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Death Notices: May 09, 2009

By Staff

•  Lawrence Victor Miller, 80, Grand Junction, died May 8, 2009, at his home. No services are planned at this time. Mr. Miller was a boiler mechanic for Coors Brewing. Survivors include his wife, Callie; one son, Dan of ...


Briefs: Local News May 10, 2009

By Staff

Container gardening workshop planned • A hands-on workshops on container gardening will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. May 15 and 16 at the CSU Extension Office at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. If you have a balcony, patio garden or other area ...


Briefs: Local Religion May 10, 2009

By Staff

Promise Keepers founder to meet with pastors May 21 • Coach Bill McCartney, president and founder of Promise Keepers, will meet with regional pastors from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 21 at River of Life Alliance Church, 701 24 1/2 ...


Transition coaches could help patients from hospital to home

By {screen_name}

Health care providers around the nation will be encouraged to work closely with patients leaving the hospital to keep them from having to be readmitted, much as Rocky Mountain Health Plans has been doing. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., said ...


Some out-of-state hunters shy away from hefty license fees for big game

By Dave Buchanan

As results of the 2009 big-game limited-license application process are tallied, one thing seems clear: Nonresident hunters are showing less interest. Officials from the Colorado Division of Wildlife told the Colorado Wildlife Commission on ...


April jobless rate down from March numbers

By Carrie Marfitano

Initial unemployment claims in Mesa County took a dip in April after hitting a recession-high 1,012 in March. “That’s a little bit of good news, the decrease between March and April,” said Gilbert Lujan, supervisor of the ...


Blotter: May 09, 2009

By Staff

Wrestler’s hearing set • James Conrardy, 18, was formally advised Friday morning in Denver County Court on a single felony count of unlawful sexual contact by force, a class-four felony. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for ...


Homeowners win fight over political signs

By Staff

The victors in a fight over the display of political signs in a homeowners-association-controlled neighborhood are claiming to have struck a blow for the First Amendment and free speech. The defeated is holding to his guns, saying the issue ...


U haul races 5-8-9

U-Haul sees 30–40% increase in business

By Dennis Webb

Bricklayer Jim Lane thought he had a 6 foot by 12 feet rental trailer lined up so he could leave Grand Junction’s slowing job market and head back to Denver. When that reservation fell through, Lane found himself scrambling to find a ...


Armed robber sought

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police were still looking Friday night for a man they suspect produced a firearm and demanded prescription drugs Friday morning at a Rite Aid store near the Mesa State College campus. Police said they believe the robbery ...


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