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After missteps, Mesa County hires health director

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The director of a health department in eastern Nebraska formally agreed to become Mesa County’s public health director, weeks after turmoil within the county caused him to reconsider taking the job. Jeff Kuhr, the current director of ...


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Man charged with assault after allegedly using pepper spray

By Staff

MONTROSE — A Montrose County man accused of spraying a neighbor with pepper spray prior to a shooting incident last month was charged formally Wednesday with second-degree assault, injury with a deadly weapon. Paul Johnson, 66, of ...


Death notices: Dec. 9, 2010

By Staff

Gerald “Jerry” Custine, 65, Grand Junction, died Dec. 6, 2010, at home. A service will be at 5 p.m. Sunday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mr. Custine was a truck driver. Survivors include one brother, Al of El Dorado Springs, Mo., ...


Blotter, Dec. 9, 2010

By Staff

Fire damages home A mobile home in the 2900 block of Texas Avenue was damaged by fire Wednesday afternoon, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. The fire caused significant smoke ...


Sen. Bennet supports tax deal, with reservations

By The AP

DENVER — U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet says he will support the compromise between the White House and Republicans on tax cuts despite reservations. The Colorado Democrat said today that he prefers a longer extension for middle-class breaks ...


Police lift lockdown at Dual Immersion Academy

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Grand Junction police around 3:50 p.m. lifted a lockdown at Dual Immersion Academy in the Riverside neighborhood after officers received a report of a man with a gun in the area. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras said the lockdown went into ...


WikiHacks work to promote anarchy

By The Daily Sentinel

Not so many months ago, WikiLeaks was viewed as a radical but somewhat legitimate group whose primary interest appeared to be to get controversial documents into the public sphere. But actions this week show the Internet group and its ...


Keep your legislation off my cell phone

By Rick Wagner

After my column last week on reducing ineffective or unnecessary laws, I received some interesting comments about laws that some thought silly and others people thought we should have. One thought it would be a good idea to extend the ...


Colo. regulators deciding on Xcel coal-to-gas plan

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado regulators are split on Xcel Energy’s plan for cutting air pollution from coal-fired power plants by 2018. At issue is what to do with Xcel’s coal-fired Cherokee 4 unit in Denver. The Public Utilities ...


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Shelves nearly cleared at Eastgate City Market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The inventory at Eastgate City Market was quickly dwindling Wednesday afternoon as savvy shoppers pushed cartloads of groceries out the front door. Everything in the store was marked down and additional 50 percent off excluding liquor, ...


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