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112211 Build a bike

Instructions for gift assembly too complicated? R-5 High can help

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bought a bike for the kid for Christmas? Afraid you’ll be one of those parents who thinks assembly is a 10-minute task, only to wish an entire, frustrating afternoon later that you had taken the time to read the instructions? Or, maybe ...


Council points to list of Kadrich successes

By Amy Hamilton

Even as current Grand Junction City Council members have asked City Manager Laurie Kadrich to resign, they point to a long list of accomplishments by her since she took charge in the summer of 2007. Those projects include: Completion of the ...


Briefs, Dec. 16, 2011

By Staff

Justman announces bid for commission Fruita resident John Justman officially announced his candidacy for Mesa County commissioner Thursday in front of the Old Mesa County Courthouse. Justman is one of seven people so far who have announced ...


City Manager Kadrich forced out

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction City Council members have asked City Manager Laurie Kadrich to step down, and she has agreed to resign. Kadrich, who served in the city’s top position for the past five years, has a different style of management than ...


121611 history column

More to Meeker Massacre than historical stereotypes

By Staff

Because the Meeker Massacre has always fascinated me, among my research projects has been the transcript of the testimony from the congressional hearings about that historic event. But none of what I have read in the past can hold a candle to ...


Police Blotter, Dec. 16, 2011

By Staff

Cigarette butt summons Grand Junction Police Department officer Adam Winch was traveling east in the 600 block of Pitkin Avenue on Tuesday when he videotaped the driver of a black Dodge coupe tossing something out of his window. The officer ...


Death Notices, Dec. 16, 2011

By Staff

Carole M. Bullick, 76, Grand Junction, died Dec. 14, 2011, at Mesa Manor. Memorial services are planned for a later date. Survivors include her husband, Nick of Grand Junction. Floyd Alan Moosberger, 53, Denver, died Nov. 25, 2011, in a ...


GJ Council asks city manager Kadrich to step down

By Amy Hamilton

Members of the Grand Junction City Council have asked City Manager Laurie Kadrich to resign. Kadrich, who has served in the city’s top position for the past five years, had a different style of management than current council members ...


121411 Hamilton mojo

R5 Bike Shop to build and hide bikes for Christmas

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mitch Hamilton and his students that run the R5 Bike Shop don’t need instructions to assemble a child’s bike. They already have the right wrenches, tire pumps and plenty of storage space to hide that precious gift until Christmas. ...


Email letters, Dec. 15, 2011

By Staff

Compromise regulations don’t go far enough With major oil and gas operations impending in both Mesa and Delta counties (“What new hydraulic fracturing rules might mean when announced”, Jim Spehar, Dec. 12, 2011), local ...


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