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GarCo School District 16 looks to voters for more funds

By Dennis Webb

After several years of trying to do more with less, Garfield County School District No. 16 is hoping voters will give it the chance to do more with more. The district, serving Parachute, Battlement Mesa and the surrounding region, is asking ...


Weekly Calendar, Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

Oct. 12 Sons of Norway, Vestafjell Lodge, 2 p.m., Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 3133 F Road, annual Torsk and Kjottbolle (baked cod and Norwegian meatball) dinner, $8 for members and guests, no charge for children, take a gift, ...


Gray Gourmet, Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chicken patty on a bun, baked beans, citrus surprise gelatin. Tuesday — Beef and barley soup, tomato aspic with topping, saucy fruit salad, crackers. Wednesday — Spaghetti ...


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Gardner’s rural, working roots reflect current policy

By Charles Ashby

When Cory Gardner served in the Colorado Legislature representing one of the largest districts in the state, he would have a lot of windshield time. The Yuma Republican, who served in the Colorado House from 2005 until he was elected to the ...


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Udall: Poised in political middle with eye on progress

By Gary Harmon

In a rare moment of solitude in the summer of his re-election campaign, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., peered down the fairway of a Grand Junction golf course as he took a late-afternoon urban hike through Grand Junction. No staff, no ...


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Empty Bowls benefits local charity group for 19th year

By Rachel Sauer

Leaning in toward the steaming pots of soup, Debbie Maher clutched her ceramic bowl in both hands and asked hopefully, “Is there any gumbo left?” An apron-clad volunteer shook his head regretfully and mentioned how popular the ...


City’s annual Leaf Removal Program to begin Monday

By Melinda Mawdsley

A glance along Grand Junction’s streets indicates trees have started to turn color but many are not yet ready to drop their leaves as the city starts its annual Leaf Removal Program Monday. The program lasts through mid-December, ...


You Said It: Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

I think the bike tours and races they have around Grand Junction are great. But during the Tour of the Moon last week some of the riders were not following the law. I was coming down Monument Road during the tour and there were many bikers on ...


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Gay marriage legalization likely to boost in certain industries

By Greg Ruland

As more gay couples marry in Mesa County, some nuptial-based businesses in the Grand Valley can expect to see increased revenue that traditionally flows from wedding ceremonies, studies of same-sex unions in other states show. Hotel bookings, ...


Biz Buzz: Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

West Star Aviation in Grand Junction opened a self-serve aviation gas refueling station Monday, said Dave Krogman, general manager. “We’re excited to open the avgas station with competitive pricing for the western Colorado ...


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