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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 ...


DEA raids doctors’ offices

By Staff

Offices and other property of a Montrose doctor with several clinics around the Western Slope, including one in Grand Junction, were raided by Drug Enforcement Administration officials Wednesday. Agents took patients’ medical files from ...


Legislation would aid cleanup of abandoned mines

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Good Samaritans will be allowed to clean up Colorado’s abandoned mines without some federal liability under legislation introduced by Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo. S. 1777 would free good Samaritans from exposure to penalties under the Clean ...


Nisley closed today; many students out because of illness

By Emily Shockley

Nisley Elementary School will be closed today and will reopen Monday because of a 35 percent to 40 percent absenteeism rate among the school’s students this week. School District 51 and the Mesa County Health Department decided to close ...


Briefs, Oct. 15, 2009

By Staff

REI gives $5K to monument for program Colorado National Monument received $5,000 from Recreational Equipment, Inc. to be used to give local youth the opportunity to camp on the monument. The “Gearing Kids Up For the Great ...


Mavericks ready for the next test

By Allen Gemaehlich

Shortly after the Mesa State College volleyball team knocked off 18th-ranked Metro State last weekend in Denver, the joyful Mavericks turned their focus to fifth-ranked Nebraska-Kearney. “We’re so ready for Kearney,” senior ...


Doctor has been sued for Medicare fraud

By Staff

A Montrose doctor whose offices and home Wednesday were raided by agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has a history of being sued for Medicare billing fraud. Dr. Sam Jahani, 48, runs health-care clinics in Grand Junction and ...


Hooters slated to open Nov. 16

By Emily Shockley

Beach-themed and buxom-staffed restaurant Hooters is scheduled to open Nov. 16 at its new Grand Junction location on North Avenue. The franchise will begin taking job applications Monday. The store will hire at least 50 servers, plus hosts, ...


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