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Briefs, Dec. 8, 2016

By Staff

Wreaths ceremony planned for Dec. 17 The original Wreaths Across America program has taken place the second weekend in December, however this year the nationwide program will be on the third weekend, in conjunction with Arlington National ...


Sheriff honors two citizens for heroic actions

By Rachel Sauer

Victoria Hedler jokes that she’s a “nosy neighbor,” but hearing a man scream while she was out getting her mail on a Saturday evening was cause for more than a casual glance to see what the neighbors are up to. She jumped in ...

Chamber asks Ryan for help with rules

By Gary Harmon

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce joined with 379 other organizations urging Congress to move quickly on legislation that would give the legislative branch the opportunity to review high-cost regulations. The organizations, acting ...


CSU agronomy prof calling it a career, retiring from studies

By Erin McIntyre

Thirty-three years went by in a hurry for Calvin Pearson. That happens when you’re doing what you love, with interesting work that helps people on so many levels. And this week, Pearson is retiring from his career as a research ...

City Council adopts $140.5 million 2017 budget

By Amy Hamilton

Think 2015 when you think about Grand Junction’s 2017 budget. The Grand Junction City Council on Wednesday night unanimously adopted a total budget of $140.5 million for the new year, a conservative number that aligns with the 2015 ...

Cellmate recants: Holzer didn’t brag of killing cop

By Gabrielle Porter

A former cellmate of Austin Holzer — who previously told jailers that he had once knocked the teen out for “running his mouth about being a bad-ass cop-killer” — testified Wednesday in court that he lied in his ...

Critics say BLM rules unduly limit free speech

By Dennis Webb

Critics of proposed Bureau of Land Management rules in Colorado say they would limit free speech, and mark an escalation in efforts to squelch public comment also reflected by a shift to online oil and gas lease sales, like one occurring ...


Attorney seeks 2nd mental exam for sex suspect

By Gabrielle Porter

A trial for the accused curator of websites featuring nude underage girls has been delayed yet again after defense attorneys asked the man be given a second mental health evaluation. Kevin Renfro, 36, was originally set to stand trial in ...

Death notices, Dec. 8, 2016

By Staff

■ James M. Bowen, 76, Grand Junction, died Dec. 6, 2016, at his home. No services will take place. He was a worship leader. Survivors include his wife, Kathy; five sons, Alan of Tacoma, Washington, Craig of Palisade, Ben Peck, ...


You Saw It, Dec. 8, 2016

By Staff

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