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Portrait gallery: Patrick G. Metoyer

By Melinda Mawdsley

Patrick G. Metoyer’s route into the local art scene was different from most. Although he played around with various fabric art projects in his life, thanks to a seamstress mother who taught him to love fabrics, Metoyer, 69, only began ...

Transactions for week of Jan. 2 - 8, 2012

By Staff

ADDRESS-SOLD PRICE-DAYS ON MARKET-TYPE-SQUARE FOOTAGE CITY 540 Chuluota Ave. $50,000 22 Single Family 960 137 Santa Fe Drive $365,000 217 Single Family 2163 2533 Pinyon Ave. $155,000 72 Single Family 1496 2646 El Corona Drive $160,000  ...


Tough economy doesn’t stop Porter Homes

By Penny Stine

Circumstances, hard work and perhaps a bit of divine providence have led Nate Porter with Porter Homes down an interesting career path. He came to Grand Junction as a baseball player for Mesa State College, as Colorado Mesa University was ...

CHSAA tweaks prep FB playoffs

By Nick Walter

Beginning in the fall, Class 5A high school football teams who crack the 32-team playoff bracket will be seeded by a committee. The CHSAA football committee decided Thursday teams will continue to qualify for state based on wild-card points, ...

Entertainment briefs, Jan. 20-26

By Staff

Art & Jazz Festival applications available Applications for fine artists, artisans and demonstrating artists are being accepted for the 2012 Art & Jazz Festival set for May 11–13 in Grand Junction. Go to ...

Quick picks, Jan. 20

By Staff

Friday, Jan. 20 Got a goal The journey toward the 2012 London Olympics for the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team begins with play at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament in Canada. Eight teams will compete for two spots ...

Lines west, Jan. 20

By Staff

In the Deep and Narrow 1 The ravine sun rises and sets in an hour. 2 Ravine sky— a trail bleached white. 3 Imaginary Hercules, I hold the ravine apart. 4 Was that flick of shadow a bird? by James Van ...

Blotter, Jan. 20, 2012

By Staff

Delta man accused of arson A Delta man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly set two fires and damaged several businesses and government buildings in the city, according to the Delta Police Department. Fellipe Nriel Morfin, 37, is ...

Two Denver legislators want limits on donations to school-board candidates

By Charles Ashby

Two Denver lawmakers want to place campaign donation limits on school board candidates. Rep. Elizabeth McCann and Lois Court, both Democrats, say that even though school board members aren’t paid, too much money has been going into ...

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Defiant ex-DA gets 1 year in prison, probation

By Paul Shockley

MONTROSE—With his victims looking on in court Thursday, former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra apologized to the judge for his unkempt hair. Serra, 50, then launched a rambling denial of criminal wrongdoing against the three ...

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