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WC EDUCATION DOMIGUEZ V 082

GJ Forum seeks 500 tutors

By Emily Shockley

A community investment of time is the Grand Junction Forum’s answer to providing a world-class education to School District 51 students. The think tank of community leaders associated with the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce ...


Tipton campaign event tonight

By Staff

The Republican candidate for the 3rd Congressional District will conduct a town hall meeting this evening with voters. Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated voters “should all feel welcome to ask any questions about my campaign and ...


Council moves to ban pot retailers

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city council members have signaled their desire to do away with medical marijuana dispensaries. After taking public testimony about the dispensaries, council members decided on Aug. 18 that they — and not the voters ...


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‘Energetic’ GJ minister, businessman Mayes dies

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Percy Mayes was a fixture in the African-American community and ministry in Grand Junction. The 83-year-old pastor, who baptized, married and even gave business advice to more than a few black worshippers and friends during more than 50 years ...


Vallario critics team up in GarCo sheriff’s race

By Dennis Webb

The Democrat running for Garfield County sheriff says the man who narrowly lost the Republican primary will be his undersheriff if he’s elected. Tom Dalessandri says he has chosen Doug Winters for the job. Winters was defeated by ...


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Clifton man suspected in theft of marijuana

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing an estimated $120 worth of what was claimed to be medical marijuana. Thomas Jay Mundlin, 30, was booked Monday into Mesa County Jail on suspicion of felony second-degree burglary and ...


West Nile cases in county now total 6 this year

By Staff

Four more people have been diagnosed with West Nile virus in Mesa County, bringing the county total this year to six cases, according to the Mesa County Health Department. The one woman and five men who have contracted the virus are between ...


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Teen’s death investigated

By Paul Shockley

Investigators with the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department are working to determine how a teenage boy was fatally wounded Wednesday afternoon in front of a Clifton home. Initial police radio reports around 3:30 p.m. said a male caller, who ...


Blotter, Sept. 2, 2010

By Staff

School locked down The Opportunity Center, 1129 Colorado Ave., was locked down for nearly an hour Wednesday after a man was reported to be harassing students outside the building, Grand Junction Police Department Sgt. Derek Rosales ...


Briefs, Sept. 2, 2010

By Staff

Traffic delays expected at Black Canyon A pavement preservation project begins Sept. 9 on the South Rim of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. Some disruption of traffic and parking in the area will occur as part of this project. ...


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