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The right conduct on official misconduct

By Staff

There may be places where police officers act like jack-booted thugs — treating citizens with disrespect and condescension, at best. That is definitely not the case in Grand Junction. Police in this city are, in most cases, courteous ...


CDOT breaks boulder 10-26-9

Boulders tumble down cliffs

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Eric Thompson received an in-your-face lesson Monday on just how different negotiating big-city traffic is from winding through the high cliffs and curves of De Beque Canyon. Several boulders the size of sport-utility vehicles tumbled onto ...


Kids Voting: District E candidates

By Staff

Greg Mikolai and Rose Pugliese are the two candidates in the running for the District E District 51 School Board seat. Both grew up outside of the valley but have an interest in the local school system. Mikolai, a producer with Rocky ...


The right way to do a wilderness bill

By Staff

The modest wilderness bill introduced by 3rd District Congressman John Salazar has several things in its favor. First, it applies to areas in Salazar’s own congressional district. Unlike the over-reaching wilderness bill introduced by ...


Student of the Week: Michael Gebhard

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Michael Pahl Gebhard, Grand Junction High School GPA: 4.146 After-school activities: Marching band (drumline captain), academic team/knowledge bowl team captain. Favorite book: “Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison. Favorite show: ...


County won’t penalize Cactus Canyon club for its liquor violations

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Despite objections of the county sheriff, the Mesa County Commission unanimously chose not to impose any penalties on the Cactus Canyon nightclub for alleged violations of state liquor laws. The club, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop, was ...


This Week’s Local Bowling Highlights

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Local Highlights USBC-Y Youth Program Orchard Mesa Lanes Preps High scores—Alex Williamson 164, Alexis Grieger 140,  Jacob Fitzpatrick 143, Brennen Brown 134, Austin Daniels 110, Jayden Miller 170 (458), Taylor Fitzpatrick 152, ...


Death Notices, Oct. 27, 2009

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Jimmie Iacovetto, 96, Austin, died Oct. 25, 2009, at Hospice Care Center in Grand Junction. No services are planned at this time. Mr. Iacovetto was an engineer for the Rio Grande Railroad. Survivors include his wife, Doris; two sons, Daryl ...


Area births and marriages, through Oct. 19

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— Births Delta County Memorial Hospital: Francisco Cruz and Alejandara Moews, Delta, a daughter, Oct. 11. Ector and Amy Felix, Delta, a son, Oct. 13. Robert White and Rochelle Santimaw, Crawford, a daughter, Oct. 14. Lupe Adriana ...


Rep. Salazar still listed as supporter of public option

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., remained a listed supporter of the public option for health care on a Web site operated by Howard Dean, the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Salazar’s name appeared on the list of ...


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