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A step in the right direction: GJ Soccer Club players try to make Olympic Development team

By Staff

Many are called, few are chosen. In reality, few players for the Grand Junction Soccer Club even get selected to play on one of the state’s prestigious Olympic Development Programs. “It’s rare for any soccer player from ...


Mesa County allows group homes to house 2 more residents each

By Staff

A residential group home that houses sexually abusive youth between the ages of 12 and 18 will be allowed to increase the number of people living together in the home by two. The Mesa County Commission voted unanimously Monday in favor of the ...


Stine’s Lines:Home invasion ruins plans for weekend fun

By Staff

My house has recently been occupied by a horde of hungry and hostile invaders. No, it’s not my son and his friends; although they’re often hungry, they’re rarely hostile to the woman who likes to feed them. No, my home has ...


Salvos fired in swine flu battle

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That cough, general achiness and discomfort — it’s just about certain that it’s H1N1 swine flu, authorities say. If you’re an adult with no other health problems and haven’t received a vaccination for the ...


In Brief: Seven Mavs make academic team

By Staff

College Soccer Seven Mavs make academic team Mesa State men’s soccer players Josh Tinaglia, Alex Mattevi and Jake Jobe made the All-RMAC Academic first team. Tinaglia has a 3.70 grade-point average in sports management, Mattevi has a ...


City again delays vote on historic district zoning

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For the second time in a month, the Grand Junction City Council has delayed a decision that could have major implications on how land is used in the future in the historic district on Seventh Street. After nearly two hours of testimony and ...


Police Blotter, Oct. 20, 2009

By Staff

Delta police get new rides The Delta Police Department has introduced three newly designed patrol cars. Each black-and-white vehicle features innovative lighting systems and other new technology. A news release from the Police Department ...


City should sever this bad precedent

By Staff

It’s not surprising that top administrators at the city of Grand Junction — or any other local government entity, for that matter — have severance-pay clauses in their contracts that provide them with additional money if they ...


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Welfare fraud suspected

By Amy Hamilton

A Mesa County Department of Human Services employee whose husband grossed more than $104,000 last year has been charged with stealing welfare benefits of more than $18,000 from the agency she worked for. Angela Kim Rodriguez, 31, 872 Sabil ...


In Brief: Mesa kicker earns RMAC award

By Staff

College Football Mesa kicker earns RMAC award Mesa State College kicker Michael Sweeney is the RMAC special teams player of the week. The redshirt freshman from Grand Junction kicked a game-winning field goal Saturday with 1:40 remaining to ...


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