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Lions put on big fundraiser downtown

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Traci Chinn’s arms were filled with a bouquet of flowers, an Oreo cake and a stuffed dog. But when asked about her favorite part of the Grand Junction Lions Club Carnival, the 5-year-old girl could still manage to point to the shelves of ...


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Words get ‘trapped’  in her mind

By Tim Harty

Lindsay Gnesios had never seen the word “spoony” before Saturday. But that didn’t mean she couldn’t spell it. The East Middle School seventh-grader asked the judge for the word’s language of origin, then rattled ...


Harvesting savings

By Carrie Marfitano

Nurseries around the Grand Valley plan to have you eating your home-grown vegetables this summer. The faltering economy makes growing vegetables and herbs attractive to the pocketbook-conscious and green-thumbed consumer. Several local ...


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No stopping trucker demand

By Carrie Marfitano

While the economy began to struggle in 2008, the demand for commercial drivers didn’t slow down. The number of commercial driver’s licenses issued in Colorado during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, was 44,436. During fiscal ...


Rifle Correctional Center will not close

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter has commuted the death sentence of the Rifle Correctional Center. Ritter and the Colorado Department of Corrections reversed a decision to close the minimum-security facility after state Sen. Al White, R-Hayden, pushed to ...


Stimulus package will help add lanes to Highway 6&50 from 24 to 25 roads

By Carrie Marfitano

The Colorado Transportation Commission approved a list of “ready to go” highway projects Thursday that will be funded by the federal stimulus package. Colorado will receive more than $500 million for transportation projects under ...


County calling 30,000 residents about economy

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Phones will ring at 9 this morning across Mesa County as the Mesa County Commission opens its first effort for a telephone town-hall meeting to discuss the western Colorado economy. About 30,000 people who voted in the past two general ...


Cow moose in Paonia dies from poison plant

By Staff

A moose that had been hanging around Paonia for a few weeks to the delight of onlookers died last weekend from poisoning. Randy Hampton, spokesman for the Division of Wildlife, said a necropsy of the animal performed in Grand Junction ...


Ritter: Move fast on Ruby Pipeline

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Gov. Bill Ritter is asking the federal government to quickly certify the Ruby Pipeline, a $3 billion project that can carry natural gas from Colorado to lucrative markets to the west. The pipeline begins in Opal, Wyo., and will run 675 miles ...


Brew pub won’t show film on fallen Marine

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A Grand Junction brew pub has scrapped its plans to host a showing tonight of an HBO film about the death of Palisade High School graduate Chance Phelps in Iraq. It wasn’t for lack of trying on HBO’s part, officials ...


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