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060410 Cop Firings 1

Three Grand Junction cops fired

By Paul Shockley

A trio of Grand Junction Police Department officers were fired Thursday after an internal investigation confirmed they used pocket knives to slash tents, bicycle tires and clothes lines while searching for a suspect at a transient camp last ...


060410 history

Volunteers have maintained Potter’s Field for 15 years

By {screen_name}

Third in a series on the history of local cemeteries. It is possible that the present Potter’s Field, located across the road from the U.S. Department of Energy Compound and north of the city of Grand Junction Police Department shooting ...


Death Notices, June 4, 2010

By Staff

Joanne A. Evans, 74, Orchard City, died May 23, 2010, at Horizon’s Nursing Home Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Cedaredge, followed by a reception for family and ...


Blotter, June 4, 2010

By Staff

False name alleged Charlene Edith Roan, 43, address unavailable, was arrested on suspicion of criminal impersonation Wednesday after providing different names and Social Security numbers to law enforcement. A Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


1st Street and grand

City: First and Grand ‘wedge’ not a park

By Emily Shockley

Two islands of grass and trees near the intersection of First Street and Grand Avenue were never officially declared parks, according to Grand Junction’s deputy city manager. Dozens of people gathered Wednesday afternoon at Colorado ...


Search called off for man missing in river

By Staff

Crews on Thursday indefinitely suspended the search for a resort worker who fell from a cable car into the Colorado River east of Glenwood Springs the previous day. A dozen people used probe poles, search dogs and boats in search efforts that ...


Walkoff home run lifts Iowa Western

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One out away from heading back to Iowa, Brent Seifert emphatically said ‘not yet.’ A two-run, walkoff home run to center field with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday lifted the Reivers past College of Southern ...


E-mail letters, June 4, 2010

By Staff

Scientific theories aren’t same as hypotheses I was pleased that in a recent letter about the petition to District 51 to not teach science in science classes, Kelly Sloan did not make the same exact mistake that the petition did: using ...


Mullarkey resigns from high court

By Charles Ashby

Chief Justice Mary M. Mullarkey resigned from the Colorado Supreme Court today effective Nov. 30. Mullarkey, 66, was appointed to the bench in 1987 by former Gov. Roy Romer. She was named chief justice in 1998 after then Chief Justice Anthony ...


Laughter helps sustain us, even through the perils of aging

By Henrietta Hay

Age does not eliminate the ability to laugh.  That’s one thing that keeps us going. Too many seniors think that they can’t laugh any more; there is no longer any reason to laugh. I think at least a trace of a sense of humor ...


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