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Masons confer awards, scholarships at ceremony

By Staff

Masons confer awards, scholarships at ceremony Grand Junction-area Masonic lodges awarded college scholarships to Grand Junction High School senior Zach Bush and Central High School senior Rachel Kirk at the 24th annual Public School Awards ...

Employer compliance added to immigration measures at Capitol

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Rep. Randy Baumgardner is trying once again to impose fines on employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. The Hot Sulphur Springs Republican, who introduced but later withdrew a similar measure earlier this session, ...

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ShareFest partnership pays off this year for school

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When churches across the Grand Valley came together four years ago to serve the community in an event they called ShareFest, the adoption of Orchard Avenue Elementary School by First Presbyterian Church seemed like a natural fit. The church ...

Blotter, May 2, 2011

By Staff

Montrose fire investigated Investigators continue to look into the cause of a fire that caused $120,000 in damage to a Montrose motel Saturday afternoon. Firefighters were called to the Affordable Inn, 1480 S. Townsend Ave., just after 2:30 ...

Legislature This Week, May 2,2011

By Staff

This is the last full week of the 2011 legislative session, and it’s expected to include some long nights and lengthy debates, particularly over congressional redistricting. Today: Several immigration measures are up for debate, ...

Sorority scholarship goes to future educator

By Staff

Emily Laase has been awarded an annual scholarship dedicated to future educators, by the Alpha Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international women’s sorority of educators. Laase will be attending Mesa State College with the ...

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Student of the Week: Kim Horwitz, GJHS senior

By Staff

GPA: 4.06. After-school activities: The Orange and Black student newspaper and National Honor Society. Favorite books: “And All Our Wounds Forgiven” by Julius Lester and “Cider House Rules” by John Irving. Favorite ...


Getting Lowder: Senior wins, anxiously watches as Mavericks move on to nationals

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Kate Lowder couldn’t stop pacing. The Mesa State College senior had wrapped up her singles match and a crucial team point Sunday at the Elliott Tennis Center. The Mavericks led Winona (Minn.) State 4-0 and needed to win only one more ...

Western New Mexico sweeps Mavericks in finale

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The Mesa State College softball team won’t enter the RMAC tournament with the full head of steam the Mavericks were hoping to gather Sunday. Instead, the Mavs were swept by Western New Mexico 10-2 and 6-1 on Senior Day at Bergman Field. ...

Death Notice, May 2, 2011

By Staff

Jeanie Patton, 69, Fruita, died April 30, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be held Aug. 12. Ms. Patton was a cook. Survivors include one son, William Kenneth McNeil Jr. of Grand Junction; three daughters, Betsy Ann McNeil of ...

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