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Junction snowfall ties 
a record set in 1924

By Staff

DENVER —  Two inches of heavy snow that fell in Grand Junction on Thursday afternoon tied a record set in 1924, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction. Even with the needed moisture, the area still is shy on ...

Blotter, April 17, 2015

By Staff

11 citations for loud music A man cited 11 times over six months for cranking his music despite neighbors’ objections was cited again April 11, and remained defiant, according to a summons. Mitch Peters, 49, lives at 493 Ol Sun ...

CBI probes 
De Beque’s 
 top lawman

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation on Thursday confirmed the agency is investigating the former De Beque town marshal, who was fired from his post last week. “This is an active investigation, therefore, the CBI will not release ...

Death Notices, April 17, 2015

By Staff

■ Mary M. French, 85, Grand Junction, died April 14, 2015, at Larchwood Inns. No services are planned. She is survived by one son, Mark of Grand Junction; one daughter, Debbie French of Monument; one sister, Leveta Lorimor of Grand ...

Email letters, April 16, 2015

By Staff

DMEA proposing world-class fiber optic Internet service DMEA’s presentation on local power generation and fiber optic service Monday night was breathtaking. This letter will focus on the extremely high speed DMEA fiber optic Internet ...


Board floats up to $1.5 million to ‘button up’ building

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction has offered to pay as much as $1.5 million to complete the skeletal Grand Junction Regional Airport building, possibly with an eye toward using it in connection with a foreign trade zone. Mesa County, which is an equal partner ...

Springs homeless shelters closing as spring storm hits

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Two cold-weather homeless shelters in Colorado Springs are closing, likely leading to an increase in the number of people sleeping outdoors. The Salvation Army’s cold weather shelter, which holds about 150 ...

Snow falling in valley, expected to pound mountains

By Mike Wiggins

An abnormally warm and dry spring is taking a 180-degree turn, as fat flakes of snow that are falling in the Grand Valley this morning could turn into more than a foot of snow in the Colorado mountains by Saturday. The National Weather ...

De Beque fires marshal;
 town official not talking

By Emily Shockley

De Beque’s town marshal for three and a half years, Michael Lorsung, has been fired. Lorsung’s employment was terminated April 8, according to the town’s response to a Colorado Open Records Act request filed by The Daily ...


By David Goe

The Downtown Grand Junction Farmers Market is making another major change to the way it does things. In a positive first step, the Farmers Market is changing its approach to booking this year’s summer music lineup. For the first time, ...

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