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County pols pleased with governor’s spending cuts

By Staff

Mesa County’s two senior state lawmakers said they are pleased Gov. Bill Ritter has set aside an additional $77 million in the state budget and taken steps to slash state spending in the face of a recession. The Joint Budget Committee ...


Oft-troubled nightclub could reopen under new name Dec. 1

By Staff

The Rum Bay nightclub, at the intersection of North Avenue and the Interstate 70 Business Loop, could be open under a new name before 2009. Patrizia Spencer, 48, of Clifton, has applied to Mesa County for the transfer of the Rum Bay liquor ...


Dems out in force statewide

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Democrats statewide turned out to vote early in greater numbers than did Republicans, as the 2008 campaign season wound its way to today’s culmination, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office said. GOP voters in western Colorado, ...


GJ Circuit City safe from closing list

By Staff

The Circuit City store in Grand Junction will stay put despite the company’s announcement Monday that it will be closing 20 percent of its stores nationwide because of economic pressures. Reports from the company confirmed the three ...


Haifley fundraiser 11-2-8

Friends, family join to support stricken mom

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Jesse Pollard was with Cyndi Haifley when the call came that Cyndi’s infant son, Aidan, had been badly injured in an accident at home. She was with Cyndi, too, when they learned Cyndi’s husband, Jeff, had suffered a grand mal ...


WOOF 10-30

Pint-size pup has big opportunity

By Staff

Little Lizzie the Maltese is one feisty puppy. But does she have what it takes to be a model? The unsuspecting four-pound pet of the Martinez family in Grand Junction is a star not only in her family’s lives, but also on the ...


Next phase of ditch project begins tonight

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The third and final phase of work on the Independent Ranchmen’s Ditch flood-control project along Patterson Road begins tonight and will continue through April, squeezing traffic, reducing the speed limit and limiting ...


Man accused of threatening ‘war’

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A judge on Sunday ordered a $150,000 bond for a convicted felon from Grand Junction who was arrested after he allegedly pointed a rifle at several people and threatened to give police “a war” during an ensuing two-hour ...


Man faces charge after burn pile sparks wildfire

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A Rio Blanco County resident is expected to be charged with a misdemeanor today after wind whipped a small burn pile into a wildfire that scorched 500 acres, evacuated several homes and caused minor injuries to a firefighter. Undersheriff ...


MOBILE HOMELESS 2 10-10

For some of GJ’s homeless, RVs provide a welcome respite

By Staff

Ahh, the life of the open road. Getting the motor home out of the driveway and onto the road is what many seniors do for fun, but some locals use recreational vehicles not for touring the country, but for daily living. Chuck Bennett, 45, his ...


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