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GOING TO THE DOGS 1 10-19

Frantic owner has 16 puppies to look after

By Staff

Before Kyla gave birth, Stephanie Pino thought the Great Dane looked like a white cow with brindle spots. Pino knew Kyla’s litter was going to be large, but she had no idea how large. After about 20 grueling hours of labor, Kyla gave ...


RIVERFRONT 10-19

Brady Trucking bunch counters foes at park

By Amy Hamilton

Petitioners hoping to repeal a recent city decision allowing industrial zoning along Grand Junction’s riverfront expected to gather signatures Saturday at a local park. What they didn’t foresee was employees from Brady Trucking ...


City says revenue not keeping up with Grand Junction’s growth

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The city of Grand Junction, which is asking voters to approve a quarter-cent sales-tax increase to pay for seven new public safety buildings, pulls in the second most sales-tax revenue per capita among the largest cities in Colorado. A Daily ...


‘ROWDY FRIEND’  WILLIAMS TO JOIN PALIN IN GJ

By Tim Harty

“Are you ready for some foot-baaaaaaaaaaall? A Monday night par …!” What’s that? You want ol’ Hank to get the party started for Sarah Palin when she makes a campaign stop in Grand Junction? Sure ...


FREE BUSES AVAILABLE FOR PALIN’S APPEARANCE

By Amy Hamilton

Want the best seats Monday to see Sarah Palin at Suplizio Field? Head for the left-field bleachers. After walking in on a catwalk through a portal in the bleachers along the third-base line parallel to North Avenue, the Republican vice ...


GALLAGHER MEMORIAL 10-19

Mourners remember devoted teacher, witty personality

By Amy Hamilton

It was how Flo Gallagher would have wanted it. On Saturday, more than 400 people remembered the vibrant, recently retired teacher as their best friend, simultaneously clapping and weeping to Gallagher’s favorite song, Bob Seger’s ...


Main library gets fix-ups; branch due by year’s end

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Parking is at a premium at the Mesa County Library District’s main building, 530 Grand Ave, with construction under way to improve safety and curb appeal. Construction crews are tearing up portions of the parking lot to improve the ...


101908 3a RUM BAY

Saturday night fever: Rum Bay closes

By Amy Hamilton

Patrons at Rum Bay on Saturday night partied like there was no tomorrow, but that might have been because it was true. The popular night club at 2993 North Ave. was already under the scrutiny of Mesa County officials for past offenses when ...


Condemned apts 10-14-8

LIENS, POTENTIAL SALE DELAYS COUNTY ACTION ON COMPLEX

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Nearly eight months after a fire destroyed an apartment in a decrepit Orchard Mesa complex, the blackened remains of furniture still lie in a heap beneath the charred, melted siding. Brown weeds dot the landscape. Tires are scattered across ...


Big money for public safety

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The committee pushing to pass a city sales-tax increase and lift revenue caps to fund a $98 million public safety initiative has raked in more than $100,000 in contributions. Citizens for a Safer Grand Junction reported this week that it ...


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