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Bond measure could be the fix for district schools

By Katie Langford

School District 51 Board of Education members are weighing a laundry list of capital and operating needs necessary to bring schools up to modern standards, and at the same time trying to gauge community interest for a tax increase to make the ...


Blotter, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

DUI suspect out on bond William Ray Ross, 62, received a personal recognizance bond from Mesa County Court Judge Craig Henderson on Friday, relating to a May incident of alleged drunken driving. This came despite what prosecutors said are ...


Traffic Alert, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■  B 1/2 Road Overpass Project at U.S. Highway 50 — Orchard Mesa: B 1/2 Road Overpass is closed ...


You Said It, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

Please hear our plea: We want a rec center. Grand Junction should be ashamed to not have a rec center like Fruita. We do not want a hockey rink. My furnace went out, so I called the heating repairman. He came out and fixed the problem. When ...


‘Savings account’ has the potential to run dry

By Dave Buchanan

Lake Powell, which helps moderate water levels in Lake Mead, acts as a “savings account” for the states in the Upper Basin of the Colorado River. In the years when the Upper Basin can’t meet its water-sharing obligations as ...


Jussel: Stocking of coal: Chiefs will defeat Broncos again

By Rick Jussel

I hate to be the Grinch, but the 8-6 Denver Broncos are in the process of trying to improve their draft position. A couple of weeks ago, they would have been relegated to the 26th or 27th pick in the draft. Now, they are now on a crash course ...


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Supply not meeting demand

By Dave Buchanan

As over-demand and under-supply continue to pull down water levels in Lake Mead, water managers for the three lower Colorado River Basin states failed to reach an agreement last week on protecting water supplies in Lake Mead. During its ...


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Never give up

By Jon Mitchell

Ryan Moeller has all kinds of memories about how he wound up playing football for Colorado — and how it almost didn’t happen. “It’s pretty nostalgic thinking back to some of the things coaches were telling me out of ...


Death notices, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

■ Harold “Hal” Hoffman, 79, Fruita, died Dec. 22, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. A celebration of life will be held at New Horizon Foursquare Church at a later date. He was a sporting-goods business ...


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Does your estate plan accomplish what you think?

By Staff

Clients often come in for an estate planning audit. There are two primary reasons for the audit. First, we discuss what is accomplished with their current estate plan. Second, we discuss whether that plan addresses the issues of concern to ...


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