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Blotter, Oct. 16, 2009

By Staff

Man sought on drug charges Justin Delousee Bohannon, 28, is being sought by authorities in Mesa County on an arrest warrant alleging contempt of court on drug charges, according to Mesa County Crime Stoppers. Bohannon is described as 5 feet 5 ...

Doctor: Thousands sick in Mesa County

By Staff

Thousands of county residents already have or had the swine flu, and if the 1918 pandemic is any guide to future events, the worst is likely yet to come, predicts Dr. Michael Aduddell, director of the Mesa County Health ...

County cuts spell changes in service

By Staff

We don’t envy the Mesa County commissioners — or any local government officials — as they struggle with declining revenue but little reduction in the demand for services. The county commissioners’ dilemma was apparent ...

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Havana native bishop-elect of Pueblo diocese

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The bishop-elect of the Catholic Diocese of Pueblo was born in Havana, Cuba, and while working for a bank in Florida promoted some of the first automatic-teller machines before joining the priesthood. The Rev. Fernando Isern, 51, will be ...


Brave GJ Rotarians grin and bare it for calendar fundraiser

By Melinda Mawdsley

In an effort to shake up the fundraising world, one local club asked more than a dozen of its members to take off their clothes. It worked. The Grand Junction Downtown Rotary Club has released its 2010-11 calendar entitled, “A Tribute ...

Death Notices, Oct. 16, 2009

By Staff

Mary Dial, 80, Grand Junction, died Oct. 12, 2009 in Reno, Nev. Visitation will be 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at Martin Mortuary Chapel. Services will be 1 p.m. Monday at Martin Mortuary Chapel, interment will follow at Grand Junction Memorial ...

In brief: Two Mavs receive RMAC swimming awards

By Staff

Mesa State freshmen David Baker and Kelly Hogan were selected as the RMAC men’s and women’s swimmers of the week. Baker placed in the top eight in three events in the men’s first-ever collegiate meet last weekend at Colorado ...

Upscale drug traffic in the DEA’s sights

By Staff

Drug raids in western Colorado typically fall into one of a handful of categories: A local methamphetamine lab is discovered and shut down. Regional distributors of pot, cocaine or meth are found and arrested. Some drug “mule” is ...

Democratic infighting brings smile to conservative observers

By Rick Wagner

These are the halcyon days for a conservative commentator, as each passing breeze brings to the writer more news of goofy bumbling and overreaching from the left. The topics are practically endless. It is more fun to watch than Joe Biden at a ...

‘Cats confident heading to state tennis tourney

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The Grand Junction High School tennis team dominated the regional tournament last weekend. The Tigers took first in every division, with each win coming in straight sets. With that performance, Grand Junction has its entire team competing in ...

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