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Police policy violations found, report says

By Paul Shockley

During the last four months of 2009, the Grand Junction Police Department found policy violations in four cases involving either citizen complaints or internal investigations, according to department records. A report provided to The Daily ...


Jan. 18, E-mail letters

By Staff

Money going to Haiti should have gone earlier It is commendable that the United States, and other countries, including the United Nations, can mobilize their resources so quickly and at great expense to rescue and rehabilitate the unfortunate ...


Brawl in Massachusetts

By Staff

Here’s what’s at stake in today’s special Massachusetts election to fill the U.S. Senate seat held by Ted Kennedy for so many years — at least according to some observers. ✔ “It’s whether we’re ...


Ballot measures would cost city, Grand Junction official says

By Emily Shockley

Passage of the three measures that have been approved for the Nov. 2 ballot in Colorado could cost the city of Grand Junction more than 10 percent of its budget next year, according to preliminary estimates from the city’s financial ...


Portraits immortalize community figures, challenge artists

By Melinda Mawdsley

First impressions are sometimes inaccurate, as Mary Ellen Andrews learned. The artist of nearly 30 years recently completed a portrait of Palisade’s Melinda Eastham for the show “Art for Change: Traditional and non-Traditional ...


GarCo board concerned about gas drilling near contaminated spring

By Staff

Garfield County commissioners may ask for a hearing before the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission if the agency’s staff approves a proposed drilling permit near the site of the Prather cabin spring contamination. Commissioners ...


County says woman’s firing legal

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Mesa County commissioners are rejecting a former county employee’s claims that the county discriminated against her and fired her because of her race and age. Commissioners said any actions taken against the employee were lawful and ...


Death Notices, Jan. 19, 2010

By Staff

Joseph Herbert “Herb” Johns, 76, Grand Junction, died Jan. 14, 2010, at his home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at First United Methodist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Lynette Maynard of Canon City, Rene Myers ...


A pause; more work eyed on Mesa State construction projects

By Emily Shockley

Years of construction on the Mesa State College campus are about to come to an end. But that doesn’t mean the college is out of project ideas. In the past four years the college has opened new two residence halls and a classroom ...


Hunter bags lion that may have mauled dog

By Paul Shockley

A Lake City hunter on Friday shot a young mountain lion believed to have mauled a family dog last week on the outskirts of the small town. The licensed hunter, Jim Higgins, said he took aim Friday afternoon after stumbling across the lion as ...


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