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District 51 nears parity with state for graduation

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 reversed a trend when it matched Colorado’s 3.6 percent dropout rate in 2009, according to data released Wednesday by the Colorado Department of Education. District 51’s dropout rate, which measures how many ...


Rite Aid gunman was suicidal, father told police

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The Grand Junction man suspected of pulling a gun on and assaulting a Rite Aid Pharmacy employee Tuesday purchased the weapon earlier that day and fired it outside his apartment minutes before he entered the pharmacy, according to an arrest ...


St. Mary’s exec Ladenburger to lead Denver facilities for Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth

By Amy Hamilton

Bob Ladenburger was the first chief executive officer of St. Mary’s Hospital from outside of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth health system. After 10 years with the system, Landenburger was tapped Tuesday to oversee operations at ...


Disputed Blagg juror not legally blind, eye doctor testifies in motions hearing

By Paul Shockley

A woman at the center of a fight over a possible retrial of convicted murderer Michael Blagg is not legally blind, a doctor testified Monday. Dr. Allen Grey, an ophthalmologist now caring for former Blagg juror Marilyn Charlesworth, testified ...


Quick start lifts Tigers past Moffat in first home game

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The Moffat County girls basketball team didn’t get much of a feeling out process. Tuesday night at Grand Junction High School, before they could barely break a sweat, the Bulldogs went from having their starters introduced to trailing ...


Sec. Salazar vows to close the public lands ‘candy store’

By Staff

Former Sen. Ken Salazar would have made a strong candidate for governor of Colorado, but his decision to continue as Secretary of the Interior is the more commendable choice. It may also prove to be the best choice for Colorado and other ...


Put the covers on downtown meters

By Staff

It’s tough to generate much enthusiasm for a hike down Main Street on a cold day in January. Even less appealing may be walking on the sidewalks of the western-most blocks of Main Street, fenced in by construction barricades and ...


Man told no jobs, pulls gun; Ride Aid suspect later arrested

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Grand Junction police arrested a man Tuesday evening on suspicion he walked into the Rite Aid Pharmacy near Mesa State College, pulled out a gun and assaulted an employee. The incident, which initially was reported as a robbery, occurred at ...


High School Basketball Results, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Boys Grand Junction 47, Moffat County 26 MOFFAT COUNTY Zach Raftopoulous 2 0-0 6, Bryan Ivy 3 0-1 6, Dylon Camilletti 0 1-2 1, Pablo Salcido 1 1-4 4, Jordon Wilson 3 1-1 7, Chet Harvey 1 0-0 2. Totals: 9 3-8 26. GRAND JUNCTION Tyler ...


Icy winter won’t slip easily from memory

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Every day Jim Freihage takes a shovel to the ice and snow that has formed a stubborn, pockmarked sheet on the city street outside his home. Despite the effort, the Grand Junction man admittedly has a long way to go to make the roadway smooth ...


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