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You Saw It, Nov. 3

By Staff

‘Isolated shooting’ at Grand Junction High School

By Mike Wiggins

UPDATE: The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating a self-inflicted shooting at Grand Junction High School, District 51 spokeswoman April Hart said in a press release. There are no remaining active shooters and this is an isolated ...


‘An Artful Marriage’ at Main Street Gallery

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A mutual love of the arts and for each other makes for “An Artful Marriage” for artist Fay Timmerman and photographer Steve Traudt. Timmerman and Traudt first met in 1983 while working at a pharmaceutical company in Lincoln, ...

Learn about the traditions of many at annual festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Celebrate the cultures and customs of people groups around the world through Mesa County Libraries’ annual Culture Fest. Learn about other cultures and share your own through dress and activities on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4–5, ...

Hickenlooper appoints judge to 21st Judicial District

By Staff

Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Mesa County Judge Gretchen Larson today as the new district court judge in the 21st Judicial District. Her appointment is effective Jan. 1. Larson will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Mesa ...

Visitor bureau: Double lodging tax

By Mike Wiggins

The Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau wants to more than double the city’s lodging tax rate, contending the additional revenue could bring more flights into Grand Junction, increase events geared toward out-of-towners and ...

Biz Buzz: Nov. 3, 2016

By Staff

The Craft Studio opened its doors this week at 634 Main St. in Grand Junction. The downtown venue offers a cozy space for crafters to knit, stitch, crochet and bead, among other handiwork. Owner Lesly Adams decided to open The Craft Studio to ...

City purchase of downtown property moves step closer

By Amy Hamilton

The city of Grand Junction may buy a parcel of land to potentially redevelop downtown, but only if the purchase price matches an appraisal. The Grand Junction City Council unanimously agreed on Wednesday night to buy the land and building of ...


Twists on Thanksgiving ideas

By Dixie Burmeister

As plans for Thanksgiving dinner abound, the leftovers — or “planned overs,” as I call them — are often looked forward to as much as the big meal itself.  Do you have visions of your favorite turkey sandwiches, ...


County clerk: Many safeguards in place to prevent ‘rigged’ system

By Charles Ashby

There are no shredders in the Mesa County elections office. Not only that, but the folks who work in the ballot rooms in the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office don’t even empty the trash, at least not until all ballots are ...

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