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Shelter outgrows its building

By Amy Hamilton

Every night and morning, guests replay a familiar game to jockey for space at the Homeward Bound homeless shelter. Because there aren’t enough bunks to house everyone, mattresses and bedding are pulled out for people to spread out on ...


Home-food business bills find favor in first hearings

By Charles Ashby

Committees in the Colorado House and Senate on Thursday simultaneously heard two bills introduced by local lawmakers designed to help Coloradans create their own home-food businesses. While the House Economic & Business Development ...

Briefs, Jan. 27, 2012

By Staff

Radio host to lead discussion at meeting The Colorado head of the conservative Americans for Prosperity will outline plans for the 2012 election before the Western Slope Conservative Alliance during the organization’s February ...


‘Fotografer’ Frank Dean preserved images of early Grand Junction life

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When Frank Dean opened his photography shop at the corner of Fifth Street and Rood Avenue in 1900, the sign on his building read “Fotografer Dean.” Soon after his doors opened, Dean had a visit from a farmer who was there to ...

Buffalo Wild Wings to open near mall

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Buffalo Wild Wings will open in the former home of Smuggler’s Brewpub & Grille, 2412 U.S. Highway 6&50, in late spring or early summer. The national restaurant chain is known for boneless, Buffalo and New York-style wings with ...

Death Notices, Jan. 27, 2012

By Staff

■ Clyde Thomas Dimm, 53, Clifton, died Jan. 17, 2012, at his home. Services have already been held. Survivors include his father, Stanley Dukes of El Paso, Texas; and two brothers, Stanley of El Paso, and Steven of Odessa, ...

No energy industry backing for the word ‘fracking’

By The AP

NEW YORK — A different kind of F-word is stirring a linguistic and political debate as controversial as what it defines. The word is “fracking” — as in hydraulic fracturing, a technique long used by the oil and gas ...

Bomb Squad to detonate device at landfill

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The Grand Junction Bomb Squad this afternoon will detonate what is likely a homemade incendiary device at the Mesa County Landfill. Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras said a person walking on the Old Spanish Trail near ...

Health Briefs, Jan. 31, 2012

By Staff

Marillac Clinic cupcake fundraiser Marillac Clinic is taking orders for Gifts from the Heart, a second annual cupcake benefit for the clinic. People can buy a package of four gourmet cupcakes for $15 by phone at 298-6313 or through the ...

Email letters, Jan. 26, 2012

By Staff

Planning Commission should listen to the people So the Mesa County Regional Transportation Planning Office has already spent last spring $950,000 for property and plans to build a new bus terminal for Greyhound on 24 ½ Road. Who ...

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