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Council won’t censor invocations

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The Grand Junction City Council will let anyone who is interested give invocations at the beginning of meetings but will not instruct people on what they can or can’t say. That’s what council members are telling city staff in ...


Declining revenue forces county to plan for sharp budget cuts in 2010

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Mesa County budget forecasters are predicting gloom, though not doom, for 2010 and beyond. As revenue continues to decline, more budget cuts are being made and planned. “2009 is not the year I am worried about,” County ...


Boys linked to church damage

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Two juveniles were arrested Tuesday in connection with an Orchard Mesa crime spree that involved at least eight car break-ins and a stolen car, along with tens of thousands of dollars in damage to a church and a shed. Caleb Hovland and ...


Rare tornado touches down in Bookcliffs

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National Weather Service employee John Kyle was driving back to Grand Junction from Telluride on Tuesday afternoon when he spotted a rare meteorological event in Mesa County: a tornado. “I looked up and saw a white funnel from the ...


Water bill too broad for nation, critics say

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A proposed revision of the federal Clean Water Act would dramatically expand the hand of the federal government in administering water, prompting skepticism from Colorado water officials and legislators. The bill by Sen. Russ Feingold, ...


Dick Maynard Column May 20, 2009

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Our “national pastime”? Baseball? Wrong. Among Americans, the real favorite is fear of the unknown. It’s science fiction come to life, with emphasis on the fiction. Heard any Swine Flu tales this week? Nah, “H1N1, ...


Death Notices: May 20, 2009

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• Lawrence Christopher Atencio, 52, Grand Junction, died May 17, 2009, at his home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Mr. Atencio was a coal miner. Survivors include his wife, Zita Marie; ...


Forney in 18th place at state golf

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Loren Forney’s first foray in the Class 5A girls state golf championships gave her the low score among Western Slope golfers on Monday. The Central High School junior shot an 82, putting her in a tie for 18th place after the first round ...


Mesa BB made it3 5-18-9

Senior leadership helped Mavs earn World Series berth

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The Mesa State College baseball team made history Sunday, but the Mavericks are looking for more. The 29th-ranked Mavericks (43-13) have a chance to win an NCAA Division II title. Mesa begins play in the Division II World Series against ...


Briefs: Local Sports May 19, 2009

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Gymnastics • Muhr places at nationals Cammi Muhr of KidzPlex Gymnasics placed fifth on the balance beam at the USAG Junior Olympics National Championships in Seattle last weekend. Muhr, who just completed her junior year at Grand ...


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