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Death Notices, Aug. 22, 2014

By Staff

■ Marieta “Rita” Joyce Bunker, 68, Grand Junction, died Aug. 19, 2014, at her home. Visitation will be at 10:15 a.m. Saturday at River of Life Church. Burial will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western ...


Getting It Right, Aug. 22, 2014

By Staff

A photo cutline on Page 1 Thursday should have said a deal between the owners of the Value Lodge motel property and City Market fell through earlier this year.  ...


Position open for De Beque mayor

By Charles Ashby

The De Beque Board of Trustees named Mayor Pro-tem Forest Matis to the position of mayor earlier this week. The mayor job became open after Mayor Wayne Klahn announced his plans to resign from the position, giving personal reasons. Matis is ...


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Palisade voters to decide whether pot is part of agritourism

By Amy Hamilton

Among the rows of grapevines and orchards lined with peach trees in Palisade, another idea is growing. Come November, in this valley hemmed in with agriculture, voters will decide whether they want to add recreational marijuana to the mix. ...


GJHS teacher 
put on 
leave

By Paul Shockley

School District 51 confirmed Thursday a teacher at Grand Junction High School was removed from the classroom and placed on leave last week pending the outcome of an investigation. “This is an active investigation and I cannot comment ...


Plea hearing set in Cabrera case

By Dennis Webb

A man accused of first-degree murder apparently is again planning to accept a plea deal in connection with the death of his stepdaughter’s boyfriend near Glenwood Springs. Ninth Judicial District Attorney Sherry Caloia told reporters by ...


Lines West, Aug. 22

By Staff

My Baby Guinea Pig Samore A small creature, Brown and white, Two ears brown, Called a guinea pig. She looks like a s’more with two brown graham crackers and a marshmallow in between. She reminds me of my ...


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QA: Jamestown Revival talks about making music and mountain biking

By Melinda Mawdsley

Influenced by Southern soul and Western rock, longtime friends Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance formed Jamestown Revival in 2011, and the group makes its Grand Junction debut as headliners during the Grand Junction Off-Road day of music in ...


BLM reopens Pine Ridge Fire area

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management today reopened the nearly 14,000 acres burned by the 2012 Pine Ridge Fire west of De Beque, crediting abundant rainfall over the last year in aiding revegetation and helping it lift the closure earlier than ...


Email letters, August 21, 2014

By Staff

State’s decision to buy heat sensors irrational Has the state of Colorado completely lost its mind? Two aircraft equipped with heat sensors for fighting wildfire at a cost of 9.5 million and 2.5 million dollars yearly upkeep? I fought ...


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