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Police Blotter, Sept. 6, 2011

By Staff

Cops seek help in burglary Police are seeking the public’s help to identify suspects who were involved in a burglary and theft from a residence in the 2900 block of North 14th Street on Aug. 12. A man who identified himself as ...


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Smoking-cessation center expands to larger office

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DC Stop Smoking Center will reopen in a new location Wednesday at 533 Bogart Lane, Unit E. The smoking-cessation business opened in June 2009 in a small office at 844 Grand Ave. Referrals from clients pumped up business over the last two ...


Death Notices, Sept. 6, 2011

By Staff

Charlotte E. (Gentry) Glenn, 93, died Sept. 4, 2011, at Family Health West in Fruita. Services will be at 3 p.m. today at Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include one son, Gary Gentry of Grand Junction; four grandchildren; and six ...


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Book pays tribute to hardy Piceance Creek pioneers

By Dennis Webb

It’s hard to believe these days, with almost-constant energy development traffic traveling up and down Piceance Creek in Rio Blanco County, but not so long ago the valley was an isolated ranching region largely cut off from the outside ...


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Couple hopes to nurture businesses of teaching Spanish, selling infant items

By Amy Hamilton

Starting a business in Mesa County or just about anywhere in the country two years ago in the throes of a recession was not a feat for the faint of heart. But for one Grand Junction couple, becoming their own bosses became preferable to ...


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High demand for baking soda drives company’s sales

By Dennis Webb

It fluffs up waffles, settles cattle’s stomachs and even was used to help spruce up the city of Dallas in preparation for this year’s Super Bowl. Baking soda being solution-mined by Natural Soda Inc. from naturally occurring ...


Emotions high over incursion of rodents

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Faced with incursions of small, furry rodents, Telluride has chosen to stay a dogged path in dealing with the creatures. Residents of the small, mountain town that is perhaps best known for its ski resort and music festivals noticed this ...


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Legendary Leonhart stepping down from coaching swimming

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For more than two decades, Dale Leonhart was synonymous with high school and club swimming in Grand Junction. The longtime Grand Junction Dolphins, District 51 boys and Grand Junction High School girls swim coach has resigned from his high ...


Statistics reveal work force that’s diverse as we honor laborers

By Charles Ashby

While the nation’s unemployment rate remains at 9.1 percent, there are more than 153 million Americans in the nation’s labor force. And the U.S. Census Bureau says that’s who we are celebrating as workers take the day off to ...


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Private sector music curriculum a hit with public school students

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Grand Junction-based music- tutoring program Sera Schools has expanded to the Front Range and will enter the Montrose market later this month. Sera Schools co-founder Brita Ford-Fay, who runs the business with her husband, John, employs music ...


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