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Officials see need for Health Department offices in Lower Valley

By Amy Hamilton

Fruita Mayor Ken Henry said he often has been asked why the Mesa County Health Department needs to duplicate services it offers in Grand Junction. If finding transportation was a problem for some folks, they should take the bus, Henry was ...


Haiti shoe drive draws many donors

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A shoe store’s drive for shoes for earthquake victims in Haiti has brought out souls as it has gathered soles. “I can’t tell you how many people have come in here in tears” bearing shoes, sandals and any other variety ...


Internal affairs process in line with state standards, report says

By Paul Shockley

An outside review of the Grand Junction Police Department’s internal affairs process found no “critical areas of concern” and suggests minor tweaks to how the agency investigates its own. Most of the proposed changes involve ...


Police internal affairs process passes outside review

By Paul Shockley

An outside review of the Grand Junction Police Department’s internal affairs process found no “critical areas of concern” and suggests minor tweaks to how the agency investigates its own. Aside from changes in workflow and ...


Conference encourages ‘Slow Money’

By Adele Israel

When I was at the Economics of Peace Conference a few weeks ago, there were a number of powerful presenters and I was introduced to several concepts that were new to me. Woody Tasch, author and venture capitalist, came to the conclusion that ...


Extension Connection: Winter is a good time to plan a garden

By Staff

If you grow a garden,  now is the time of year for seed catalogs to start showing up.  The diversity of seeds available for a garden has never been greater.  There are old and new hybrid vegetables and the interest in heirloom ...


Extension Connection: Avoid winter burn

By Staff

Winter weather can cause serious damage to plants in our landscapes. This is not so much from the cold but the result of dehydration.  Even during the winter trees and shrubs give off moisture through pores in their stems, leaves and ...


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Recap 2009: The Year of the Buyer

By Staff

According to the Chinese calendar, 2009 was the Year of the Ox. In local real estate history, 2009 may turn out to be the Year of the Buyer. With falling prices, an abundance of inventory, continued low interest rates, tax credits for buyers ...


Real News for Dec. 20, 2009

By Staff

United Title Company On Nov. 17, 2009 United Title Company held its first Casino Night fundraiser. We would like to thank the local businesses who donated prizes for the evening. We also extend gratitude to those lenders and Realtors who ...


Real News: Dec. 13, 2009

By Staff

Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty KW Cares, the philanthropic division of Keller Williams, at Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty helped Santa out this Christmas by donating much needed toys and gifts to the Western Slope Center for ...


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