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Hospital, Montrose officials plan on mediation

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose County commissioners and Montrose Memorial Hospital trustees are planning a trip to Denver next week to meet with the Judicial Arbiter Group, an outside third party, to try to settle a conflict that has been brewing ...


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Watch out, Santa: Four boys collect 200 toys for Lions Club

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Grumpy old men are known to complain about “the kids these days.” They say their hearts aren’t in the right place, and they’re often too lazy to help make a difference in their communities. Shattering the stereotype, ...


Bus driver suspended for making stop at liquor store

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A First Student bus driver who stopped on his way out of Grand Junction for a bottle of liquor while students waited inside the bus has been suspended pending termination. The driver, who wasn’t identified, is not from Grand Junction, ...


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Strip club brings slow business for cops

By Paul Shockley

During the at-times heated debate over the return of live adult entertainment to Grand Junction, Kevin Eardley kept cool when opponents decried his venture as a ready magnet for crime. Among a host of projected problems, critics envisioned a ...


County makes interim county administrator job offer

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Mesa County commissioners will offer the interim county administrator job to former Department of Human Services Director Tom Papin, banking on someone who is familiar with the community but far enough removed from it to stand up to the ...


GarCo cool to more controls on gas drilling

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners appear to remain unreceptive to some Battlement Mesa residents’ calls for the county to impose greater local control over proposed natural gas development in that ...


Udall upset by tenative tax plan

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A tentative deal reached by President Obama and Senate Republicans to extend the Bush tax cuts for all taxpayers and extend unemployment benefits has one Colorado senator fuming. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said his first response to the deal ...


Blotter, Dec. 8, 2010

By Staff

Home target for vandals A Redlands resident is getting tired of her home being the target of vandals, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The woman who lives in the 2000 block of Willowood Road reported to deputies on ...


Oz Clarke brings a lot to the table in his new wine book

By Dave Buchanan

Interesting and attractive books about wine and related topics haven’t been in plentiful supply this year, so when a book appears such as Oz Clarke’s “Let Me Tell You About Wine,” it’s worth more than a ...


When summoned, stick with your convictions

By Steve Beauregard

The square, blue piece of mail arrived in November. You’ve probably gotten your share of them over the years: JURY SUMMONS. I arrive early at the crowded third floor room at the Mesa County Justice Center, where I pass the time reading ...


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