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‘Tis the season to de-stress

By Sheri Fisher

“I love the holidays, but this year I feel really stressed,” Diana said as we started our coaching session. Diana came to life coaching to help herself get in shape. During our time together we had created a vision of what she ...


Health Briefs, Dec. 15, 2009

By Staff

Mental health group sponsors classes The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Colorado and its Western Slope office are sponsoring a free, 12-week course for families with adults living with mental illness. Classes start Jan. 26. For ...


Funding woes plague Marillac Clinic

By Amy Hamilton

A bust in the local economy in the 1980s created a need for affordable health care for working class families. From that need, Marillac Clinic was created in 1988. Marillac is a nonprofit clinic providing health services to low-income ...


Poll shows McInnis leads Ritter in race

By Staff

A new Rasmussen Reports poll Monday showed former Republican congressman Scott McInnis leading Gov. Bill Ritter 48 percent to 40 percent to be Colorado’s next governor. A telephone survey of 500 likely voters conducted Thursday showed ...


Death Notices, Dec. 15, 2009

By Staff

LaVern Allen Hubbard, 84, Grand Junction, died Dec. 8, 2009, in Aurora. Services will be held in the spring. Mr. Hubbard was a retired maintenance worker for the U.S. Postal Service. Survivors include one son, Gary of Highlands Ranch; two ...


Suspect in shootings could face 5 counts of attempted murder

By Amy Hamilton

A Fruitvale man who allegedly shot and injured five people during a party early Sunday may be charged with five counts of attempted murder, according to Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger. Joshua Gregory Anton, 20, who lives at ...


Gas company gets permits for Battlement Mesa well pads

By Staff

Battlement Mesa natural gas operations dating back almost two decades now have the proper land-use permitting after Garfield County commissioners on Monday rectified an oversight by energy companies and the county. Commissioners voted 3-0 to ...


Grand Junction City Council delays transportation fee increase again

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction City Council members will delay increasing a transportation impact fee for a second year. The city asks commercial and industrial developers to pay Transportation Capacity Payments to help pay for traffic impacts brought on by ...


Sports in Brief: Dominguez is player of the week

By Staff

Michael Dominguez sealed Mesa State’s eighth consecutive victory Sunday by hitting four free throws in the final 47 seconds. Monday, the senior guard from Santa Fe, N.M., was selected the RMAC West Division player of the week. Dominguez ...


ROMANOFF 12-14

‘Pro-Romanoff’ crowd greets candidate

By Staff

Andrew Romanoff isn’t Michael Bennet. While that may be why some Colorado Democrats are supporting the former House speaker as their party’s nominee for U.S. Senate, a handful in Grand Junction who came to see Romanoff speak here ...


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