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Hotchkiss woman offered Delta administrator job

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Robbie LeValley, a Hotchkiss resident who has worked in Delta county for 23 years, said she will announce next week whether she’ll accept an offer to become the county administrator. LeValley, area livestock and range extension agent ...


Roaring Fork taps education leader to manage schools

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Roaring Fork School District Re-1 School Board members are expected to approve an interim superintendent contract next week for Diana Sirko. Board members picked Sirko as the lone finalist for the interim position for the 2012-13 school year ...


Secular conference comes to GJ this weekend

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Grand Junction will be secularist central on Saturday, when nonreligious people gather for a conference at Colorado Mesa University. The inaugural Colorado Secular Conference will include speakers from the American Civil Liberties Union, the ...


Nurses can provide anesthesia in surgery, court says

By Charles Ashby

In the case between rural nurses and city doctors, the nurses won — again. That happened Thursday when a three-judge panel of the Colorado Court of Appeals unanimously upheld a lower court decision last year saying that nurse ...


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Heat wilts green thumbs

By Rachel Sauer

It’s dry. This is nothing new on the edge of a great desert, with its million shades of red and brown, but this summer is different. This summer is a drought, one predicted to last beyond this year. The ground in places is cracked. ...


James Holmes

12 killed, 59 wounded in Colorado theater shooting

By The Associated Press

AURORA — As the new Batman movie played on the screen, a gunman dressed in black and wearing a helmet, body armor and a gas mask stepped through a side door. At first he was just a silhouette, taken by some in the audience for a stunt ...


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Go-to pitch makes ‘em split

By Patti Arnold

The splitter is back in Matt Carasiti’s repertoire. And the return of the split-finger fastball has given the Grand Junction Rockies’ sixth-round draft pick all the confidence he needed. “In college I wasn’t allowed ...


Todd Helton

Helton coming to Suplizio

By Patti Arnold

Patrick Johnson knows he’ll have to surrender his No. 17 jersey the next couple of days. “That’s the word around the locker room,” the Grand Junction Rockies pitcher said Thursday after it was confirmed that Todd ...


Jamie Dunn resigns as Fruita softball coach, takes assistant coaching job at Colorado Christian

By Nick Walter

It happened fast for Jamie Dunn. In fact, she called it a “whirlwind.” Just more than a week after applying for the assistant softball coaching position at Colorado Christian University, she was on campus for an interview. The ...


GJ pair win state marbles titles

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Jonathan Blair and Katie Carozza claimed championships at the Colorado State Invitational Marbles Tournament on Saturday in Gunnison. Blair, 13, won the boys division, ages 7 to 13, by posting a 20-2 record in his ...


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