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Published: 2017-09-19T18:08:18+00:00


Email Letters: September 19, 2017


Restating D51’s case


By now, readers have heard arguments to support a bond measure and mill levy override for District 51 schools presented both as a moral imperative and an investment in the community’s future.

Printed Letters: September 19, 2017


Our schools are in dire need of assistance. In Mesa County, we are way behind other counties in Colorado in spending per student. Furthermore, Colorado is behind most other states, and the United States is behind most other developed countries in the same benchmark.

It’s time to up the ante for 
District 51 public schools


“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”



Monday was an exciting day for the Grand Junction High School boys golf team.

Mesa stands pat in poll after win against Mines


Once David Tann got the feeling back in his left arm, there was no stopping the Colorado Mesa senior running back.

Fruita moves up to No. 5 in Class 4A football poll


The 4-0 record Fruita Monument High School’s football team has this season helped move the Wildcats up in the polls Monday.

Man pleads guilty to state charges in child sexual assault


A Grand Junction man accused of sexually assaulting a toddler, convincing a woman to take explicit pictures with the child, and attempting to distribute the pictures online pleaded guilty Monday to felony counts in one of his two ongoing criminal cases and is awaiting sentencing.

Fruita man may face vehicular assault charge


A 20-year-old Fruita man who witnesses said sped through a sharp turn and drove on the wrong side of the road before flipping the truck he was in, injuring him and his two passengers, has been arrested and could be charged with a felony.

Wildfire threatens cabin near John Brown Road


A fire is blazing southwest of Gateway off of John Brown Road, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office.

School board candidates gather at forum


Five candidates vying for three seats on the School District 51 Board of Education appeared in public together for the first time at a Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce forum on Monday.

City Council clarifies workshop rules


For the most part, residents don’t tend to show up at workshop meetings of the Grand Junction City Council.

News Briefs, Sept. 19, 2017


Local woman is likely Powerball winner

Blotter, Sept. 19, 2017


Couple ticketed for unenclosed pot plants

Death Notices, Sept. 19, 2017


■ Joseph Edward Bausch, 57, Grand Junction, died Sept. 13, 2017, in Grand Junction.

Deal will give Gray Gourmet a reprieve


More than a month after saying they preferred to find a tenant who would pay market rent, Mesa County commissioners on Monday signed off on a deal that will allow the nonprofit Gray Gourmet program to stay put until 2019.

Recommendations to shrink national monuments draw mixed reactions


Monday was the 21st anniversary of the creation of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah, but monument supporter Nicole Croft was in a less-than-celebratory mood.

Health and Wellness briefs: Sept. 19, 2017


Delta County Memorial designated Baby-Friendly

How stress affects cancer patients


St. Mary’s Medical Center is one of three Colorado hospitals taking part in a study to evaluate how underserved lung and head-and-neck cancer patients and their caregivers respond to specialized care to help them manage their stress and emotions.

Porter Homes


Vona Murphy-Milusnic


Welcome to The Peaks at Redlands Mesa

Real Estate Q & A


Dear Dave,

The Peaks at Redlands Mesa offers a new opportunity to live at Redlands Mesa Golf Course


The Peaks at Redlands Mesa is a unique, new townhome development on W. Ridges Boulevard at Redlands Mesa Golf Course. The 40 townhomes enjoy great views of the sixth and seventh fairway at the golf course, and a one-year club membership is included with the purchase of a townhome.

Real estate transactions for the week of Aug. 29