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Death Notices, Feb. 12, 2011

By Staff

John Walter DeYoung, 80, Grand Junction, died Feb. 8, 2011, at his home. No services are planned. Mr. DeYoung was a farmer. Survivors include one son, John; four daughters, Louise Matheson of Ray, Utah, Linda Kraus of Roosevelt, Utah, ...

Blotter, Feb. 12, 2011

By Staff

Cops probe racial incident Police are seeking information about a fight between several men that occurred Thursday at 1560 North Ave. According to the Grand Junction Police Department, a man said he walked out of the business, and two men ...

Briefs, Feb. 12, 2011

By Staff

Philanthropy fundraiser today in Fruita “Share the Love,” a fundraiser for Strong Families Safe Kids, will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Hot Tomato, 124 N. Mulberry in Fruita. East Middle School students are undertaking a ...

For The Record, Feb. 12, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Logan Clayton and Amanda Lovato, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 16. Phillip and Keri Mills, Parachute, a daughter Jan. 17. Wacey R. and Alexandra M. Clarke, Whitewater, a son, Jan. 18. Paul Metsker and ...

Secretary won’t return $4 million surplus to state

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Former Secretary of State Bernie Buescher ran his office more efficiently than his successor, Scott Gessler, if he can’t do without $4 million in surplus funds, Senate Majority Leader John Morse said Friday. That’s ...

Monument’s park status topic of meeting

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A first step in upgrading Colorado National Monument to a national park will take place this month when Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., hosts a listening session in Grand Junction. Udall, who last year broached the idea of a new designation for the ...


President retires from City Market; 40 years with firm

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After 40 years with the company and 10 years at its helm, Phyllis Norris is stepping down as president of City Market. The Grand Junction native begins her retirement today and plans to travel with friends, build a cabin in Gunnison and ...

District 51 gleans ideas to combat poverty

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Instruction in School District 51’s highest-poverty schools is likely to change after a trip 12 local administrators took earlier this month to the National Title I Conference in Tampa, Fla. Principals and assistant principals from ...

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Briefs: OA Art on the Corner March 13, 2009

By Dan Bennett

SCULPTURE: “Extreme Remnant” is in the 400 block of Main Street on the south side, in front of Summit Canyon Mountaineering. ARTIST: Thad Tuin of Grand Junction. DESCRIPTION: The re-fabricated sandblasted and powder-coated ...

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Foreclosure: Understanding the process

By Penny Stine

Foreclosures are the 800-pound gorillas in the real estate market, putting downward pressure on prices and creating a surplus housing inventory that adds uncertainty to economic recovery. Some states have a judicial foreclosure system, where ...

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