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GJ eyeing stimulus money for fire stations

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The city of Grand Junction will apply for up to $15 million in federal stimulus money to build a new downtown fire station and remodel Fire Station No. 2 at 28 1/4 and Patterson roads, hoping to get a cut of a huge pie to build needed ...


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Husband-wife team opens equestrian center in Loma

By Carrie Marfitano

Riders of all ages and disciplines are welcome in a new horse community in the Grand Valley. Anthony Brown and his wife, Janet, are the owners of the new Lynn Ranch Equestrian Facility, 1411 M Road in Loma. It opened Monday, and an ...


Blotter: March 08, 2009

By Staff

Man accused of gun theft • Travis Collings, 30, was arrested Thursday in the 400 block of Pitkin Avenue on suspicion of stealing a gun from A Pawn Shop, 353 Pitkin Ave., and resisting arrest when officers contacted him, according ...


LS: Art of Quilting Column March 08, 2009

By Sherida Warner

Others are whimsical. Consider “Helping Hands,” a Charlottesville quilter’s ode to Viagra. The work was inspired by a present from a friend: “A fat quarter of fabrics with all these itty-bitty penises and sperm,” ...


You Said it Column March 08, 2009

By Staff

• Hats off to Janet Rowland for telling it like it is. The bad guys always have a gun and our county staff should be armed and protected. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. • This April it would be ...


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Renovation of visitor center paying immediate dividends, staffers say

By Staff

Everything’s new at the Grand Junction Visitor Center, which reopened last week after a week-long closure for renovation. Much of the $80,000 renovation to the building at 740 Horizon Drive is kid-friendly, making the center a welcoming ...


Charter school cuts high-school grades

By Carrie Marfitano

Independence Academy will reduce its grade-level offerings to kindergarten through eighth grade beginning next year. The School District 51 Board of Education voted during a February meeting to scale back the charter school’s grade ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz March 08, 2009

By Staff

• Beginning Monday, in response to daylight saving time, Telluride Ski Resort will shift its lift operating hours to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hours have been 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. “We have had a lot of feedback from our guests requesting ...


Tax change would drain away energy investment, industry says

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Proposed changes to how investments in energy companies are taxed could deal a serious blow to the industry and set back efforts toward energy independence, say industry officials and others. One change involves how investors write off ...


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Defense leads Paonia into Class 2A Region 5 final

By Patrick Bahr

The Paonia High School girls basketball team might have an off night offensively, but good luck catching the Eagles having a bad defensive night. In the semifinals of the Region 5 tournament at Mesa State College, No. 1 seed Paonia held No. 4 ...


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