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CMU to add marching band

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster and music department head Calvin Hofer announced today that the school will add marching band for the 2012-13 school year. The band will stand and play on the football field in the fall, but ...


Oldest City Market in GJ to close March 24

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The oldest City Market in the Grand Valley will close March 24 because it was unable to turn a sufficient profit, supermarket officials confirmed this afternoon. City Market officials notified the 50 or so employees of the store at 1909 N. ...


Kadrich, former GJ city manager, nabs interim Fort Collins job

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s former city manager, Laurie Kadrich, has landed a job working for the city of Fort Collins. Kadrich has been hired as the interim director of community development and neighborhood services, according to Mark Jackson, ...


Calendar: Feb. 3-9

By Staff

FRIDAY, FEB. 3 Las Americas Piano Trio featuring: Carlos Elias, violin; Andrea Arese-Elias, piano; and Cameron Law, cello; 7:30 p.m., Recital Hall, Moss Performing Arts Center, Colorado Mesa University, 1231 N. 12th St., $10 adults, $8 ...


Email letters, Jan. 31, 2012

By Staff

Bradford’s actions suggests she might not be fit to serve A recent incident involving District 55 Rep. Laura Bradford highlights the difficulty many people have facing up to personal responsibility. On Jan 25, Rep. Bradford was stopped ...


Two GOP presidential candidates plan Front Range stops

By The AP

FORT COLLINS – Two Republican presidential candidates who have given up on the Florida primary vote are hitting Colorado in hopes of a strong showing in next week’s caucuses. Ron Paul and Rick Santorum planned campaign stops in ...


DNA leads to arrest in 10-year-old rape case

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A man already in jail has been charged with kidnapping and sexual assault on a child in a 10-year-old case. Colorado Springs police charged 37-year-old Gerardo Garcia Cruz, who was being held at the Terry Harris ...


Boulder man accused of raiding deli for food

By The AP

BOULDER — A 27-year-old Boulder man is facing burglary charges after police found him inside a store, where they discovered someone sampled eight tubs of prepared food and damaged other deli delights. Police accused Anthony Tornowski of ...


Police seek robber armed with machete

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police are looking for a man who robbed a pizza parlor with a machete. Police say the man demanded cash and swung the machete at an employee as he left the store on Monday afternoon. Authorities said ...


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Family delivered, dealt cocaine in GJ area, authorities allege

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A Grand Junction family of four has been arrested in connection with what a prosecutor said was a large cocaine-distribution ring that regularly brought more than 2 pounds of the drug into the area. Federico Lerma, 41, his wife, 40-year-old ...


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