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in District 51 get new locks

By Katie Langford

School District 51 teachers and students will have a little more peace of mind next year with the installation of new locks on many classrooms and offices, courtesy of a $100,000 grant from the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District. ...


Troublemakers nabbed near school

By Gabrielle Porter

A 20-year-old man was arrested and two 16-year-old boys detained near Bookcliff Middle School after an incident Wednesday morning police said allegedly involved suspected methamphetamine and a realistic-looking BB gun. A school resource ...

Commission protests 
restaurant license law

By Gary Harmon

New rules that would increase licensing costs for restaurants should be vetoed by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, the Mesa County Commission said. House Bill 1401 takes away local control of restaurant inspections while increasing the costs ...

Blotter, May 12, 2016

By Staff

Bribing a witness alleged A Grand Junction man could face a felony charge of bribing a witness, as well as several counts of violating a protection order, after a woman alleged he sent her flowers and offered her other items if she would ...

Death notices, May 12, 2016

By Staff

■ Gerald W. Castle, 82, Grand Junction, died May 10, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. No services are planned. He was a salesman. Survivors include one daughter, Mary H. White of Topock, Arizona; three grandchildren; and 14 ...


Key change: After great ‘45-year run’ in music, CMU professor retires

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jack Delmore planned to retire, just not yet. To be forced to leave a job he loves a couple years early is disappointing to say the least. Delmore, 60, a professor with Colorado Mesa University’s music department for nearly 25 years, ...


You Saw It, May 12

By Staff

Time Suck: Nest cam

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nest cam Animal and music videos are my weakness. In that spirit, I bring you the live video stream of Mr. President and The First Lady, a pair of adult bald eagles that built a nest in the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, D.C. Bonus: ...


Passion for space exploration, game development unite in MarsCorp

By Greg Ruland

A local father-son team of business software consultants and game designers got a creative shot in the arm recently when company founder Robert Madsen donned simulated space gear and spent four days with a 10-person work crew assigned to spiff ...

Fodder from the Blotter

By Steve Beauregard

Sometimes I’ll go through the day thinking that I live in a normal town, surrounded by typical, reasonably well-adjusted human beings. These are the days when I didn’t read the police blotter. I say this because criminals in ...

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