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Local Briefs, Oct. 6, 2009

By Staff

Western Slope residents win Vegas trip Collbran’s Melody Gulman and Clifton’s Elaine Baker were two of four Coloradans to win trips to Las Vegas as part of the Colorado Lottery. Each won a trip for two to Las Vegas Nov. ...


Death Notices, Oct. 6, 2009

By Staff

Broadcaster and writer Melvyn Bragg is 70. Actress Britt Ekland is 67. Singer Millie Small is 63. The president of Sinn Fein, Gerry Adams, is 61. Singer-musician Thomas McClary is 60. CBS chief executive officer Les Moonves is 60. Rock singer ...


County Commission gives new church an $82,670 break

By Staff

A church, moving from within the city of Grand Junction to 33 acres in unincorporated Mesa County, is the first to successfully challenge Mesa County’s transportation impact fee since the fee was established in 2005, according to Ken ...


Stine’s Lines: Being a dance show fan is a lonely affair

By Staff

Much to my family’s dismay, there are now two dancing reality shows on TV this season. Or is that two reality dancing shows? If you ask my politically incorrect 17-year old, they’re simply mom’s gay dancing shows and I watch ...


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Middle East war veterans endure invisible injuries

By Melinda Mawdsley

Realizing he could die at any time changed Konrad Schlarbaum forever. The Central High School graduate was deployed with the U.S. Army south of Baghdad from August 2006 until November 2007 as part of the war in Iraq. What the former ...


Economic conditions don’t justify official lies

By Staff

“You can’t handle the truth!” Jack Nicholson’s Marine colonel character famously shouted in the film, “A Few Good Men.” Unfortunately, it appears some of this country’s top economic officials believed ...


Legislators should oppose budget-strangling initiatives

By Bill Grant

Our state legislators, Sen. Josh Penry and Reps. Laura Bradford and Steve King, should distance themselves from the three petitions currently circulating for signatures. Designed to defund state government to the point it could not function to ...


McInnis, Penry weigh in on how to govern

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Gov. Bill Ritter cut $320 million from the Colorado budget and must cut $280 million more. Two of the most strident critics of the governor — former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis and Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry, both Republicans who ...


Transit service could fall under city’s budget ax

By Staff

After raising the possibility last month of having Grand Valley Transit provide service past 7 p.m., the Grand Valley’s public transportation provider is now looking at the possibility of curtailing services. City of Grand Junction ...


Fruita’s Grider battles back to post good round at state

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s Ethan Grider began the Class 5A state golf tournament on Monday at Saddle Rock Golf Course in Aurora with a nightmare hole. Grider’s first shot went into the hazard, and after it was all said and done, he ended ...


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