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JOHNSON Robert

Accused teen not a student at Palisade High

By Emily Shockley

Robert Dell Johnson spent most of the past two years outside of the school he allegedly planned to attack before his arrest Monday, according to Palisade High School Principal Matt Diers. Johnson, 18, was arrested by the Mesa County ...


Homecoming week at Fruita high school full of costumes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Planning and implementing the activities for homecoming week is a lot of hard work — mixed with tons of fun for the Student Body Association of Fruita Monument High School. Senior Class President Caleigh Isaacks said the SBA has been ...


041009 NEMNICH jerry

Murder suspect expected to plead in early November

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A Longmont man accused of stabbing to death a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975 is expected to enter a plea next month. Jerry Nemnich, 64, appeared briefly in court Wednesday morning, when Public Defender Steve Colvin waived ...


Slow down, try one activity at a trime

By Sheri Fisher

“How was your weekend?” I asked as Beth walked in for our coaching session. I got a lot done and had a great weekend,” she answered. It sounds productive,” I said. “Tell me about it.” She ran through ...


Balancing time, activities and perfection

By Sheri Fisher

“So many doors are opening and I’m getting overwhelmed, ” Caroline said as we began our coaching session. “What doors are opening?” I asked. “ I’m spearheading our employee barbecue,” she said, ...


Balancing time, activities and perfection

By Sheri Fisher

“So many doors are opening and I’m getting overwhelmed, ” Caroline said as we began our coaching session. “What doors are opening?” I asked. “ I’m spearheading our employee barbecue,” she said, ...


Briefs: Health Sept. 29, 2009

By Staff

• Grant for cancer palliative care given Hospice and Palliative Care has been chosen as the recipient of a $40,000 grant to benefit its “Living with Cancer Program,” which provides support for cancer patients who are ...


Frisby finding his running stride

By Staff

In reality, Jan Frisby was just looking for a way to take a couple of inches off the midsection when he got back into running 10 years ago. Running has done more for Frisby than help him drop a few pounds. It’s earned him national ...


Kidney donation

By Amy Hamilton

Doctors, friends and strangers alike always do a double-take when Julie Kochevar tells them she is donating a kidney to her ex-mother-in-law. “Your ex-mother-in-law?” Kochevar says people exclaim. “I get that from ...


Private guards to provide courthouse security

By Staff

Almost everyone entering the Mesa County Justice Center passes through a metal detector under the watchful eyes of a Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputy. That will change soon. Monday, Sheriff Stan Hilkey asked the Mesa County ...


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