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Spruce beetle picks up on Grand Mesa

By Gary Harmon

The spruce beetle added 64,000 acres in 2014 to the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forest lands it has infested, according to an annual survey. The growth of the infestation means a total of 224,000 acres of Western Slope ...


Care facility to open in GJ early next year; 100 jobs expected

By Emily Shockley

A care facility scheduled to open early next year in Grand Junction will add space for 50 patients to transition from the hospital to home and offer 100 jobs in skilled nursing and related positions. Torrance, California-based assisted ...


Blotter, Feb. 7, 2015

By Staff

Parachute homes broken into On Wednesday, between 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m., two houses in Parachute were broken into, police are reporting. The houses were located in the 200 block of East Third Street. Items missing from one house included a ...


Death Notices: Feb. 7, 2015

By Staff

■ Rita Day, 81, Grand Junction, died Feb. 2, 2015, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. She worked for quality assurance in electronics. Survivors include one son, Michael ...


Religion Briefs, Feb. 7, 2015

By Staff

Nashville songwriters to perform First United Methodist Church invites the public to an “inspirational, life-affirming music and story-telling evening” on Sunday with Nashville’s award-winning songwriters, Stowe Dailey and ...


Why every American should watch ISIS execution video

By Josh Penry

It is Friday, which makes it four full days since we first learned of ISIS’ latest round of made-for-TV savagery, which means most Americans have probably moved-on from thinking about the grisly execution of that Jordanian ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 6, 2015

By Staff

Misleading vaccine info 
is a disservice to parents Listening to the brouhaha surrounding the measles vaccinations brought back some very unpleasant memories from my own experience that I’d like to add to the discussion. Having ...


Denver mayor cancels speech amid protests over shooting

By The AP

DENVER — Denver Mayor Michael Hancock canceled a speech to a gay rights conference because of protests at the event over the police department’s fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl, a spokeswoman said Friday. Amber Miller said it ...


Email letters, February 6, 2015

By Staff

Coat stealing upsetting to special needs student Are you a student or employee of Central High School? When you decided to steal a fluffy, purple, hooded coat from school a week ago you upset a girl enrolled in the Special Needs program. ...


Plea deal pursued in theft allegation

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Negotiations are in the works for a possible plea bargain in the case of a former Garfield County Clerk’s Office employee accused of stealing more than $400,000 there over several years. Robin Lynn McMillan, 51, ...


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