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Here’s to 2010 and remembering to live and to love

By Penny Stine

This year has taught me not to make resolutions about weight loss, spare time or self-improvement, not that I was ever a big fan of any kind of New Year’s resolution. In the past, I’ve always been too distracted by Christmas to ...


Penry still a force to be reckoned with

By Staff

Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry’s announcement late last week that he will not seek re-election to his Senate post was not quite as surprising as his announcement of a few months ago, when he dropped out of the race for ...


Dads in jail advised to focus on their kids

By Amy Hamilton

Jason Reyes, 28, knows the importance of communicating with his 5-year-old son. He writes him stories and includes pictures in an ongoing saga. When they talk on the phone, Reyes asks his son open-ended questions about how he’s ...


Garfield eyes tighter traffic enforcement

By Staff

The new year ushered in a new approach to traffic enforcement in Garfield County, raising hopes of increased attention being given to energy-industry vehicles. Just how much those hopes will be fulfilled remains unclear. The Garfield County ...


Training facility behind schedule

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A plan for Mesa County and Mesa State College to jointly develop safety training facilities on 32 Road has stalled, as the college is slowly working its way through an environmental assessment of federal land it hopes to acquire. The delay ...


Police Blotter, Jan. 4, 2009

By Staff

Drunken woman injured The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said a woman was treated for unspecified injuries at St. Mary’s Hospital after she jumped from a moving vehicle Saturday night in the area of 29 1/2 Road and the ...


Death Notices, Jan. 4, 2009

By Staff

Carolyn Ruxton Fox, 75, Grand Junction, died Dec. 31, 2009, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mrs. Fox was an administrative assistant in the publishing industry. Survivors include one son, Greg ...


Hunting area disclosure rule implemented for property buyers

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Complaints from residents about gunshots along local rivers and in other traditional hunting areas have prompted the Mesa County Commission to take steps to advise property owners what to expect in their new surroundings. Commissioners ...


Outrage online over suspect in dog’s death

By Paul Shockley

Thousands of people have signed off on an online petition seeking a harsh punishment for a Fruita man accused of dragging a dog to death last week on Colorado National Monument. The petition, “Demand Justice For Buddy,” appears on ...


Student of the Week, Jan. 4, 2010

By Staff

Name: Alyssa Cheyenne Workman-Keenan School: Central High School GPA: 3.942 After-school activities: Soccer. Favorite book: “A Walk to Remember” by Nicholas Sparks. Favorite TV shows: “Rita Rocks” or “How I ...


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