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Mayor softens threats against airport

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Mayor Tom Kenyon is backing down on threats to impose sanctions against the Grand Junction Regional Airport if changes in management and policy aren’t made. The demands, outlined in a letter drafted at the end of December ...


Warriors play well to edge Cortez

By Matt Meyer

Todd Dixon likes to preach solid defensive technique to his young Central High School girls basketball squad. That’s why it was such a pleasant surprise to him when the Warriors (3-9) squeezed out a 54-48 victory Friday night against ...


For The Record, Jan. 14, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Terry and Celena Slade, Grand Junction, a daughter, Dec. 28. Kyle and Tana Bath, Fruita, a son, Jan. 2 Joshua Atencio and Ashley Jones, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 3. Blair and Teira Bigelow, Grand ...


Real beauty is molecular-level deep

By Staff

I’ve known my wife ever since I met her. Even as a teenager she was a visionary woman, seeing a future in me long before I ever did. Poor thing! Visions are such ephemeral things. Not at all like carbon.  From soot to diamonds, ...


Religion Briefs, Jan. 14, 2012

By Staff

Right to Life group to have annual vigil The Mesa County Right to Life’s annual Candle Light Vigil will begin at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 19, outside the Mesa County Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave. The event is a time of prayer for the rights of ...


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4-foot plane helps deputies ‘see’ from air

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Already equipped with an unmanned helicopter, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department this week added to its aerial toolbox an unmanned fixed-wing airplane to help assess wildfires, search for missing people and use for other investigatory ...


Death Notices, Jan. 14, 2012

By Staff

Joyce A. Eielson, 60, Palisade, died Jan. 11, 2012, at her home. No services are planned. Mrs. Eielson was a baker. Survivors include her husband, Dan; one son, Richard Shawn Oxford of Portland, Ore.; one daughter, Summer Star Haeske of ...


Local Briefs, Jan. 14, 2012

By Staff

Fruita chamber elects executive board The Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce has elected its 2012 executive board. Members are president, John Burwell Jr., Peterson Plumbing and Heating; vice president, Tom Oliver, Alpine Bank, Fruita Branch; ...


Progress made on Denver Water dispute

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The Grand Valley water agencies that are key to the proposed resolution of long-standing disputes with Denver Water are patiently awaiting the outcome of negotiations, a Grand Junction water attorney said. Officials with the various agencies ...


Glenwood says no to 30-year energy contract

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Hannah Juul is just 11. But on Thursday night, she was thinking far ahead, to her middle-age years. That’s because of a 30-year contract the Glenwood Springs City Council was considering for wholesale ...


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