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Chamber backs trucking firm

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In a stance that firmly backs Brady Trucking’s push for industrial zoning along the Colorado River, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted to oppose allowing voters to change zoning decisions made by local ...

City’s ‘sweep’ to clear arrest warrants

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If you’re one of the hundreds of people with an outstanding Grand Junction municipal warrant, the city has a deal for you. Starting today and continuing for the next two weeks, people wanted by the city for failing to appear in court, ...

Former police officer gets probation over fraudulent welfare payments

By Amy Hamilton

A former law enforcement officer who illegally took nearly $14,000 in welfare assistance while living a lavish lifestyle was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation and must serve 150 hours of community service. Terrance Scott Chelius, 69, ...


Lions honor Hometown Hero Diana Lee

By Staff

Diana Lee has been making cancer patients smile for the last 15 years. She does not use a feather, a joke book or a jack-in-the-box. Instead, her tools are a tube of lipstick, an eyebrow pencil and a good sense of style. And because she has ...

Midair crash survivor describes harrowing experience

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When the Cessna 210 in which she was flying bucked as it approached Grand Mesa, Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Lisa McCammon heard pilot Andy Gordon say he thought he had struck a bird. Maybe “a big freakin’ bird,” she ...

Pump prices plummet in day-long duel

By Staff

A long day of gas price feuding between two neighboring Grand Junction gas stations continued late into the evening Tuesday. The Valero Corner Store, 2520 Broadway, and Western Convenience, 2525 Broadway, spent the day playing a game of ...

Mail-in voters have already broken county record

By Staff

More Mesa County residents have voted by mail this year than in any other election to date, according to statistics maintained by the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. As of Monday evening, 20,110 voters had cast their ballots by ...


By Dennis Webb

Four Garfield County mayors spoke out Tuesday against what they consider to be a gusher of outside money — some of it related to the energy industry — influencing races for county commissioner. However, incumbent Commissioner John ...

Math teaching FB 10-22-8

Once reserved for fun, diversions become teaching tools

By Staff

Playing video games or listening to headphones in class might have earned a student a trip to the principal’s office in years past. Now, things once thought of as toys or distractions are considered educational tools. Nintendo ...

Gun involved, not fired, in altercation

By Staff

Grand Junction police arrested two people and questioned three others after reports of a possible shooting Monday night at a C&F Food Store. Police pursued a 2004 white Ford full-size van that dispatch reports said was registered to ...

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