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Trucking firm polishing its image

By Staff

Facing public opposition to allowing it to base itself on the northern bank of the Colorado River, Brady Trucking started lobbying the press and the public Wednesday, hosting a news conference at its garage. Chuck Johnson, vice president of ...


Blotter: October 09, 2008

By Staff

Kidnap hearing delayed • A preliminary hearing was postponed Wednesday for Michael Shannon Byerrum, 40, of Grand Junction. Byerrum is accused of kidnapping a 9-year-old girl by placing her in the trunk of his car. Investigators ...


RED CROSS 10-8

Local Red Cross volunteers aid Texas hurricane evacuees

By Staff

Seeing a home split in two by a fallen tree was not uncommon for Mesa County Red Cross volunteers Jim Malapanes and Sharon Roper, who recently returned to the Grand Valley from Texas and Louisiana after aiding victims of hurricanes Gustav and ...


Pair of sexual predators to be housed in Junction

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two men convicted of sex crimes against children are slated to become part of the Grand Junction community, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. On Wednesday night, police provided the public with information about Carl Vincent ...


Plea deal stalls in baby’s death; mom still jailed

By Amy Hamilton

Prosecutors first want to talk with the parents of a 22-year-old Alaska woman accused of killing her newborn baby in Grand Junction, before offering a plea deal in the case, according to a court hearing Monday. Morgan Hite has been accused of ...


Decades delayed, industrial park close to fruition in Parachute

By Dennis Webb

PARACHUTE — Hayden Rader’s gamble finally appears to be paying off — just 16 years later than planned, and not as the casino development he had envisioned. His belated payoff should be the town’s, too, as it gains a ...


You Said It Column October 09, 2008

By Staff

• Was McCain off his meds when he chose Palin? I had tremendous admiration and respect for him before that decision. I can only conclude that his judgment was seriously flawed, or he has total disregard for the security of the ...


Gary Harmon Column October 09, 2008

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Dear senators: Can we hold off on the “President Obama” until Jan. 20, if just for form’s sake? And no, senator, “Sarah’s Arizona sugar-daddy” won’t cut it either. What, you didn’t actually see ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase October 09, 2008

By Staff

•  Linda Leasure, independent director of BeautiControl in Palisade, earned a new red Ford Mustang convertible for her sales and recruitment. Leasure also earned a vacation to Hawaii, Vail or Walt Disney World. • Bill ...


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Sports: Prep Sports Roundup October 08, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

Soccer Central High School’s boys soccer team spent 30 minutes of its game Tuesday against Grand Junction attempting to tie the Tigers. In the 58th minute, the Warriors achieved that goal as Kahler Grandbouche slipped the ball past ...


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