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Sales tax up for liquor, down everywhere else

By Emily Shockley

The news that liquor stores were the only sector in Grand Junction that experienced a sales tax revenue boost in the first nine months of 2009 surprised Crossroads Wine & Spirits’ Jerry Sica. Sica said he’s heard complaints ...


Teen struck by car, killed in Delta

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A 16-year-old girl was killed after she was struck by a car in Delta on Sunday night, Delta police announced Tuesday. Police said Ariel Davis and another person were walking in the area of 1714 H Road just before 10 p.m. Sunday when Davis was ...


Nonprofit reaches youth with texts

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction nonprofit The Tree House wants to reach teens where they’re most likely to get the message — in their cell phone inboxes. The Tree House, 1505 Chipeta Ave., has launched a service that sends positive text messages ...


Lochmillers appear in court

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Charlotte Zangerle fumed as she left the federal courthouse Tuesday morning. “He smirked at me,” Zangerle said after the hearing for Philip Rand Lochmiller, 61, owner of failed Valley Investments. Lochmiller “looked at us ...


Police blotter: Dec. 23, 2009

By Staff

DUI driver pleads guilty A Montrose man accused of killing his 8-year-old son and injuring two others in a drunken-driving crash in April pleaded guilty in court Monday to charges in the case. Juan Jose Prieto-Gonzalez, 32, pleaded guilty to ...


Death notices: Dec. 23, 2009

By Staff

Gary Edward Anderson, 57, Delta, died Dec. 21, 2009, at his home. Services will be held at a later date. Survivors include two daughters, Julia Donohue of New Castle and Elissa Nye of Rifle; two sisters, Debbie Anderson and Joyce Anderson, ...


Mr. Bennet goes to Washington

By Staff

Frank Capra’s great film “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” is a fiction, a fantasy, or even a fairy tale. But like all great works of the imagination, at its heart lies a real truth. Capra’s 1939 film tells the story of a ...


Inversion fight needs citizen help

By Staff

There’s good news on the inversion front, at least for the next few days. The storm that arrived with snow late Tuesday is expected to continue through tonight. It should scour out the dirty air that has been lingering since shortly ...


Fruita on path for new rec trails

By Staff

The city of Fruita may have re-opened the decades-long debate over the proximity of recreational hiking and biking trails to irrigation canals in this valley through a parks master plan the City Council approved last week. Good for them. ...


Husband of deployed wife must convey feelings

By Staff

Dan’s wife has been deployed overseas with her Army Reserve unit since last summer, and he has been taking care of their three kids while working full time. So Dan and the kids are celebrating the holidays without Michelle, whose tour ...


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