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New valley ministry revs up, helps fallen motorcyclists

By Staff

Revving, winding and navigating the highways and byways of Mesa County is a joy to many motorcycle enthusiasts, until the rider meets the road. Riders who have accidents often have needs beyond what insurance covers. To help meet those needs ...


Blotter: March 30, 2009

By Staff

Assault by boy suspected • A juvenile boy is suspected of illegally attempting to enter a residence in the northeast part of the city Saturday. The juvenile also is suspected of assaulting two people, including a peace ...


Cops shelve Street Crimes Unit, for now

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department temporarily has scrapped a small team of officers tasked with busting street-level drug dealing as the agency copes with the loss of personnel elsewhere. The department’s Street Crimes Unit — ...


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Class of 1939 plans summer reunion in Grandd Junction

By Melinda Mawdsley

Alice Else doesn’t think she or her classmates are special or extraordinary. Others might disagree. It has been 70 years since Else and 215 of her classmates graduated from Grand Junction High School. And plans are underway for a summer ...


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Grant will let Latimer House expand services to its clients

By Amy Hamilton

Victims of domestic violence will soon have one more tool to break free from abuse, thanks to a recent grant from Mesa County. Hilltop’s Latimer House, a safehouse for domestic violence victims, has received a $49,000 grant that will ...


Scope of new rules on federal land unclear

By Dennis Webb

When the state Legislature approved new oil and gas rules last week, a plan to implement them on private lands Wednesday became a sure thing. That’s anything but the case when it comes to the state’s plans to put the rules in ...


District may resort to four-day week

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School District 51 officials are looking at a range of changes intended to shore up the budget if the state cuts contributions to districts next school year. One of the possibilities is a four-day school week, district officials said. Before ...


Grand Junction serves up a win against Demons

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls tennis team had a dominant performance Saturday against Durango, not losing a single set in a 7-0 Southwestern League dual victory. The Tigers’ doubles teams were impressive, with the No. 2 team of ...


Former KidzPlex gymnast thriving at Southern Utah

By Patrick Bahr

Lindsey Schultz is reaping the benefits of someone who has fought through adversity and remained patient. Schultz, a Fruita Monument High School graduate, is one of the top gymnasts at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah. A junior, ...


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GJ remains undefeated in spite of subpar play

By Patrick Bahr

For the Grand Junction High School baseball team, it was a game with too many walks, missed opportunities and overall shaky play. However, it was a win. Grand Junction (8-0, 2-0 SWL) overcame an early 2-0 deficit Saturday to defeat ...


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