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Devices monitor your air quality

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Valley just received some new tools to monitor its air quality, thanks to work from the local group Citizens for Clean Air. The organization recently obtained a grant to purchase a dozen small air-quality monitors available for ...


White Hall demolition to begin

By Gary Harmon

What is left of White Hall will start coming down on Monday. A contractor hired by the Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority is to begin work on removing what is left of the building that was originally constructed as the First ...

The basic (and acidic) study of animal waste

By Gary McCallister

Have you ever wondered why cows produce “cow pies,” horses produce “road apples” and sheep produce “sheep pellets?” Why don’t we call sheep droppings “sheep grapes” or “mountain ...

Blotter, June 27, 2015

By Staff

Sex offender arrested Gabriel Muniz, 35, was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of sexual assault on a child as a pattern of abuse, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. According to an arrest affidavit, police officers ...

Death Notice, June 27, 2015

By Staff

■ Catherine MacLaren Jackson, 101, Paonia, died June 18, 2015, at her home. No services are planned at this time. Survivors include three daughters: Katherine May Bogart of Sarasota, Florida, Carol Ann Jackson of New York City and ...


Trey magnificent

By Patti Arnold

Trey Killian pitched on the biggest stage in college baseball in his last outing, in the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. “That was amazing. My third and last year at Arkansas and to this point the most fun three years of my ...


GJHS grad Elisha Jahnke headed to Ole Miss to pitch

By Matt Meyer

Hotty toddy, gosh almighty. That’s one of the many wild catchphrases of the University of Mississippi, and Elisha Jahnke will be hearing a lot of them next year. Jahnke, a standout softball player and 2014 graduate of Grand Junction ...


Just as good

By Tim Harty

The best high school girls tennis player in the Grand Valley can hold her own with the boys, too. Sarah Fleming, fresh off her state-qualifying freshman season this spring at Fruita Monument High School, won her No. 1 singles match, then ...

Sports Brief, June 26, 2015

By Staff

Legion Baseball Gene Taylor’s falls in tournament The Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team struggled to generate offense Friday, falling to OC Red (California) 3-0 in the first of six games at the Firecracker Classic in ...

Local tennis results, June 26, 2015

By Staff

Community Hospital Jr. Tournament Friday at Elliott Tennis Center, Round 1 (Team scores based on total games won in matches) NADAL DIVISION Hall of Framers 57, Quad Squad 34 Singles: No. 1 — Randy Hurshman, HOF, def. Matt Miller, ...

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