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Trick-or-treat ... Halloween never boring at any age

By Steve Beauregard

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, right behind “Punch a Prairie Dog in the Face Day” on April 12, which, admittedly, is not widely celebrated, despite my and my fellow committee members’ diligent efforts. What I love ...


Winefest may get some competition

By Dave Buchanan

Just past its 18th anniversary, Colorado Mountain Winefest is facing some decisions. As with most teenagers, decisions made today will affect life for years to come. While the good news is the four-day event remains the state’s largest ...

Team will use Moab festival to shoot for pumpkin-shot record

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Chris Ransier decided to become a certified land surveyor, the Grand Junction man never thought his job would involve world records. On Friday and Saturday, however, Ransier will measure attempts to break the world record for the ...

Winter passes through, causing problems

By Staff

An winterlike storm continued to threaten the area this morning after plowing into town with snow and frigid temperatures that caused power outages and snarled traffic. Snowfall of 0.8 inch Tuesday night broke the Grand Junction record for ...

Historic mystery clouds B&B decision

By Staff

The unanimous decision of the Grand Junction Planning Commission to approve a bed and breakfast within the Seventh Street Historic District is hardly astonishing. Given the development rules under which the commission presumed to be operating, ...


Mesa seniors determined to go out winners

By Allen Gemaehlich

They’ve been through a lot in their four years at Mesa State and they’ll take a lot from their experience. Mesa State College seniors Kira Brannan, Kaitlin Bennett, Brenna Rice, Jami Simpson and Sherilyn Stoffel have been through ...

Ritter holds $37.4M in revenue for emergency

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter will hold back $37.4 million in distributions of severance tax grant funds to communities impacted by energy development in case he needs the money to help balance the state budget. That amount includes $25 million that ...

Majority of members of city council say they would accept less

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Confronted with a budget that has been deflated by the city’s biggest revenue drop in 25 years, all regular full-time and part-time Grand Junction city employees will take a 3 percent pay cut next year. The salary reduction, which will ...

Death Notices, Oct. 29, 2009

By Staff

Donald L. Drake, 71,  Grand Junction, died Oct. 27, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Snell-McLean Funeral Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at General Assembly Church of the First Born in Grand ...

State grand jury indicts local fraud suspect

By Paul Shockley

A man arrested earlier this year in Mesa County is accused of being part of a national check fraud ring that defrauded businesses in at least 10 western Colorado cities, including Grand Junction, according to a state grand jury ...

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