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Trooper says he was reprimanded for not spraying suspect with pepper spray

By Paul Shockley

Just weeks before the fatal shooting of Jason Kemp, Colorado State Patrol Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer said he was reprimanded by superiors for not spraying a drunken-driving suspect with pepper spray, according to testimony this ...


Health Briefs: April 17, 2012

By Staff

Ariel-run hot dog cart returns today Ariel Clinical Services will roll out its “Whaz Up Dawg!” hot dog cart for the first time this season from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. The cart will be in the east parking lot of the Habitat ...


Realtor news for April 15, 2012

By Staff

BRAY REAL ESTATE Bray Real Estate welcomes Ashley Kennedy to their team of broker associates serving the Grand Junction area.  Ashley is a graduate of Iowa State University and moved to Colorado in the summer of 2011 with her ...


Homes sold March 26 - April 1, 2012

By Staff

Address/Sold Price/Days on Market/Type/Square feet City 1426 Walnut Ave. $126,500 63 Single Family 1056 1949 24th St. $109,300 289 Single Family 1786 377 Skyler St. $149,000 46 Single Family 1492 2112 Sixth St. $235,000 44 Multi ...


Submarine being named for Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER – Landlocked Colorado is getting a new attack submarine named after the state. The USS Colorado is one of five being commissioned for states that have not have a ship named for them in nearly 50 years. Other states being honored ...


MOG Outdoor Festival at CMU, downtown GJ over 2 days

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you like the outdoors and adventure, you’ll like MOG Outdoor Fest, which in its ninth year offers film screenings and a bluegrass concert along with an outdoor gear sale and bike-and-gear swap. The two-day fest — Friday and ...


Entertainment Briefs, April 13

By Staff

Libraries teen art contest highlights remodel Mesa County Public Libraries will host an art contest for teens with the theme “Caution: Sharp Art Ahead.” Teens are encouraged to create art with markers and/or incorporate the idea ...


Honeybee festival all the buzz in Palisade

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Take time away from the honey-do list and take your honey to the Palisade International Honeybee Festival on Friday and Saturday, April 13–14, in Palisade. The fourth annual festival will start with a reception and show from 5–8 ...


Barbershop quartets featured at Avalon

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Four-part harmony will echo through the valley this week with two events celebrating barbershop harmony quartets. The Bookcliff Barbershop Harmony Chorus’ 2012 Spring Show titled “Give My Regards to Broadway,” will be ...


Triple Played: record store rewind

By Rock Cesario

Record Store Day 2012 is Saturday, April 21. It is a day to celebrate the existence of independent record stores and their patrons. On May 10, Triple Play Records will start its 25th year in business. We consider ourselves very fortunate to ...


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