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3 staffers reportedly quit McInnis camp

By Charles Ashby

Led by KUSA-Channel 9 News, several Denver television stations are reporting that three top staffers in former congressman Scott McInnis’ campaign for the GOP nomination for governor have tendered their resignations. Several of the ...


For The Record, July 17, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Andy and Julie Baker, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 30. Devin and Amy Mulford, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 30. Randy and RaeAnn Vasquez, Grand Junction, a son, June 30. Ryan P. and Ann E. Leonard, ...


Babies’ neurons firing on all cylinders

By Gary McCallister

I just returned from meeting my newest granddaughter, 3 weeks old. Babies don’t know anything. Prior to birth their whole lives have been wet, warm, quiet, almost weightless and dark. Then suddenly everything changes. Things start to get ...


Briefs, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Project to reroute North Avenue traffic All traffic on North Avenue from Sixth Street to 11th Street will be shifted to the north side of the street, with one lane going westbound and another for eastbound traffic, throughout the ...


Death notice, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Keith Vernon Davidson, 87, Grand Junction, died July 13, 2010, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Visitation will be from 4 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of ...


Woman accused of using stolen credit card

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A Fruita woman was arrested Thursday after she allegedly stole a credit card and used it to purchase lingerie for her job at Grand Junction’s newly opened strip club. Oshay Miranda Foster, 23, 986 Moore’s Diamond Drive, was ...


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Woman gets probation for giving alcohol to kids

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A judge Friday sentenced a Grand Junction woman to three years on probation for buying alcohol for her teenage daughter and four underage friends last New Year’s Eve, calling the woman’s actions “totally ...


BLM not budging on Vermillion drilling

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The Bureau of Land Management won’t waver from its plans to close the Vermillion Basin to oil and gas exploration, the head of the agency said Friday. At the same time, the agency is prepared to put some disputed leases in Utah back on ...


Sawmill woes hobbling attempt at beetle control, forester says

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Efforts to clear Colorado’s national forests of bark-beetle-destroyed timber have been hampered by the troubles of the wood-products industry, the chief of the U.S. Forest Service said Friday. The federal government has allocated $30 ...


Blotter, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Traffic stop nets meth Two men and two women were arrested Thursday by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on suspicion of distribution, manufacture, sale and possession of methamphetamine following a routine traffic stop near the I-70 ...


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