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Country Jam, ‘Bobby’ feud topic of Loma town meetings

By Paul Shockley

The subject of a pending federal lawsuit, the feud between country music festivals will be the focus of town meetings over the next two weeks in Loma. Joe Coleman, an attorney representing Country Jam who has criticized plans for ...


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New stores fill mall vacancies

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New tenants are beginning to fill some of the Mesa Mall spaces vacated by retailers at the end of last year and beginning of this year. Da-avy’s Fashion Boutique opened within the past two weeks in the mall’s Food Court next to ...


County, ex-employee continue legal battle

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A battle between Mesa County and a former Clerk and Recorder’s Office employee over unemployment benefits is headed to the Colorado Court of Appeals after the employee won two previous judgments against the county. County officials ...


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Palisade pushes for new library branch

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Palisade town leaders are making their pitch to the Mesa County Public Library District to relocate the Palisade branch to a larger space in the town’s slowly developing civic center, claiming the library can save money now by building ...


Getting It Right, Feb. 28, 2011

By Staff

A story on page 1A Sunday about use of force by police should have said crisis-intervention training classes have been offered in the past in 40-hour blocks to Grand Valley law enforcement officers.  ...


Blotter,  Feb. 28, 2011

By Staff

Pair sought in check fraud Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for the public’s help to identify two people who used fake checks to steal items from a local sporting goods retailer. Grand Junction police say an unknown man and ...


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County official heading off to War College

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Tom Fisher has used his skills in the military to help rebuild Iraq’s infrastructure. Now, he has the opportunity to use that experience to benefit Mesa County. The regional services director for the county and Army National Guard ...


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Monument strives for safety

By Amy Hamilton

It’s not something that officials like to broadcast for fear of reopening the floodgates, but Colorado National Monument has experienced some victories during the past year and a half in combating the amount of crime, vandalism and ...


Rifle girls earn No. 2 seed for 3A postseason

By Patrick Bahr

The Rifle High School girls basketball team is one of two undefeated teams in Class 3A, and the Bears were rewarded with the No. 2 seed in the 3A playoffs. The Bears, who won the regular-season Western Slope League title and the district ...


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A great relationship: Mavericks’ Kelsey Sigl, Hanna Bowden share learning connection

By Patti Arnold

All the new players on the Mesa State College women’s basketball team were getting to know each other in the fall during pickup games and small-group workouts. Something clicked between Kelsey Sigl and Hanna Bowden. “From the ...


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