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Blotter: Dec. 7, 2014

By Staff

Montrose citizens police academy deadline Dec. 31 People interested in participating in the Montrose Police Department’s citizens police academy must apply at police headquarters, 434 S. First St. in Montrose. The deadline to apply ...

Biz Buzz: Dec. 7, 2014

By Staff

Multiple businesses teamed up to create a new, interactive video of area mountain bike trails for use in indoor spin classes, said Eric Landis, owner of Spintertainment Mountain Bike Spin Videos. It all started two years ago when Landis ...

You Said It: Dec. 7, 2014

By Staff

I just read in the paper about the launch of a new project to convert human waste into compressed natural gas for use in vehicles. I think this is an interesting and unique idea, but more importantly some people will be able to say, ...


Parade of Lights draws thousands to Main Street

By Greg Ruland

Latecomers circled the city’s original square mile Saturday, dashed down alleyways and dodged orange cones in search of a decent parking space close to Main Street where the 2014 Christmas Parade of Lights was starting. Around 200 ...


Incubator center making annual 
impact on area jobs, economy

By Greg Ruland

Even as it raises money to support its own business-boosting programs, The Business Incubator Center will share the spotlight Thursday with nearly 20 small Grand Valley businesses during its biggest fundraiser of the year. The annual open ...

Gray Gourmet, Dec. 7, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chicken cordon bleu with sauce, rice pilaf, California vegetable blend, apricots, wheat bread slice. Tuesday — Sloppy joe on a bun, chateau vegetable blend, cole slaw, orange ...


Local 4-H team ranks 6th in U.S. at judging beef

By Greg Ruland

Six generations into the cattle business, the Van Winkles know the family enterprise is secure in the hands of a 16-year-old who’s already filled out a big pair of boots. Mesa County ranchers for close to 100 years, the Van Winkle ...

Traffic Alert, Dec. 7, 2014

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: ■ Grand Valley Transit Improvements: Expect periodic lane closures and possible traffic delays westbound on North Avenue, west of 29 Road. Project expected to be ...


Sheriff’s Office hires retired cop to work Blagg case

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has hired a retired local lawman toward re-convicting Michael Blagg. Lyn Benoit, who retired in 2003 as deputy chief of the Grand Junction Police Department after 17 years with the agency, has been hired ...

8 Western states governors meeting in Las Vegas

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Eight Western U.S. governors and several top federal officials are in Las Vegas this weekend to talk about common problems and issues including energy, species like sage grouse, and drought. Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is ...

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