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City OKs moratorium on medical pot shops

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The city of Grand Junction will take a one-year timeout on licensing medical marijuana dispensaries to give city staff and state legislators time to craft regulations for the blooming industry. The City Council unanimously agreed Monday night ...

Fruita council OKs pot shops, but imposes restrictions

By Amy Hamilton

Medical marijuana dispensaries are allowed in Fruita but only in designated areas and under limited conditions, according to a majority vote by City Council members Tuesday night. However, relatively little space within the city limits is ...

Bus drivers’ union wants District 51 to back raises in pay by First Student

By Emily Shockley

School bus drivers want School District 51’s support as they continue to request higher wages and better benefits from First Student, the district’s bus-service subcontractor. The district pays First Student to pay its drivers, ...

Police Blotter, Nov. 18, 2009

By Staff

Suspicious man arrested Steven Eugene Bounds, 48, Clifton, was arrested Tuesday morning after some residents in the area of 29 Road and Bunting Avenue reported the man had been knocking on doors asking for gas money, according to the Mesa ...

Montrose’s offense will be key in playoff game against Heritage

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The Montrose High School football team takes a lot of pride in its offensive approach. The Indians might not be the biggest team in the state, but they aren’t afraid to run the ball at their opponents until they break. That was obvious ...


‘Dangerous’ YouTube video created in our backyard

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Who is Joshua Danger? Nobody knows for sure, but if his increasingly popular Internet music video is any indication, he’s a sweet-talking, fake-mustachioed Internet predator. A devil-in-disguise who lures innocent girls like Tammie ...

GarCo officials want tougher action against natural gas seep near Silt

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County is pressing for answers from the state over a consultant’s concerns about a natural gas seep in West Divide Creek south of Silt. Geoffrey Thyne, a geological consultant for the county, says the ...

Road danger lurks even for veteran officer

By Staff

Randy White has served as a Colorado State Patrol officer in this community for many years. He is respected by those who know him, and viewed as an experienced and very capable veteran officer. Despite that experience, however, and the ...

Area births and marriages, through Nov. 11

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Chris and Jamie Folnsbee, Grand Junction, a daughter, Nov. 1. Shane and Bridgette Girlinghouse, Grand Junction, a daughter, Nov. 2. Justin Hopkins and Holly Brown, Collbran, a daughter, Nov. ...

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Show removes wraps to spotlight area talent

By Sherida Warner

What a fascinating week I’ve just had watching a quilt show come together at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts in Grand Junction. “Quilts Unwrapped 2009” opened Friday and runs through 4 p.m. today at the Art Center, ...

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