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Market more optimistic about near-term future, Grand Junction financial expert says

By Emily Shockley

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 10,000 points Wednesday for the first time in a year. That’s a positive sign, according to financial adviser Gary Nagy of investment firm Edward Jones, 225 N. Fifth St. “Usually the ...

Sculpture to honor Lincoln Park Pool donor

By Paul Shockley

Bill Moyer on Friday will be enshrined in the manner in which he lived: thinking of others. A 6-foot-tall bronze sculpture — a bit taller than the diminutive businessman really was — shows Moyer placing a life preserver over a ...

Pugliese for District E

By Staff

The only contested race for the School District 51 Board of Education pits two Palisade residents against each other to replace Ron Rowley, who is term limited. We believe both Greg Mikolai and Rose Femia Pugliese would serve the school ...

Dow hits 10,000 a decade later

By Staff

When the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 10,000 mark Wednesday, it regained the benchmark it first hit more than 10 years ago, in early 1999. But this time around, reaching the five-figure number produced more a sense of relief ...

Former cop pleads not guilty to misdemeanor assault

By Paul Shockley

A former Grand Junction Police Department officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. Courtney Crooks, 24, who appeared in court free on bond and represented by private attorney Martha Kent, is scheduled ...

Mesa soccer team faces tough road to regionals

By Allen Gemaehlich

An NCAA Division II regional playoff berth just got a little tougher. The Mesa State College women’s soccer team fell 2-0 to No. 23 Fort Lewis on Wednesday at Walker Field shortly after the Mavericks fell one spot in the NCAA Central ...

Police blotter: Oct. 14, 2009

By Staff

Forgery suspect arrested Bridgette Gale Wilder, 46, unknown address, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and possession of a forged instrument, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Several ...

Fish recovery project gets new leader

By Staff

The new leader of the Colorado River Fishery Project in Grand Junction has worked previously with private interests to preserve habitat. Michelle Shaughnessy most recently was the chief for the Branch of Recovery and Delisting in the U.S. ...

2nd shipment of vaccine for swine flu has arrived

By Staff

A second shipment of the H1N1 flu vaccine arrived Tuesday at the Mesa County Health Department. The shipment of 1,600 vaccines includes 900 of the flu mist and 700 injectable doses. The majority of the injectable doses are slated for area ...

Judge rejects lower bond in Palisade case

By Amy Hamilton

A judge denied a request Tuesday to lower a $100,000 bond for a Palisade teenager accused of plotting to attack Palisade High School. Mesa County Deputy District Attorney Jeremy Savage told District Judge Valerie Robison that Robert D. ...

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