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Palisade student recognized for reporting alleged threat

By Paul Shockley

While it took time for him to come forward, Calvin O’Banion did just that. And possibly averted tragedy in the process, authorities said Thursday. “I’ve been here four years, and I don’t want to see anybody get shot ...


Teen talked about Columbine style assault

By Paul Shockley

A student accused of plotting against Palisade High School admitted to investigators he had talked to others “about blowing up the school and going out in a blaze of glory like Columbine High School,” according to an arrest ...


Even with vehicle fees, more money needed for roads

By Staff

Coloradans have a conservatively estimated $500 million per year unfunded liability on public bridges, highways, interchanges and tunnels. While that’s a staggering sum in any single year, the cumulative effect year after year undermines ...


‘South Park’ co-written ‘Cannibal’ comes to the Avalon Theatre

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although the concept of cannibalism and music may not appear to go together, such is not the case in Grand Junction. “Cannibal The Musical” takes the Avalon Theatre stage, 645 Main St., at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, and Saturday, ...


Prairie dogs may be key to energy independence

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Forget oil shale. Natural gas? Blow it off. Uranium? A mere flash in the pan. Hydropower? Who needs it?  We can start tearing down the dams and free the too-long-harnessed power of water. What, you ask is the modest proposal that could ...


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Legends of music world among those with new CD releases

By Rock Cesario

There seems to be no end to the new music that is being released this year. Apparently some people are still buying CDs because they are still releasing a lot of them right now. Some of the following information was taken from Ambush, the ...


In Brief: Squibb to finish school year as Fruita athletic director

By Staff

Denny Squibb has taken over as athletic director at Fruita Monument High School for the remainder of the school year. Last month, Squibb replaced Pat Noland on an interim basis when Noland took a personal leave. Noland has resigned as ...


Sporting goods store looking at Mesa Mall

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Cabela’s, the sporting-goods chain store based in the Midwest, is looking at Mesa Mall in Grand Junction as a potential new site, sources familiar with negotiations said. The former location of Mervyn’s, which has been closed now ...


Blotter, Oct. 17, 2009

By Staff

Man accused of threats Dennis Eugene Stover, 42, transient, was arrested Thursday on allegations he attempted to rob two juveniles who were driving a truck in an alley near First Street and Grand Avenue, Grand Junction police said. Stover ...


Crowd welcomes monument of Moyer, donator of Grand Junction pool

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The way Jacquie Chappell-Reid sees it, communities across the country are homogenizing, losing their identities and the things that set them apart from one another through a blur of shopping malls and big boulevards. That’s what makes ...


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