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For The Record: Aug. 19, 2017

By Staff

BIRTHS Community Hospital Anthony and McKenzie Pratte, Grand Junction, a daughter, Aug. 3. Donald and Alexa Webb, Grand Junction, a son, Aug. 4. Jordan and Cody Saavedra, Grand Junction, a son, Aug. 5. Delta County Memorial ...


Unraveling the great mystery that is the sun

By Gary McCallister

Apparently, the sun has been burning for about 5 billion years, give or take a little. Can you believe no one wrote down the date? I am sure it has been burning since 1945, based upon my personal recollections. This dispels the myth that I may ...


Religion Briefs, Aug. 19, 2017

By Staff

Bible study this week at Redlands church Explorer’s Bible Study will begin Wednesday at Redlands Community Church, 2327 Broadway, with a study of the books of Judges and Kings of Israel. All women are invited to the ...


Death Notices, Aug. 19, 2017

By Staff

■ Betty Jo Bruegman, 78, Clifton, died Aug. 6, 2017, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Midlands Village Clubhouse in Clifton. She was a homemaker. Survivors include three sons, Dan Ettinger ...


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Yard Of The Month: July

By Staff

The Grand Junction Yard of the Month winner for July is 642 Grand View Drive, and was presented to City council Wednesday. Marcia Hutson bought her house in September 2001 and has worked on the garden ever since. This year has been hard on ...


Beware of the other 
ash borer

By Dennis Hill

I have a couple questions. First, are you advising folks to start using something on ash trees as a precaution against that new borer? If so, what do you recommend? I have some Bayer Tree and Shrub. Second, I have violets taking over my grass ...


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Man gets 15 years in Molina shootings

By Erin McIntyre

One of the three men involved in a shooting and burglary in Molina that injured three residents last year was sentenced to 15 years in prison in a plea agreement Friday. Despite protests from the three victims who were present at the hearing, ...


New rules to combat Denver ozone levels could apply statewide

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission is considering whether new pollution-emission restrictions on oil and gas operations to help reduce ozone on the Front Range should be applied to the industry statewide. That possibility has ...


Pugliese tells GOP crowd: D.C. actually listens to us now

By Gary Harmon

The Trump administration has done something its predecessor never did: Listen to local government officials, Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese said today. While federal law requires that local officials be allowed to comment on various ...


Email Letters: August 18, 2017

By Staff

Efforts to grow CMU will result in more wins for our community Congratulations to President Tim Foster and his entire team at Colorado Mesa University for continuing to make smart and effective moves that will help establish Grand Junction ...


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