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GORMLEY_Pat

Pat Gormley dies; 
civic leader, banker 
who ‘left his mark’

By Gary Harmon

A memorial service is to be scheduled for Pat Gormley, banker, a pillar of downtown, Fulbright scholar, Colorado College ambassador, scion of Glade Park settlers and Grand Junction’s unofficial historian. Gormley died Wednesday. He was ...


Death Notices, July 10, 2015

By Staff

■ Velma J. Belt, 97, Grand Junction, died July 5, 2015, at Larchwood Inns. A private family service is planned later in Texas. Ms. Bell was the manager of a gift center. She is survived by two sons, Donald R. of Colorado Springs and ...


Getting It Right, July 10, 2015

By Staff

A photo caption on page 1B Thursday should have identified one of the baseball players as Blaine Butler from the Monument Allstars.  ...


Blotter, July 10, 2015

By Staff

Man blames the messenger A man who lives in the 2800 block of Victoria Lane was issued a summons Wednesday on suspicion of throwing a newspaper through the window of a delivery vehicle and striking a 9-year-old girl in the face. According ...


KELLY_Howard

Neighbor accused of shooting pit bull free on $2,500 bond

By Mike Wiggins

The Olathe man accused of shooting a dog twice in the head and cutting the dog’s throat is a neighbor who told authorities the dog had spent much of the day on his property and acted friendly. Howard Mike Kelly, 54, is free from the ...


Flood advisory in place for Mesa County

By Mike Wiggins

A flood advisory is in effect until 7:30 p.m. for northwestern Mesa County and northeastern Grand County in east-central Utah, as a round of thunderstorms is dropping heavy rain on the area. The National Weather Service said the storms are ...


Email letters, July 9, 2015

By Staff

Jesus never required us to be faithful to him by refusing to love our fellow humans John Herbst’ letter on Wednesday cannot stand unchallenged. Just as an aside, if we are entering the “New Dark Ages” it is because we seem ...


I-70 memorial procession planned for Flight for Life pilot

By The AP

FRISCO — Emergency service vehicles and helicopters are set to head up the Interstate 70 corridor Thursday in advance of a memorial service for a Flight for Life pilot. The Summit Daily News reports the procession is set to leave ...


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C-SPAN Cities captures what makes Valley special

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction will take center stage on C-SPAN the first weekend in September. The network created by the nation’s cable companies looks at American cities that rarely get a national eye and puts them under the microscope. On Sept. ...


Colorado State trims plans for new stadium to stay in budget

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Colorado State University has been cutting back on seats with chair backs, elevators and other amenities in order to keep plans for a new on-campus stadium within its $220 million budget. The Fort Collins Coloradoan ...


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