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One-day closure to aid library

By Emily Shockley

It’s a big week for Mesa County Libraries, with a software update that will nearly double interlibrary loan opportunities for local library patrons shutting down all branches Wednesday and a new, quicker checkout system debuting Thursday ...

Death Notices, Jan. 6, 2015

By Staff

■ Jane Bunger, 95, Grand Junction, died Dec. 25, 2014, at The Denver Hospice. Services will be at 1 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Survivors include one daughter, Ona Bunger Brictson of Denver; two ...

Blotter, Jan. 6, 2015

By Staff

Sex offender on 29 Road A state-labeled sexually violent predator has moved in at a group home at 705 29 Road and registered with authorities, the Grand Junction Police Department said Monday. Julian Reyes, 55, was convicted in 2007 of ...

Getting It Right, Jan. 6, 2015

By Staff

A guest editorial on Page 5B Sunday should have said Denver Water serves 1.3 million customers in Denver and the surrounding suburbs, not 2.3 million.  ...

Tipton ‘will talk’ replacement for speaker

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., didn’t expect to decide until today whether to support Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, for another term heading the House. Tipton left the door open on Monday in commenting on the choice of a speaker, ...

Two states’ uranium companies join forces

By Gary Harmon

Colorado-based Energy Fuels Inc. is taking over a Wyoming company to build what officials called the largest integrated uranium producer focused on the United States. Uranerz Corp., based in Casper, has several in-situ recovery projects in ...


Firefighter beat her at GJ hotel, girlfriend alleges

By Paul Shockley

A De Beque firefighter was jailed Monday on allegations he beat, kicked and choked his girlfriend over several hours at a Horizon Drive hotel room in the predawn hours of New Year’s Day. Joshua Weishaup, 36, was expected to sign out at ...

Email letters, January 5, 2015

By Staff

Statistics show economic recovery under Obama is not all it’s cracked up to be I would like to respond to David Cooper’s recent letter, wherein he sang the praises of President Obama’s handling of the US economy. I would ...

JetBlue flight diverted as Utah officers help restrain woman

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Three Utah police officers returning from the funeral of a slain New York City officer helped restrain an unruly airline passenger as the plane was diverted to Chicago. JetBlue Airways spokeswoman Sharon A. Jones says ...

COGCC adopts new fine schedule

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies will face fines generally ranging from $200 to $15,000 a day per day of rules violation under a new penalty structure passed by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission this morning. The agency adopted the new fines ...

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