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Americans for Prosperity rallies its troops

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Votes by U.S. Rep. John Salazar. D-Colo., on health care and the stimulus bill will get plenty of attention in the coming weeks from a squad of Grand Valley activists backed up by advertising critical of Salazar’s record. Americans for ...


McConnell wins Palin endorsement in U.S. House race

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Bob McConnell, the Steamboat Springs man bidding for a chance to run against Democrat incumbent John Salazar in the 3rd Congressional District, has garnered the endorsement of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. McConnell is running against Scott ...


Police Blotter, July 20, 2010

By Staff

Auto theft suspect jailed Aaron Shon Raifsnyder was arrested Saturday on five outstanding warrants in Garfield County with a total bond amount of $73,250, according to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department. Raifsnyder, 28, was ...


Weatherization grants benefit seven counties

By Staff

Housing Resources of Western Colorado has been awarded $2.8 million in grants to provide free weatherization services to more than 400 homeowners in seven Western Slope counties. The weatherization program can include any of the following ...


Voters receiving primary ballots in mail

By Staff

Voters can begin having their say this week on several primary battles. The Mesa County Clerk’s Office mailed 52,453 mail-in ballots Monday to registered voters. On those ballots are Republican primaries for the state Legislature and ...


Idaho fugitive charged with murder

By Paul Shockley

An Idaho fugitive arrested earlier this month in Grand Junction was ordered held without bond Monday after his alleged victim’s death. Idaho authorities on Friday obtained an arrest warrant for first-degree murder for 30-year-old Thomas ...


Death Notices, July 20, 2010

By Staff

Eleanor M. Bower, 88, Hotchkiss, died July 18, 2010, at Larchwood Inns. Services are 2 p.m. Wednesday at Appleton Christian Church. Ms. Bower was a waitress. Survivors include three sons, Ronald Ward of Grand Junction, Gary Ward of Fruita ...


City Council keeps ‘options open’ on fall marijuana vote

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Grand Junction City Council members unanimously approved a resolution Monday that will hold a place on the Nov. 2 ballot for a potential medical marijuana question. Council members decided at a noon workshop Monday to add the resolution to ...


Smashburger closes its 12th Street store in Grand Junction

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Sometime this winter near the holidays, a new food operation will open where the 12th Street Smashburger was closed on Sunday. “We have another concept that will work well,” franchise owner Jim Cagle said on Monday. “Another ...


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Dream meets reality: Mantlo, Cook write youth book on obstacles athletes face

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Teachers Mickey Mantlo and Darren Cook have seen a lot of children come and go through the doors at East Middle School. They have seen them stumble and fall, rise and succeed. Through several conversations on numerous bicycle rides, Mantlo ...


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