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Journey of faith leads to Christ’s birth

By Rachel Sauer

Long before the silent, holy night, before wise men followed the star and angels sang hosanna, there was hope. “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be ...


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Christmas Eve ride with Santa

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Steele Rickenbach has been on the receiving end of some pretty cool Christmas gifts in his 11 years, including a go-kart and a four-wheeler. A seat behind Santa Claus on board a helicopter that swooped over the canyons and deserts of Mesa ...


Developer with ties to GJ wins new trial

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals has overturned the fraud conviction of a Greeley developer with ties to Grand Junction, finding that a Weld County judge should have granted a mistrial request. Mark J. Strodtman, 54, who was sentenced to 31 ...


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Storage unit filled with stuff of life greets family of 3

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When Grand Junction Lions Club member Steve Stewart asked Jacinda Koehler to meet him at Liberty Self-Storage on Saturday, she guessed she might be greeted by an empty storage unit — a gift in which she could begin storing new belongings ...


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A Christmas Story

By Rachel Sauer

Once upon the floor, on Christmas morning, Kid was frowning. The carpet was covered with bright, crumpled wrapping paper. There were bows here and bows there. There was curly ribbon that looked like candy. And there were toys! There were ...


Activists protest geothermal lease over sage grouse

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is preparing to auction leases for geothermal development on more than 8,300 acres of federal land in southeastern Gunnison County Feb. 9. amid concerns about the potential impact on the Gunnison sage ...


Police blotter, Dec. 25, 2011

By Staff

Man held on meth charge A Clifton man was arrested Friday after he allegedly was found in possession of methamphetamine, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Austin Jackson Walck, 35, 3215 F Road, No. 10, was jailed on suspicion ...


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Christmas quilt holds bittersweet memories

By Sherida Warner

One year ago today, Mary Buvia of Greenwood, Ind., put the final stitch in her Christmas quilt titled “The Loading Dock.” That day was a 14-hour marathon session, she says. Her rewards came quickly, as the large pictorial quilt of ...


You Said It, Dec. 25, 2011

By Staff

Merry Christmas, happiest of holidays and may you have a joyous and prosperous New Year, You Said It readers. In honor of the season, our gift to you is a column filled with gratitude and contentment. Thank you to the wonderful lady at ...


Death Notices, Dec. 25, 2011

By Staff

William B. “Bill” Thompson, 90, Grand Junction, died Dec. 22, 2011, at Larchwood Inns. No services are planned. Mr. Thompson was a retired cabinet shop owner and operater. Survivors include two sons, Daniel and David, both of ...


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