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Some modest ideas to help attract cars to parking garage

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Oftentimes, parking structures are built in places that people want to go. The rudimentary analysis goes like this: There’s something that attracts people in large and consistent number, enough so that it’s difficult to park ...


‘The Kennedy Detail’ is a story that demands to be told

By Bob Silbernagel

For more than 40 years, Jerry Blaine and his colleagues adhered to a strict code of silence. They didn’t talk about the most devastating event in their lives — one of the most terrible in this nation’s history. They ...


Weather service issues wind advisory

By Amy Hamilton

High winds that ripped through the Grand Valley on Saturday will return this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction. A strong-wind advisory is in effect from noon to 9 p.m. Gusts are expected to be calmer than ...


Judge’s leave a mystery as review hearing nears

By Dennis Webb

The public will get a chance Wednesday to offer comments about a Garfield County judge who has been on indefinite leave since May 4. However, people still aren’t being provided official information on the circumstances that led to Judge ...


You Said It, May 23, 2010

By Staff

Special thanks to the management, staff and a very special customer named Maria at Wendy’s on North Avenue. They cared for a confused and disoriented customer. His family was notified by the staff and he was transported in his car to the ...


Police Blotter, May 23, 2010

By Staff

Woman suspected of prescription forgery A Palisade woman was arrested Friday on suspicion of attempting to falsify a prescription to obtain medication at Walgreens in Clifton, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Sanna ...


Court upholds conviction of former teacher

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected an appeal from a convicted former Mesa County school teacher, saying a local judge had no reason to remove himself from a criminal case involving the teacher. Tammie Lee Reed, 45, had argued ...


Meet a mustang in training today

By Amy Hamilton

Jim Rogers of Rangely has trained a lot of horses in the past three decades, but his latest job is a labor of love. About three months ago, Rogers received the compact 4-year-old bay gelding mustang and named him Smokin’ Joe. The wild ...


SUN CEN CO NAT MON BICYCLIS

Cyclists, drivers entering Colorado National Monument from the east have uphill battle

By Amy Hamilton

Who would believe that a four-mile stretch of road could create such a stir? It’s hardly news that cyclists and motorists often spar over sharing the road anywhere. But the brief, hilly burst from the east entrance of Colorado National ...


Gray Gourmet, May 23, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Monterey chicken, rice pilaf, peas and onions, apricots. Tuesday — Stuffed bell peppers with sauce, Italian vegetables, pineapple/orange fluff. Wednesday — Baked ham with pineapple glaze, au gratin potatoes, tossed ...


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