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Suspect, 18, charged with threat

By Paul Shockley

During a span of 11 days in September, an 18-year-old man allegedly tried to obtain explosives in an unspecified threat against Palisade High School, according to charging documents filed Thursday. Robert D. Johnson, who School District 51 ...


Death Notices, Oct. 9, 2009

By Staff

Richard Lee Cooper, 62, Grand Junction, died Oct. 3, 2009, at Grand Junction Regional Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Regional Center’s Spruce Dormitory. He is survived by a brother, Nathan. Mark E. Lawton, 55, ...


Immigration conference at college begins today

By Emily Shockley

Students from across North America will gather at Mesa State College today and Saturday for the 2009 Four Corners Conference: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Immigration. Mesa State Spanish professor Tom Acker created the conference, which ...


Blotter, Oct. 9, 2009

By Staff

Fight leads to arrest Grand Junction police arrested Abel Antonio Pollock, 32, 317 W. Ouray Ave., Wednesday on suspicion of fighting at 1125 Bellford. Police arrested Pollock on suspicion of second-degree assault with intent, third-degree ...


Professor: 2010 election to be costly

By {screen_name}

A year from the 2010 general election, it’s clear that candidates must have hundreds of thousands of dollars on hand to hold a spot in the races for governor and the U.S. Senate. “The stakes are extraordinarily high” for ...


Foreclosure rate more than triples in Mesa County

By Staff

The number of completed foreclosures in Mesa County more than tripled in September of this year compared to September 2008, according to a report released Thursday by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Mesa County had 12 completed ...


A tragic death for former officer

By Staff

The apparent suicide of former Grand Junction police officer Glenn Coyne Tuesday is a tragedy on many levels. Most importantly, he leaves behind a wife and two young children. We can only guess at the pain they are suffering and will continue ...


A cross to bear

By Staff

Does a cross erected on federal lands in California during the 1930s to honor those killed in World War I and the “dead from all wars” amount to a governmental endorsement of Christianity?  That’s the question before the ...


Swine flu vaccine available today to Mesa County residents

By {screen_name}

Mesa County will administer several hundred doses of H1N1 flu vaccine for free today after receiving its first shipment on Thursday. The county received 1,400 swine flu vaccine doses, 800 of which will go to area hospitals to administer to ...


Secular group’s billboard aimed at governments’ pre-meeting prayers

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More than a year after the Grand Junction City Council adopted a policy it thought would squelch a controversy over prayer at the beginning of its meetings, a national foundation is making it clear its concerns haven’t subsided. The ...


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