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USDA is offering broadband grants

By Charles Ashby

The state director for rural development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture says there is federal money available in 2015 for broadband projects, and she’s encouraging people in Colorado to apply. Trudy Kareus, who oversees the ...


Campaign helps Coloradans
 avoid most common frauds

By Charles Ashby

Attorney General John Suthers may be leaving office soon, but his battles against consumer fraud will continue through a new project he started earlier this month. Like outgoing Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s recent warning about ...


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One snowstorm is moving out,
one is looming

By Mike Wiggins

Snow-lovers received an extended Christmas gift, as a slow-moving storm lingered in western Colorado on Friday, covering the grass and streets in the Grand Valley with a light blanket and dumping close to
2 feet in some places in the ...


Reports of coffee-card wielding policeman making the rounds

By Amy Hamilton

Richie Buxman knew he had been speeding. The cop who pulled him over did, too. But what happened next warmed the Grand Junction man’s heart as he busied around town on Christmas Eve, trying to make extra food deliveries for his ...


Blotter, Dec. 27, 2014

By Staff

Fire contained at Omni Grand Junction firefighters believe a sprinkler system helped to control a Christmas Day fire in a building that houses Omni Hospital Services, 475 28 1/2 Road. The fire appears to have started in a laundry bin, ...


Some palms can live here,
with TLC

By Dennis Hill

This might seem like a strange question, but do you sell Windmill Palms or Mediterranean Fan Palms? I noticed those were the two types that possibly, and that’s a big “if,” could grow here. I would like to attempt to grow ...


Counter appliances make way for Vitamix

By Erin McIntyre

Move over, Toaster, there’s a new appliance in the house. And I’m sorry, but you might just have to give up your counter space. Even though Hubby uses you at least five times a week, I’m thinking this new guy is going to be ...


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Valuable records keeper

By Gary Harmon

Think of Michael Menard as the organizing mind that sets the stage for the display of artifacts at the Museum of Western Colorado. Menard, the museum’s curator of archives and head of the Loyd Files Research Library, has worked largely ...


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Joe Prinster, a local ‘icon,’ dies on Christmas eve

By Gary Harmon

A memorial Mass for Joseph C. Prinster, shepherd of City Market during the hard times of the 1980s, proponent of women in the workplace, founder of the Grand Valley’s economic-development effort and prolific benefactor to causes great ...


When it comes to time, we’re all just living in the past

By Gary McCallister

I guess I have always had a tenuous grasp on the concept of time. That may be overstating it a bit. But “does anyone really know what time it is? Does anyone really care?” No, wait a minute. That was Chicago. Sometimes I think in ...


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