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Ballot measure opponents question signatures

By Staff

Opponents of two measures that have been approved for the 2010 ballot are looking to see if the people backing them violated signature-gathering requirements. Critics of the two citizens’ initiatives — one would lower property ...


Loma woman’s medication suggestion will go national

By Amy Hamilton

A Loma woman’s idea to save the government millions of dollars a year should someday become commonplace. Nancy Fichtner, 55, won a contest for her plan to save money at Grand Junction’s Veterans Affairs Medical Center by allowing ...


Police blotter: Dec. 11, 2009

By Staff

Sex predator info released Juan Vallejo, a 52-year-old sexually violent predator, will be staying at the Grand Junction Rescue Mission, 550 South Ave., authorities said Thursday. Vallejo would meet his victims, offer them a ride in his ...


Oil and Gas Association gets new director

By Staff

Public lands consultant and Mesa State College graduate David Ludlam will serve as the new executive director of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association’s Western Slope Chapter, the organization said today. Ludlam replaces Kathy Hall, a ...


Attorney pleads not guilty to meth dealing

By Paul Shockley

A Palisade bankruptcy attorney accused of dealing methamphetamine out of his home and office pleaded not guilty Thursday to all charges. James Zink, 54, appeared free on bond before District Judge Valerie Robison and was represented by ...


Irish pub going into old St. Regis

By Emily Shockley

The historic St. Regis Hotel building has been home to several restaurants in recent years, from a high-class eatery to a cajun joint. None have lasted long. Eric Wilmot and Vanessa Funches hope to buck that trend with Naggy McGee’s ...


1920s Garmesa was Quaker Oats ranching experiment

By Kathy Jordan

A casual traveler coming upon the cement foundations, sunken silos and large cement box-like structures in the desert about 15 miles north of Fruita on 16 Road might stop and wonder what had gone on there. Could this be the remnants of a ...


Powderhorn opens Saturday with 27-inch base

By Dave Buchanan

When Powderhorn Resort cranks up the lifts Saturday morning, skiers and riders can credit the early opening to a fast-moving storm that dumped more than 3 feet of snow on the resort. That means up to 80 percent of the resort will be open, ...


DA: Woman shot nine times was killed in self-defense

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Thursday that he will not file criminal charges in the November shooting death of a Pear Park woman, saying she was shot nine times in self-defense. Crystal Nash, 42, was killed around 2:20 a.m. on Nov. ...


Death notices: Dec. 11, 2009

By Staff

Andrea Esperanza Gomez and Veronica Milagros Gomez, twin baby girls from Delta, died Dec. 3, 2009, at University of Colorado Hospital. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Delta. Survivors include their ...


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