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Death Notices April 06, 2009

By Staff

•  Bill Hellman, 82, Delta, died April 4, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. A rosary will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Delta. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church, with  ...


SOW: Nick Orman April 06, 2009

By Carrie Marfitano

When Nick Orman was a junior at Central High School, he tore cartilage in his hip, an injury that required surgery. He was unable to finish the football season and had to work hard to make it back onto the field for his senior year. ...


Studio 119 sells negs

Co-owner of former photo studio will return negatives dating to 1972

By Staff

Studio 119 Photography at 627 Grand Ave. closed the day Victoria Canaday’s husband, Dave, died last November. But the photos he took will live on forever. Canaday has started the overwhelming process of trying to return negatives and, ...


Valley’s golf season already in full swing

By Carrie Marfitano

As the days get longer and the grass gets greener, golf courses around the valley have geared up for the season. Course managers say they haven’t seen a shortfall of customers in the down economy. In fact, a mild February and early ...


Blotter: April 06, 2009

By Staff

Selling to minors alleged • Police allegedly caught four people Friday selling or giving alcohol to minors, according to a Grand Junction Police Department report. In separate instances, three of the four people were issued ...


LISA DESPAIN 4-3

Young widow with two children plans to take control of her life with college

By {screen_name}

Lisa DeSpain was on her own when she was 15 and living in Meeker, working at several restaurant jobs and taking classes. Soon after graduating from Meeker High School, she moved to Grand Junction and went to work at a restaurant and her life ...


prize herfords hall 4-3-9

Cattleman raises prize-winning Herefords

By Staff

Doug Hall of rural Fruita is a master cattleman. Hall was recently honored by the American Hereford Association, with four of his cows earning the Dams of Distinction Award. The awards are issued every year and recognize the best of the ...


Crash near Olathe kills 10-year-old

By Staff

Alcohol may have been a factor in a two-vehicle crash near Olathe that killed a 10-year-old child Sunday afternoon, according to Colorado State Patrol dispatch. Two additional children were airlifted to St. Mary’s Hospital, and three ...


Reconsideration of lease adjustments is sign of oil-shale shift

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has been given extra time to respond to lawsuits challenging Bush-era oil shale decisions, amid increasing signs of a shift in thinking on the issue under the Obama administration. In the latest sign of change, the ...


DOWNTOWN TREES 2 4-5

Trees to fall on Main Street because roots aren’t so sound

By {screen_name}

The allure of downtown Grand Junction is found when you look down at that frosty beer brewed right here or the glass of wine made with local grapes. Or when you look straight ahead at that funky piece of art. It’s also found when you ...


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