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Six sheriff’s candidates attend forum

By Gary Harmon

Two of six candidates on the ballot for Mesa County sheriff said county residents should look to themselves in dealing with social questions and the possibility of disaster. The two, both of them unaffiliated voters mounting a challenge to ...


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Attitudes 
on pot use
 by youth 
a concern


By Emily Shockley

A recent phone survey of 400 registered voters in Mesa County found 46 percent support marijuana legalization and less than half of those in favor of legalization believe marijuana’s legal status has negative consequences for people ...


Museum curator takes Gateway job

By Gary Harmon

A longtime staff member at the Museum of Western Colorado is leaving to take a job at Gateway Canyons Resort. Zeb Miracle, the museum’s curator of anthropology and head of programs and advancement, will head up the resort’s ...


Blotter: Sept. 13, 2014

By Staff

Maintenance cart damage On Monday, Grand Junction police took a report from an employee at Colorado Mesa University regarding a CMU maintenance cart that police previously found abandoned in front of a house in the 1700 block of Hall ...


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Hope and Life

By Amy Hamilton

Four hours at a time. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. For the past 10 years. For 28-year-old Chris Garcia of Grand Junction, that’s the commitment of regular dialysis treatments that offer him some semblance of a normal life. ...


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Judge tosses 
federal lease
 for Arch Coal


By Dennis Webb

A judge has canceled a federal lease and other actions related to Arch Coal’s plans to mine coal beneath a roadless area, and more broadly has vacated the whole North Fork Valley coal exemption in the Colorado roadless rule. The ...


No surprise, top books home- and garden-related

By Erin McIntyre

If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably seen the latest viral list everyone is passing around. “List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way,” it urges, and then you skim everyone’s list of books that have ...


Here are some options for growing a tall barrier

By Dennis Hill

I’m looking to grow a tall privacy barrier in another location. Do you have green giant arborvitae? What about emerald green or American arborvitae or any that work just as good here and grow fast? — Nancy I’m afraid I ...


Eating your ice cream is much easier than calculating the volume of a cone

By Gary McCallister

You don’t usually think in terms of a “volume of light.” I tend to think of brightness. But the amount of anything available in a given space is called a volume. “Please pass a quart of light” sounds strange, ...


For the Record, Sept. 13, 2014

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Wade Stiggins and Lisa Wilkes, Palisade, a son, July 2. Derek and Alicia Woods, Grand Junction, a daughter, Aug. 25. Greg and Carmen Hostetler, Hotchkiss, a daughter, Aug. 26. Alicia and Ryan Garcia, Grand ...


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