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Blotter, Dec. 6, 2009

By Staff

Fruita woman arrested Brandy Lee Hepp, 28, 1383 16 Road,  Fruita, was arrested Friday on suspicion of burglary. She also was named in a misdemeanor warrant, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Clifton woman ...

You Sait It, Dec. 6, 2009

By Staff

Thank you to the young man who made a U-turn and stopped on south U.S. 50 Highway to help me change a flat tire at 7 at night. I was alone and my jack was not working. When I asked him, he said he was raised in Grand Junction and worked at ...

Online contact with girl leads to arrest

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 33-year-old Grand Junction man is suspected of soliciting a child for prostitution. The girl agreed to work with investigators after she contacted police because of disturbing online messages she received. Matthew Dwaine Joslin, 33, 527 29 ...

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Habitat for Humanity will raffle home in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — How many homeowners can say they bought a house for a $100? That lively story is sure to follow on Dec. 31 after a three-bedroom home in central Montrose is raffled off by Habitat for Humanity of Montrose County. The house ...


‘Toyland’ makes parade watchers joyful

By Melinda Mawdsley

The combination of candy and toys was enough to leave any child, and even some adults,  joyful Saturday during the annual Parade of Lights. The theme this year was “Toyland,” which gave the nearly 100 entries in this ...


Buy a home, take a trip

By Emily Shockley

Local real estate agents and sellers are coming up with some unique ways to sell homes. Ray Rickard, a real estate developer and a Realtor with RE/MAX 4000, said he wanted to garner more interest in six homes he developed in the Woodridge ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 6, 2009

By Staff

Hooters opens Monday at 2880 North Ave. The restaurant offers chicken wings, seafood, salads, sandwiches, burgers, appetizers and desserts, plus waitresses in skimpy white and orange outfits. Grand Junction will be the seventh Colorado city ...

Fetes of clay, Hawaiian quilts top exhibits

By Sherida Warner

If you hunger for a taste of Hawaii, here’s a way to satisfy your appetite — and you don’t have to travel far for a seat at the table. An extensive and rare collection of Hawaiian quilts is showing through Jan. 28 at the ...

Your Town, Dec. 6, 2009

By Staff

My wardrobe has abruptly changed from lightweight tops and shorts to numerous layers and lined jackets, thanks to the plummeting mercury in the thermometer. But what really warms me is seeing how a community comes together to help others, ...


Ex-addicts share stories of decline, recovery

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Danyielle Cummings and Bill Umberger share little in common. Cummings, 27, was born and raised in the Grand Valley. She earned good grades in high school and loves to play golf. Umberger, 39, was born in Grand Junction but spent most of his ...

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