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Blotter, July 23, 2017

By Staff

Police seek suspect in theft of wallet from golf bag Police hope someone recognizes a man suspected of using a stolen wallet at a number of area stores earlier this month. On Thursday, July 13, someone stole a black American Eagle tri-fold ...


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Taste of the tropics

By Joe Vaccarelli

Chris Burns has a very simple reason for adding a new $1.2 million splash pad at Bananas Fun Park. “It’s hot here,” he said, slightly lamenting that his new amenity was not open during some of the 100-plus-degree days ...


Biz Buzz, July 23, 2017

By Staff

The Main Street Cafe is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Thursday and will be donating a percentage of its revenue that day to the nonprofit Mesa County Partners. Evan and Nina Gluckman opened their restaurant July 27, 1992, on South ...


Williams to replace Parachute pipeline

By Dennis Webb

Williams is planning to replace a natural gas liquids pipeline involved in a leak that contaminated Parachute Creek several years ago, after a U.S. Department of Transportation decision that it has regulatory authority over the line. The ...


You Said It, July 23, 2017

By Staff

Please visit your neighborhood school. You will see for yourself how antiquated the old schools are and how repair or rebuilding is a must. As a 20-year teaching veteran in District 51, the maintenance departments do wonders with what exists ...


Book notes, July 23, 2017

By Staff

Poetry to be featured at ‘Off the Shelf’ Two area poets will be featured at the next “Off the Shelf Author Series” event. Karen Fricke and Luis Lopez will read some of their poetry during the event from 6–7 ...


Untangling parents’ lives

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Recently we came across an article published in the Wall Street Journal titled “The Difficult, Delicate Untangling of Our Parents’ Lives.” The author and his wife are in their 50s and dealing with the challenges of parents ...


Traffic Alert, July 23, 2017

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects ■ 2017 Street Resurfacing Project: Thursday and Friday: Bookcliff Avenue from Seventh Street to Ninth Street. Flaggers will assist ...


Death notices, July 23, 2017

By Staff

■ Shirley Ann Buck, 69, Grand Junction, died July 20, 2017, at home. She was a waitress and baker. Survivors include two sons, Michel of Grand Junction and Thomas R. of Colorado Springs; one brother, John Paul Rovedo of Woodland Park; ...


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The ultimate Hardrocker

By D.E. Strode

SILVERTON — Kirk Apt, the dean of the Hardrock 100 Endurance Run, likes prime numbers. The 55-year-old Fruita runner is particularly fond of 23. “Twenty-three is one of my favorite numbers actually,” Apt said, just minutes ...


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