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Death Notices, Sept. 9, 2014

By Staff

■ George W. “Jude” Arnett, 88, Olathe, died Sept. 3, 2014, at Colorow Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel. Burial will be at Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include one son, ...


Unaffiliated candidate wants an end to federal gridlock

By Gary Harmon

Colorado could shift the balance of power in the U.S. Senate by electing a candidate without ties to either major party, said a candidate hoping to do just that. Steve Shogan, a Denver neurosurgeon, said he favors a single-payer health-care ...


Airways magazine story coincided with uptick in visits to GJ website

By Emily Shockley

The June release of a U.S. Airways in-flight magazine featuring a spread on Mesa County coincided with an uptick in interest in visiting the area from people in a few cities in the West and Midwest, according to an analysis generated by the ...


Blotter, Sept. 9, 2014

By Staff

2 suspected of assault Keeven Marcella, 31, and Corey Marcella, 29, were cited on suspicion of assault after witnesses said they allegedly assaulted two other men inside Thunderstruck Valley, 436 Main St., about 1 a.m. Friday, according to ...


HEALTH BRIEFS FOR SEPT. 11, 2014

By Staff

Bladeless cataract removal offered Matthew Ehrlich of Eye Center of the Rockies is the first surgeon on the Western Slope to begin offering a bladeless laser cataract removal procedure for his patients exclusively at Grand River Health in ...


County approves GVT work

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County commissioners agreed Monday morning to sign a $394,902 contract with Sorter Construction for work on pullouts and sidewalks at Grand Valley Transit bus stations and an extension of F 1/8 Road. Under the contract, Sorter will ...


Eyes on ground saw different end for Benghazi

By Gary Harmon

Had they not been prevented from responding to an attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Ambassador Christopher Stevens could have been saved, said a member of the team that was told to delay. “I believe that if we had left ...


Police probe shot fired; boy in custody

By Paul Shockley

A juvenile boy is custody tonight after officers were called to a report of a shot fired, the Grand Junction Police Department said. The shooting was reported around 6 p.m. in the 2800 block of Mesa Avenue, where a bullet was recovered from ...


With threat of flooding, county advises caution to Collbran area

By Mike Wiggins

Mesa County officials sounded a word of caution to Collbran-area residents this afternoon, notifying them that flash flooding is possible in the area where a massive landslide killed three people in May. County Emergency Manager Andy Martsolf ...


Email letters, September 8, 2014

By Staff

Sound bites about climate change may have no basis in fact Doesn’t the phrase “97 percent of scientists agree on climate,” sound a little suspicious? How did anyone get all scientists together to express an opinion on such a ...


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