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Banks suffering for others’ sins, association leader says

By Emily Shockley

Regulators are putting the kibosh on some bank loans, according to Colorado Bankers Association President and CEO Don Childears. At the same time, politicians and consumers are asking banks to grant more loans. Stuck in the middle, Childears ...


Debt consolidation often means bills pile higher, state official says

By Amy Hamilton

Contracting with a debt-consolidation service in Colorado may end up costing more than its worth, according to a report released last week by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Data collected from Colorado’s 42 registered ...


The city’s high cost of severance: Recruiting tool or waste of tax dollars?

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When Grand Junction Police Chief Bill Gardner resigned abruptly last month, he took with him pictures of rafting the Grand Canyon and other memorabilia, and assurances that he will receive three months’ pay, health insurance through the ...


Mesa football team rallies on road

By Staff

The Mesa State College football team might as well be called road warriors instead of Mavericks. Mesa State won its fourth consecutive road game Saturday, defeating Western State College 16-14 in a defensive slugfest at the Mountaineer Bowl ...


You Said It, Oct. 18, 2009

By Staff

I suppose if Scott McInnis becomes the next governor, Colorado will become the new state of McInnis. Unions are no longer necessary in this country. I’m speaking of the talk of King Soopers and Safeway workers going on strike. Why ...


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‘Man caves’ get popular as oases of guy stuff

By Melinda Mawdsley

Suzanne Overholt has a dream in which all her husband’s Denver Broncos paraphernalia goes in a room that has nothing to do with her home. To turn the dream into reality, Suzanne designed the family’s new garage with an upstairs ...


Way up in the willows: Walker wildlife area a haven for animals

By Staff

At first glance, it seems there’s nothing here but weeds and willows, yet nearly 200 species of birds, including bald eagles, great blue heron, songbirds, shorebirds, owls, pheasants and waterfowl can be viewed at our own Walter Walker ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 18, 2009

By Staff

Tom and Tara Suplizio are opening a veterinary clinic in Mesa at 10911 U.S. Highway 65, across from the Wagon Wheel Restaurant. The grand opening will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 23. Vaccinations will be 50 percent off, and free hot ...


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Bulldogs find another solid running back in WSC win

By Staff

If there’s one thing the Palisade High School football team has, it’s a stable of running backs. Coach John Arledge went a little deeper to the stable on Saturday. Ronald Kuntz, whose primary work at running back this season has ...


Domestic violence shelter serves region for 25 years

By Amy Hamilton

There are some roads a former Grand Junction teenager will never go down again. After being in an abusive relationship in high school, the girl, who is now a 26-year-old woman, sees the telltale signs of domestic violence. “Now that I ...


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