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Tea party seeks Meis’ resignation

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The president of a local tea party organization has asked Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis to resign in connection with a report that Meis raised his elected position to try to avoid a ticket he received this past summer. In an e-mail sent ...

East Portal Road closed for winter

By Staff

Icy conditions from the latest round of winter storms have moved the Bureau of Reclamation to close the East Portal Road for the winter. The road, reached from the South Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, provides access ...

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Anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address a reminder of substance

By Rachel Sauer

The man who preceded the president that day spoke for two hours, a speech of 13,607 words. He gave a noble speech, as befit a man who earned the title “orator,” recounting then-recent history, mourning the dead, encouraging the ...

Grand Junction football game Friday at 6 p.m.

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School Football Team will host Regis Jesuit in playoff football this Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 at 6 pm. Admission will be $6 for students and $8 for adults. Only CHSAA passes will be accepted. The Tigers knocked off ...

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Student of the Week: FMHS senior Meghan Swanson

By Staff

GPA: 4.0 After-school activities: Working part-time and youth group. Favorite book: The Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld. Favorite TV show: “That 70’s Show.” Favorite band or musician: Paramore. Parents: Russ and Lara ...

Smart kidnapping trial moving into 3rd week

By Duffy Hayes

SALT LAKE CITY — Opening week testimony in the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping case painted her alleged abductor as a smart, calculating man who used religion as a ruse to manipulate others and justify his actions — including kidnapping ...

GJ unveils public safety proposal tonight

By Amy Hamilton

Attention Grand Junction residents: You’ll be paying for it, so you might as well have a say in it. City officials will have an open house at 6:30 tonight at city hall about new public safety facilities. An hour earlier, at 5:30 p.m., ...

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It seems like science fiction, but tiny chopper ready to help law officers

By Paul Shockley

Ben Miller learned that federal control over airspace apparently extends underground. Acting on a report in the 2007 disappearance of Grand Junction mother Paige Birgfeld, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department earlier this year briefly ...

Alert Palisade man’s discovery kicks off frenzy

By Dennis Webb

Gould Construction worker Jesse Steele has been putting in long and tiring days, living in Palisade and commuting to and from his job site in Snowmass Village. But it hasn’t been hard to muster up the energy to go to work in recent ...

Richardson leads clash of views on Arizona law

By Charles Ashby

PHOENIX — With all of the Republican gains in state legislatures and governor’s offices across the nation as a result of this month’s elections, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is fearful more states will approve strict new ...

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