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Blotter: Jan. 18, 2015

By Staff

Fire damages apartment A fire Friday evening damaged a Pear Park apartment complex, but Grand Junction firefighters reportedly rescued a dog. The Grand Junction Fire Department was called out at 5:08 p.m. Friday to 2909 Dawn Drive, ...


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Rooster finds love in the coop next door

By Rachel Sauer

The winter of life slips in unnoticed with silent steps, freezing the bloom of youth in an inexorable frost. Eyes dim, luster fades, feathers fall out. But some fires burn unquenched — the rapture of existence, the ecstatic frenzy to ...


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On whose dime?

By Paul Shockley

911 
in Grand Junction may soon be phoning for help. While local public safety leaders aren’t yet calling it an emergency, questions swirl about how Mesa County should pay for 911 services in view of ever-increasing use of 911, ...


Junction hotel group wants site at airport

By Gary Harmon

The owners of three hotels in downtown Grand Junction are asking to lease land in front of Grand Junction Regional Airport to build a hotel of about 100 rooms. Western Hospitality, owned by brothers Steve and Kevin Reimer, is to make a ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 18, 2015

By Staff

An affordable pet day care center aimed at making kennel services available to just about everyone who needs them opened a colorful, comfortable dog care center on North Avenue late last month. Dozens of dog and cat lovers who already know the ...


Death Notices: Jan. 18, 2015

By Staff

■ Peggy Jane Collins, 77, Grand Junction, died Jan. 15, 2015, at Mantey Heights. No services are planned. Survivors include two sons, Joel and Terence, both of Grand Junction; one grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. ■ Lois ...


Fire damages Dawn Drive apartment

By Staff

A fire Friday evening damaged a Pear Park apartment complex, but Grand Junction firefighters reportedly rescued a dog. The Grand Junction Fire Department was called out at 5:08 p.m. Friday to 2909 Dawn Dr., apartment 1, and arrived to find ...


Police say man fell and shot himself while police watched

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A man under surveillance by Colorado Springs police fell down while carrying a gun and ended up shooting himself in the leg in front of the officers. Police say detectives from the gang unit wanted to question ...


Expansion of Fort Collins reservoir moving forward

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — An environmental review of the proposed expansion of a Fort Collins reservoir is moving forward after a decision was made to consider it separately from a Greeley water project. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to ...


Declining oil prices force more industry layoffs

By The AP

TULSA, Okla. — Declining crude oil prices have forced three major industry firms with strong northeastern Oklahoma ties to lay off workers. The Tulsa World reports (http://bit.ly/1CaBwHR ) that Apache Corp., Baker Hughes and ...


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