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Court upholds pot-grow conviction

By Duffy Hayes

A man previously convicted on charges of marijuana cultivation and possession this week had his convictions upheld by the Colorado Court of Appeals, who did not agree with his argument that the trial court erred by not allowing one of his ...


Brief, April 14, 2017

By Staff

Habitat for Humanity seeks families who need homes Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County is seeking families who are in need of safe, decent, affordable homes and who will qualify for the Habitat program. An orientation class is offered at ...


Entertainment in Brief: Creative Avenue adds performance group

By Staff

Creative Avenue adds performance group An informational meeting is planned for 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, for parents and students interested in joining Rev It Up Performance Company, a new performing arts outreach group at Creative ...


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‘A Star’s Reflection’ by Redlands eighth-grader wins competition

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Redlands Middle School eighth-grader Abigail Ligon is the 2017 winner of the Grand Junction Symphony’s Crystal Baton Composition Competition. Her melody, “A Star’s Reflection,” was chosen from among the more than 30 ...


Haptonstall chosen for District 51 superintendent

By Staff

The District 51 School Board will offer the position of superintendent to Ken Haptonstall, board members decided Thursday afternoon in an open meeting. Board members voted unanimously to offer him the position, pending background and reference ...


Open burning banned today due to warm, windy conditions

By Staff

Unusually warm, windy conditions have prompted Mesa County health officials to ban open burning today. No open burns of any kind — including agricultural burns — are allowed this afternoon and evening, as Mesa County and other ...


Colorado GOP endorses abortion waiting periods

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Senate has tentatively approved a measure requiring waiting periods for women seeking abortions. The bill by GOP Sens. Vicki Marble and Kevin Lundberg would require doctors to offer women the chance to see ...


Colorado has backed off plans for marijuana clubs

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers have backed off plans to regulate marijuana clubs, saying the state would invite a federal crackdown by approving Amsterdam-style pot clubs. The state House voted Thursday to amend a bill that would have set ...


Death Notices, April 14, 2017

By Staff

■ Bert Hodson, 76, Loma, died April 8, 2017, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Stillwater Cowboy Church in Fruita. He was a farmer. Survivors include his wife, Beverly; three ...


Blotter: April 14, 2017

By Staff

Woman accused of scaling fence at airport A 46-year-old woman who was found in a secure area of Grand Junction Regional Airport before 5 a.m. Monday told law enforcement she had scaled a barbed wire security fence and that she had ...


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