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Book notes, July 24, 2016

By Ann Wright

GJ bookstore hosts archaeologist author Curtis Martin, author of “Ephemeral Bounty: Wickiups, Trade Goods and the Final Years of the Autonomous Ute,” will be hosted for a booksigning at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Out West Books, 533 ...


Leafminer cause of elm destruction

By Dennis Hill

I have six very old very large elm trees and the leaves at the bottom are all getting light brown patches. What is this and what can I do about it? — Karol What you have going on is called an elm leafminer. The insect is a small, ...


You Said It, July 24, 2016

By Staff

Really, two convicted U.S. Fish and Wildlife officers are still working after breaking the law they are sworn to uphold. Are all government employees related to Hillary? The Park Service wants to double their fees at Colorado National ...


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Ready-made space for start-ups

By Erin McIntyre

MONTROSE – Stepping into Proximity Space is unlike entering any other office. In one corner, a filmmaker shoots a video for a commercial. The mayor chats with a constituent in front of a ping-pong table. A graphic designer works at her ...


Weekly Planner, July 24, 2016

By Staff

July 24 Palisade Sunday Farmers Market, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sundays, through Sept. 25, downtown Palisade, produce, vendors, live music, chef demonstration by Jessica Biel from The Cashmere Slippers, 464-5602, townofpalisade.org. Off the ...


Blotter, July 24, 2016

By Staff

Three jailed on meth charges Three people were arrested at a Grand Junction motel Thursday after law enforcement allegedly found methamphetamine and distribution supplies hidden in an energy drink can and stashed in the bathroom ceiling. ...


Local briefs, July 24, 2016

By Staff

Experts to share skills at Latino Chamber In an effort to support small business owners, industry professionals and those wishing to start or grow a business, the Western Colorado Latino Chamber of Commerce is hosting a panel of experts on ...


Medicaid is an important resource for long-term care, seniors

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

In recent weeks, we have addressed the difference between Medicare and Medicaid as it relates to seniors receiving long-term care. Last week, we also discussed how Medicaid may be your most expensive option to pay for long-term care. ...


Pressure is on to keep Halliburton office open

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County officials are mounting an effort to keep Halliburton’s local compound in operation, even as forecasts call for a rejuvenation of the oil and gas industry. The Grand Junction Economic Partnership also has approached the Mesa ...


Death notices, July 24, 2016

By Staff

■ David Alan Armstrong, 54, Grand Junction, died May 21, 2016. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Fellowship Church, with a reception to follow at Sherwood Park. He is survived by his mother, Carol Johann; one brother, Michael ...


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