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At least two won’t return to GJ council

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The Grand Junction City Council could have a significantly different look in 2009, as two council members will not seek re-election in April and a third is undecided. Meanwhile, retired bank president Sam Susuras on Thursday became the first ...


Economy no deterrent to future hotel

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The national recession and the fact that Grand Junction lodging tax revenue dipped last month for the first time in more than four years haven’t scared off Steve and Kevin Reimer. More than a year after signing an option to buy from the ...


High-speed pursuit ends in man’s arrest

By Staff

A Grand Junction man who was about to be stopped for a traffic violation led three law enforcement agencies on a high-speed car chase Thursday afternoon. He then fled on foot before he was caught in his neighbor’s apartment. Charles ...


Education one of a few bright spots in grim economy

By Staff

The employment outlook in a spiraling economy is dicey at best. Education is forecast to weather the storm fairly well in Colorado as the rest of the state settles into a recession in 2009, but the outlook for the education sector in Mesa ...


Sixteen feral hogs destroyed after disease discovered

By Dave Buchanan

Sixteen feral hogs that tested positive for pseudorabies were killed last week by state wildlife and agriculture officials as part of an ongoing investigation at a Collbran ranch. Little Creek Ranch remains under quarantine following the Nov. ...


Projects to get money from grants

By Staff

Four major infrastructure projects throughout Mesa County will receive a more-than $3 million shot in the arm thanks to taxes collected from Colorado’s energy industry. “Communities that are impacted by energy and mineral ...


Latimer house gifts 12-17-8

Christmas spirit alive and well at Latimer House

By Melinda Mawdsley

Kim and Richard Moore learned it is fun to shop with other people’s money. Earlier this month, Kim and her husband, Richard, went on a $3,000 shopping spree at a Los Angeles Macy’s store to purchase items for the Latimer ...


City begins to move on 29 Road project

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The Grand Junction City Council took the first contractual step Wednesday toward the construction of a new interchange at 29 Road and the Interstate 70 Business Loop. It agreed to spend more than $700,000 to purchase property, underground ...


Imposter walks off with hundreds of toys

By Amy Hamilton

A person posing as the coordinator of the Western Slope’s Toys for Tots program took hundreds of toys from drop-off sites in Rifle, Glenwood Springs and Basalt days before the presents were to be distributed to needy kids. Rich Griffin, ...


TOYS FOR TOTS 2 12-18

Toys for Tots donations down twenty-five-percent this year, but organizers hopeful

By Staff

Anyone taking a seat at Talley’s Bar-BQ and Biscuit Factory had better be ready for more than a menu, a smile and a glass of water. “We harass them,” said Cindy Buehrer, a waitress at Talley’s,  623 Main St. ...


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