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Community shares views on immigration

By Katie Langford

What do a fruit grower, a high school student, a mayor, a teacher and a college student have in common? They’re all immigrants, in one way or another. Nearly 100 people attended a panel discussion about immigration at the Mesa County ...


Scrutiny nothing new for jail health provider

By Gabrielle Porter

Tennessee-based Correct Care Solutions, the contractor that employs health care workers at the Mesa County Jail — and which is due for a contract renewal, possibly later this month — faced legal scrutiny before being named in the ...


School board gun-shy about seeking tax hike

By Katie Langford

District 51 Board of Education members are weighing the school district’s dire financial needs against what they perceive as the Mesa County community’s reluctance to further fund education. That was one of a handful of ...


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Death in custody

By Gabrielle Porter

RELATED STORY: Scrutiny nothing new for jail health provider A bracelet might have kept Tomas Anderson Beauford alive. Despite mental and behavioral illnesses that meant the 24-year-old functioned more like a 6-year-old, Beauford had ...


You Said It, Jan. 29, 2017

By Staff

I am a retired educator and appreciate and thank you for the recent articles on District 51 and their students. However, I think it is quite shameful for our local newspaper to give the education articles more precedence than the inauguration ...


Blotter, Jan. 29, 2017

By Staff

Clash leads to man’s arrest A 22-year-old Grand Junction man suspected of cornering a brother and sister in a fast-food drive-thru Tuesday night — making obscene gestures toward them and waving a handgun at them — is ...


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‘Cats break record with stifling D

By Dale Shrull

Trey Morrill made it tough on Montrose when he was at the top of Fruita Monument’s suffocating 1-3-1 zone defense. At 6-foot-6, the lanky, long-armed Morrill took away passing lanes and harassed Montrose ball-handlers beyond the top of ...


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Your Town, Jan. 29, 2017

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Dear Advice Columnist: There’s some new cookies in town that keep hitting on me. They said they’d be around a couple of months, but are wanting me to hang with them now. They seemed harmless at first, but every time I see a box, ...


Best of Bridge, Jan. 29, 2017

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Jan. 20: Helen Bledsoe and Marilyn McLaughlin; Sylvia Morrison and Carolyn Wiley. Jan. 24: Wiley and McLaughlin; Ann Johnson and Martha Scott. Jan. 25: Wiley and McLaughlin; Rocky Otto and Sue ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 29, 2017

By Staff

The Salvation Army Thrift Store formerly located at 1155 N. Fourth St. has moved into the old Harbert Lumber building at 240 North Ave. and is open for business. Customers can make purchases using cash or check while the internet is being ...


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