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Blotter, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Kids had drugs, cops say Three juveniles ran from police in the area of Third Street and Belford Avenue on June 9. The juveniles were contacted and were arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. One of the ...


Economy boosters see benefits of Calgary trip

By Charles Ashby

It’s too early to know if a delegation of western Coloradans to a recent business conference in Canada will produce any benefits, but things are looking like they just might, members of that delegation said Wednesday. Earlier this ...


GarCo blaze signals start of busy year for fire crews

By Staff

In a sign of fast-drying summer conditions after abundant spring rain across the Western Slope, firefighters doused a small wildfire outside of Glenwood Springs and Carbondale Wednesday. The Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection Department ...


Essential oils are great. But now we need essence of chocolate, please.

By Rachel Sauer

Are you feeling stressed, tense, too relaxed, not relaxed enough, anxious, indifferent, preoccupied, 
self-defeating, inert, muddled? Are you longing for a calmer home, a healthier body, a better self? There’s an oil for ...


Fodder from the Blotter

By Steve Beauregard

There’s a lot of weird stuff going on here lately to cover in our police blotter recap. That’s not even including the case where a man pointed a banana at police. He, of course, eventually pled guilty, although the case is ...


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Cheers! Local

By Charles Ashby

Local I happened to be downtown for the recent Grand Junction Arts and Music Festival and wanted a sit-down dinner with my wife. So in keeping with our predilection for supporting local businesses as much as we can, we quite naturally went ...


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In Focus: Snow Bash Challenge

By Staff

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You Saw It, June 25

By Staff

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Programming camp teaches love of tech

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Fourteen-year-old Savanah McGuire of Clifton was inspired by her brother to learn how to code. That’s what drew her to attend a programming camp this week hosted by a local high school robotics team at the Grand Junction Business ...


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City boss quits; cites ‘conflicts’

By Duffy Hayes

The top administrator at the city of Grand Junction offered his resignation Wednesday, and when the Grand Junction City Council voted unanimously and without comment to approve a lucrative severance package for City Manager Rich Englehart, his ...


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