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There are no insignificant numbers when the grocery bill’s tallied

By Gary McCallister

Why is it that when you ask someone the time, they always tell you the time to the minute? People used to just round things off to the nearest five minutes, or even the quarter hour.  Is that minute really significant? Numbers can be ...

District confusion puts Scott in limbo

By Charles Ashby

State Rep. Ray Scott may not be qualified to run in either of the two new House districts in the county. That’s because there’s some question about when he moved out of the newly drawn House District 54, which he currently ...

Religion Briefs, Jan. 28, 2012

By Staff

Valentine dinner and show on Feb. 11 Covenant Presbyterian Church will present its annual Valentine dinner and show for both singles and couples, featuring Randy Fosburgh as Frank Sinatra, on Feb. 11, at the church, 237 32 Road. A wine and ...


Solar to save $50,000 a year

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Mesa Developmental Services is turning to the sun and some federal tax incentives to power three-quarters of its buildings in the Grand Valley, saving some $50,000 a year. Eleven group homes, the company’s headquarters at 950 Grand ...

For The Record, Jan. 28, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Timmy Satterfield and Chauntreal Moye, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 8. Amanda Fink, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 11. Kyle and Tiffany Marie Paddock, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 11. Timm and Carolyn ...

Junction man demands change in prayer policy for city, county groups

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Attorneys who helped craft invocation policies for Grand Junction and Mesa County voiced doubts Friday about the weight of a North Carolina decision that rejected a similar policy. Bill Hugenberg, a Grand Junction resident, wrote Thursday to ...

Briefs, Jan. 28, 2012

By Staff

Candidate for Congress visiting today State Rep. Sal Pace, the Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, will be in Grand Junction today to talk about jobs and the economy. Pace will be at 202 N. Seventh St. from 3 to 4 ...

County planners OK gravel pit

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In a hearing that drew spirited testimony, the Mesa County Planning Commission voted 4–3 Thursday night to recommend a zoning change to clear the way for a gravel pit across the street from an elementary school in Clifton. Planning ...

D51 loses 161 students

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Mesa County Valley School District 51 lost 161 kindergarten through 12th-grade students in fall 2011 compared to fall 2010, according to data released Friday by the Colorado Department of Education. The district counted 21,294 students this ...


Chamber awards a surprise for some, honor for all

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Mary Gonzales didn’t know whether to feel mad or elated when she first learned she had been named the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s citizen of the year. But she certainly felt surprised. Gonzales was named citizen of ...

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