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CDOT breaks boulder 10-26-9

Boulders tumble down cliffs

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Eric Thompson received an in-your-face lesson Monday on just how different negotiating big-city traffic is from winding through the high cliffs and curves of De Beque Canyon. Several boulders the size of sport-utility vehicles tumbled onto ...

Kids Voting: District E candidates

By Staff

Greg Mikolai and Rose Pugliese are the two candidates in the running for the District E District 51 School Board seat. Both grew up outside of the valley but have an interest in the local school system. Mikolai, a producer with Rocky ...

County won’t penalize Cactus Canyon club for its liquor violations

By Staff

Despite objections of the county sheriff, the Mesa County Commission unanimously chose not to impose any penalties on the Cactus Canyon nightclub for alleged violations of state liquor laws. The club, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop, was ...

Area births and marriages, through Oct. 19

By Staff

— Births Delta County Memorial Hospital: Francisco Cruz and Alejandara Moews, Delta, a daughter, Oct. 11. Ector and Amy Felix, Delta, a son, Oct. 13. Robert White and Rochelle Santimaw, Crawford, a daughter, Oct. 14. Lupe Adriana ...


Legislators file campaign finance reports

By Emily Shockley

Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, and Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, have filed campaign finance reports for the third quarter this month. King said he tries to prioritize his expenditures based on what will help him “get the message ...

Clues sought in murder mystery

By Dennis Webb

Searchers returned Saturday to an orchard where a woman’s remains were found in June, hoping to find clues that might help lead to closure. Garfield Sheriff Search and Rescue volunteers joined the Sheriff’s Department and about a ...

City, couple make amends on trail’s land

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The city of Grand Junction and a Redlands couple apparently have settled a dispute over ownership of a piece of land where the city intends to build a trail. City Attorney John Shaver said the city will proceed with constructing the trail ...

Mesa State chief wants more control over purse strings

By Emily Shockley

Giving public colleges and universities more control over their own operations could be one solution to higher education funding woes, said Mesa State College President Tim Foster. Foster and college, university and community college ...

Few misconduct findings by Grand Junction police

By Paul Shockley

Over 17 months ending in August, the Grand Junction Police Department handled 99 citizen complaints or investigations involving their own officers, according to records provided by the department.DOWNLOAD A LIST OF GJPD INTERNAL ...

District 51 begins planning for severe cuts for 2010-2011 school year

By Emily Shockley

When it comes to cuts, K–12 education has long been known as an untouchable sector of the Colorado budget. That isn’t likely to be a true statement next year, when legislators will have to find billions to cut, said Melissa ...

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