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Keep your garden spectacular all season long

By Erin McIntyre

One of the things I’ve always struggled with as a gardener is maintaining a wide variety of flowering plants over the course of a season. Something should always be blooming, whether it’s spring or approaching fall. This is ...

For The Record, July 19, 2014

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Terry and Valerie Tapley, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 21. Michael and Charlene Thomas, Clifton, a son, July 1. Andrew and Darby Cisneros, Fruita, a son, July 4. Rodney and Kristy Sheets, Hotchkiss, a ...

Religion Briefs, July 19, 2014

By Staff

Camp Christian planned for women “Treasures in the Darkness” is the theme of a women’s conference, sponsored by Appleton Christian Church and taking place July 25–27 at Camp Christian above New Castle. The camp will ...


Solar program a win for homeowners, job seekers, environment

By Greg Ruland

Volunteers worked in 90-degree heat this week to install a new solar array for a working Fruita mom. She prepared a delicious Mexican buffet for the workers but paid nothing for the unit. The actual cost of the 15-panel array was $15,000, but ...

Death Notices, July 19, 2014

By Staff

■ Kenneth N. Duffy, 82, Clifton, died July 17, 2014, at Mantey Heights Care Center. No services are planned. Survivors include two sons, Coe Latham of De Beque and Pete Latham of Clifton; one daughter, Kathleen Oliver of Sierra Vista, ...


Pennington ends sheriff bid, backs sergeant

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County sheriff candidate defeated last month by state Sen. Steve King said in a release he won’t continue a bid for the office during a GOP vacancy committee meeting scheduled for Monday, while backing another potential ...

Briefs, July 19, 2014

By Staff

Pro Bono legal clinic set for Tuesday The Pro Bono Project of Mesa County and Colorado Legal Services Title III Senior Citizen Legal Assistance Program will offer a free clinic from 9:30–11:30 a.m. Tuesday on the interplay between ...

Blotter, July 19, 2014

By Staff

Suspect has Viagra defense Jordan Vigil, 22, was arrested July 11 on suspicion of multiple charges, including criminal impersonation and multiple counts of possession of a controlled substance, after Grand Junction officers observed him ...

Feds: Monument pumped $26M into valley economy

By Gary Harmon

Colorado National Monument generated $26 million in economic activity in 2013, the National Park Service said Friday. That’s about the same effect as in 2012, when the Park Service estimated that the monument was a $26.5 million ...


Heights Norhill tops Delta in SW Regional

By Eden Laase

After a long drive from Houston, Texas, the Heights Norhill 50/70 Little League team didn’t show any signs of fatigue Friday night as it rolled past Delta 14-4 in the Southwestern Regional baseball tournament at Grand Mesa Little League. ...

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