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More experienced applicants seeking school district jobs

By Emily Shockley

While school districts across the state brace for layoffs, School District 51 is hiring for more than 230 positions for the 2010-11 school year. District 51 eliminated the equivalent of 46 full-time positions for the 2010-11 school year ...


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First-time moms find advice, care through county program

By Amy Hamilton

Danielle McGlothlin didn’t know what she was getting into when she became pregnant at 16. With the help of a voluntary program for low-income, first-time mothers, McGlothin received the advice, care and nurturing she needed to have a ...


Police Blotter, June 17, 2010

By Staff

Woman claims voodoo use The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department received a call Tuesday about an intoxicated woman who was brandishing a knife and making homicidal statements in the 2700 block of Milo Drive in Grand Junction. But the ...


Sports Briefs, June 16, 2010

By Staff

Tennis GJ’s Wright wins pair of USTA titles Susan Wright won the United States Tennis Association National Women’s 50-older Championships singles and doubles titles last weekend in Lakewood. It was her sixth USTA singles indoor ...


Vines gets volleyball job at GJ

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Leslie Vines is getting another chance to coach high school volleyball. Grand Junction High School hired Vines on Wednesday to take over the varsity volleyball program. “I’m excited for this experience,” Vines said. ...


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Marsh’s mission: Fruita Monument’s new football coach teaching style on the fly

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School football team is building the foundation for the fall this summer. The Wildcats are one of eight teams at this week’s Mesa State College football camp, and Fruita players and coaches are using the camp to ...


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Eighteen-wheeler loses a load of plate glass on I-70

By Dean Humphrey

The eastbound interstate lanes were closed Wednesday for over an hour.  ...


E-mail letters, June 17, 2010

By Staff

School board decision was not surprising While somewhat disappointing, the District 51 School Board’s decision to ignore two petitions, submitted on behalf of the public by Rose Pugliese and calling for the separation of political bias ...


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Over the Top, Hunt for bin Laden

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob opines on the man detained in Pakistan, allegedly hunting Osama bin Laden  ...


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Business slow but hopeful at Treasure Hunters Roadshow

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Justin Walkley loaded up as many items as he could find to take to the Treasure Hunters Roadshow at the Clarion Inn Wednesday morning. A self-proclaimed pack rat, Walkley carried a box full of miscellaneous items he thought might be of value ...


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