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2nd shipment of vaccine for swine flu has arrived

By Staff

A second shipment of the H1N1 flu vaccine arrived Tuesday at the Mesa County Health Department. The shipment of 1,600 vaccines includes 900 of the flu mist and 700 injectable doses. The majority of the injectable doses are slated for area ...


Judge rejects lower bond in Palisade case

By Amy Hamilton

A judge denied a request Tuesday to lower a $100,000 bond for a Palisade teenager accused of plotting to attack Palisade High School. Mesa County Deputy District Attorney Jeremy Savage told District Judge Valerie Robison that Robert D. ...


The hospitalist will see you now

By Amy Hamilton

A little-known program at two Grand Junction hospitals is resulting in some good paybacks. St. Mary’s Hospital and Community Hospital each run hospitalist programs. That means a medical doctor is always on site to handle inpatient care ...


Worrying winemakers

By Staff

Winemakers are a nervous lot and once you get to know one or two, you wonder if they ever get a restful night’s sleep. There’s always something to worry about, from late-spring frosts to a wet summer and the accompanying bugs, ...


Lacrosse’s growth prompts addition of varsity teams

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The Grand Valley United high school lacrosse team known as the Lightning has disbanded. Instead, there will be two boys and two girls high school lacrosse teams in the valley this spring, an example of how the sport continues to grow in the ...


District E school board candidate leaves race

By Emily Shockley

The race for school board in District E has two contenders remaining after a third candidate dropped out. Amber Sigler of Palisade said she discontinued her bid two weeks ago after attending meetings became too time-consuming. “It was ...


Project FeederWatch: Time to count siskins and their feathered friends

By Dave Buchanan

Bird watchers by nature are a curious lot, and no wonder. Just when the summer influx of birds has gone south, winter brings a flock of surprises. Last winter, it was pine siskins, a finch-sized bird with a touch of yellow on its wings, that ...


Rep. Penry’s attacks on Gov. Ritter’s hiring aren’t credible

By Bill Grant

“Republicans have lost credibility as a governing party,” Josh Penry told Chris Clazilla of the Washington Post. “At the state level we weren’t relevant on the nuts and bolts questions of governing.” If Penry ...


Judge rejects challenge to insanity law

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A judge Tuesday rejected murder suspect Heath Johnston’s claim that state laws regarding pleas of not guilty by reason of insanity violate his constitutional rights. Judge Gail Nichols said in court that she ...


DA waiting to close case against late Grand Junction police officer

By Amy Hamilton

A court case is continuing for at least a few more weeks for a former Grand Junction police officer who apparently committed suicide days after he was arrested on rape accusations. Prosecutors told a judge Tuesday they need more time for ...


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