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Resolution to prevent hospital sale

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose County commissioners unanimously adopted a resolution Monday designed to prevent the sale of Montrose Memorial Hospital and its assets. The board said a proposed lease agreement entered into by the hospital’s ...

Peacock takes job in Pitkin County

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Former Mesa County Administrator Jon Peacock was named Pitkin County manager Monday, giving Peacock a new home on the Western Slope. Peacock beat out four other finalists for the post: Carbondale Town Manager Tom Baker, Larimer County Manager ...

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Traffic flow plan will reduce access points on U.S. Highway 6&50

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Mesa County commissioners approved a plan Monday that transportation planners say will reduce access points and improve traffic flow on U.S. Highway 6&50 between Loma and Grand Junction. The board unanimously agreed to join the Colorado ...

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Child interrupted video game, suspect says

By Staff

A Grand Junction man told investigators he hit his son’s head against a wall after becoming frustrated with the child for crying while the man played a video game on Nov. 1. Edwardo Christy, 20, 569 Eastbrook St., told a Mesa County ...

Police troubled by 2007 visit to Meis after complaint

By Paul Shockley

A June incident at Highline Lake State Park wasn’t the first time a law enforcement officer documented statements from Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis suggesting he knew powerful people. In an internal Grand Junction Police ...

Blue Band program marks 6 months

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The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce held a news conference Monday morning to mark the success of the first six months of its Blue Band/Buy Local program and remind shoppers of Blue Band Friday this week. Blue Band Friday, as this ...

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Family of wounded ranger thanks mother of wanted man for helping police

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The family of the Grand County, Utah, lawman shot in a gunfight thanked the law enforcement and medical teams that helped him, and thanked the mother of a man sought in connection with the shooting. The family of Utah parks ranger Brody Young ...

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Families burned out

By Paul Shockley

Authorities were scrambling late Monday to find shelter for the occupants of at least 12 units at a Fruitvale apartment complex damaged by fire. The third floor of building H at Racquet Club Apartments, 2915 Orchard Ave., was expected to ...

Legislative panel assignments made

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County’s newly elected state senator, Rep. Steve King, will serve on three major committees when the Colorado Legislature reconvenes next year. The Grand Junction Republican, who has served the past four years in the Colorado ...

Funding woes ax Ouray solar project

By Staff

A two-megawatt solar array set for construction near the intersection of U.S. Highway 550 and Ouray County Road 10 has been terminated by the builder, Sun Edison. The Ouray County Land Use Department said in a news release that a ...

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