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Police in Montrose seek missing man, 82

By Staff

Montrose authorities are looking for an 82-year-old man who disappeared after a neighbor saw him leave his home late on the night of Oct. 20. Police Chief Tom Chinn said investigators have no idea where Thomas Boylan Sr. might have gone and ...


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Gun report rattles school at end of day

By Paul Shockley

A report of a man possibly armed with a handgun near an elementary school sent the facility into a lockdown and delayed students returning home for a couple hours Thursday. A passerby near Pomona Elementary School, 588 25 1/2 Road, called ...


Halloween costume shops wary of flu viruses

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Last-minute Halloween costume shoppers beware: If you find and try on that Michael Myers mask, you may be buying it, even if you decide you like the Bart Simpson one better. In light of the spread of the seasonal and swine flu viruses, Grand ...


Death Notices, Oct. 30, 2009

By Staff

Bernadean Butler Beeson, 79, Delta, died Oct. 28, 2009, at Willow Tree Care Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Grand Junction Memorial Gardens. Memorials to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado. Wayne Marion ...


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Proposal caps public retirees’ living cost raise

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Retirees from the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association would see cost-of-living increases capped, and new employees would have to work longer before they retire, under an association proposal. The state, school districts and other ...


Surviving layoffs has its downside

By Emily Shockley

Peggy Penberthy’s brother-in-law finds it hard to walk the halls at his company these days. “It’s difficult to walk past empty offices,” he told her. Penberthy, a representative of the Mountain States Employers ...


Pushing for playoffs: Palisade tops Rifle, holds out hope for postseason berth

By Staff

When Plan A isn’t working, go with Plan B. For years, Palisade High School football has been synonymous with a powerful ground game. This year’s Bulldog team has had to venture away from that at times. Thursday was a case in ...


Blotter, Oct. 30, 2009

By Staff

DUI checkpoints up today The Colorado State Patrol said sobriety checkpoints will be operating today in Mesa County. The locations of the checkpoints are expected to move throughout the day. Drugs alleged in arrest Chelsea Linnebur, 18, and ...


Threat suspect’s bond stays at $100K

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa County District Court Judge Valerie Robison on Thursday denied a bond reduction for an 18-year-old man accused of making threats against Palisade High School. Michelle Devlin, an attorney for Robert Dell Johnson, argued there was no ...


Briefs, Oct. 30, 2009

By Staff

Harvest Fest for children Saturday Mesa State College Future Business Leaders of America Phi Beta Lambda will host a Harvest Fest for children from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the new classroom building, 1400 Houston Ave. The event includes ...


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