Jane Sanchez would be lost without her cell phone. The homeless Grand Junction woman uses the Verizon cell phone she received from her 27-year-old son at Christmas to talk to him often, after 9 p.m., when her minutes are free. ...


Club 20: Quote Rail April 05, 2009

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• “We Will Trade Ritter to the Bears.” — a sign held by a picketer at Club 20 meeting • “If we oppose tax increases, who’s going to pay for those big jets and huge bonuses?” — ...


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Club 20: U.S. should add nuclear power to energy portfolio, Salazar says

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The federal stimulus package pumped about 300,000 jobs into the national economy in the first quarter of the year, lessening the blow of the nation’s worst recession in seven decades, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said ...


Clkub 20: Banks are lending, says head of state association

By Dennis Webb

Rather than being part of the nation’s lending crisis, banks are part of the solution, the president of the Colorado Bankers Association says. “Contrary to widespread public perception, banks actually are lending,” Don ...


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Club 20: Water use exaggerated, Shell spokesman argues

By Dennis Hill

Recent studies have created unnecessary hysteria by overstating likely water use associated with potential oil shale development, an energy company official says. Tracy Boyd, a spokesman for Shell, told a Club 20 audience Saturday at Two ...


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Club 20: Imports of liquefied natural gas could send price down more, Denver gas broker says

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An expansion of liquefied natural gas imports could drive down prices further this year, a Denver gas broker says. That would bode poorly for western Colorado, where John Harpole, president of Mercator Energy, said drilling rig numbers ...


Club 20: Officials hope for 10% better response over 2000 census

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The 2010 census will work with local government, as well as civic and religious leaders, to complete the head count as efficiently as possible, officials told Club 20 members Saturday. The census in western Colorado will have headquarters in ...


Charges differ in pair of fatal stabbings

By Staff

Two similar stabbing cases that eventually ended in the death of the victims are being handled quite differently by the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office. In one instance, the accused knife-wielder is being charged with murder. In ...


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Teen wins state geographic bee

By Carrie Marfitano

Chiba and Nagoya, two of the largest ports in the world in terms of tonnage, are located in which country? Answer that question right, and you may be able to keep up with 14-year-old geography whiz Alden Savoca. The correct answer, Japan, won ...


Seventeen-year-old accused of stealing ATV and car

By Carrie Marfitano

A teenager was arrested Friday in De Beque on suspicion he took a joy ride on an all-terrain vehicle before stealing a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix. De Beque resident Gunther Boldt was driving his backhoe to move hay bales Friday when he spotted ...


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