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Bank retiree to run for House District 54 seat

By Charles Ashby

A Democrat plans to throw her hat into the race for House District 54. Grand Junction resident Claudette Konola has filed her paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office. Though she plans to hold a press conference later this month ...


Montrose man, 86, dies from burns in house fire

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An elderly Montrose man who was severely burned in a fire at his home Sunday died early Monday morning, authorities said. Montrose County Coroner Thomas Canfield said 86-year-old Richard Swyhart died in a burn unit at the University of ...


GJ shoe store owner’s business style earns him national honor

By Ann Wright

Winston Churchill liked shoes with zippers for their convenience, according to biographer John Keegan (“Winston Churchill: A Life”). Style was optional for the British prime minister. Bruce Benge likes shoes with comfort for ...


Student of the Week: Hannah Tredway, PHS senior

By Staff

Name: Hannah Tredway School: Palisade High School GPA: 4.3 After-school activities: Tutoring, softball. Favorite book: “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen. Favorite TV show: “Grey’s Anatomy.” Favorite Web ...


Police Blotter, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Sexual assault reported   Grand Junction police are investigating an alleged sexual assault. Police received a report Sunday that a known male sexually assaulted a woman in the northeast part of the city. No arrests have been made, ...


Death Notices, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Former Grand Junction resident Mary Jane Crow, 89, died Jan. 10, 2010, in Littleton. Survivors include one son, Roger Crow of Prineville, Ore.; and three daughters, Donna Crow of Littleton and Jeanne Sant and Joyce Monger, both of Grand ...


Consider future when making urgent decisions

By Staff

“I ran into my ex-boyfriend, Samuel,” Marla said in a matter-of-fact tone. “How did that feel?” I asked. “It reminded me of how much fun we had,” she said. “I broke up with him four months ago ...


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 optometrist now caring for former Blagg juror Marilyn Charlesworth, testified he ...


Printed letters, Jan. 11, 2010

By Staff

I just listened to a report on TV about a dangerous product. A mother left a live electrical connection dangling on the floor next to her baby. The baby put the cable in her mouth and was severely burned and shocked. The dangerous product was ...


Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2010

By Staff

Parking downtown is better than most places Parking has always been a hot topic downtown. But the reality is that there has been a net gain in on-the-street parking spaces downtown in the past few years, without even taking into account the ...


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