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Published: 2016-12-03T16:52:58+00:00


Jones witness punished for outburst


A witness in the second murder trial of Lester Jones must perform 24 hours of community service after she called Jones a “piece of crap killer” while leaving the courtroom.

Court filings:
 Drainage fee is actually a tax


The Grand Valley Drainage District, unable to persuade voters to approve a tax, simply began charging customers this year for work it should do with tax money, Mesa County and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce said in court papers.

Pending county budget may dip into reserves


The Mesa County Commission on Monday will consider a 2017 budget that could dig about $2.5 million into cash reserves while boosting spending for law enforcement.

Armed robber hits Fruita store


Fruita police don’t know who walked into the Family Dollar store, 1668 U.S. Highway 6&50, after 9 p.m. Thursday, brandished a gun and fled with an unknown amount of cash.

Derrieux shreds D


For the entire first half Friday evening, Grand Junction guard Drew Derrieux outscored Gateway High School at the Warrior Challenge basketball tournament.

Fruita’s defense wears down Bulldogs


By the end of the first quarter Friday night, the Palisade High School boys basketball team had drained three 3-pointers that were closer to midcourt than the 3-point arc.

Football-shaped blob a true wonder


All summer, it hung precariously in the locust tree.

Religion briefs, Dec. 3, 2016


Celebrate Festival of Lessons and Carols

For The Record, Dec. 3, 2016



Cows, Dec. 3, 2016


Delta Sales Yard Inc.:

NASA breaking into snow biz


When western Coloradans think of NASA, they most likely think of things like launching rockets that light up the sky at Cape Canaveral and scratchy audio communications between distant astronauts and the Mission Control Center in Houston.

Scott to lead energy panel


Republicans who have the majority in the Colorado Senate want to be prepared when the new administration coming into the White House brings a more fossil fuel friendly attitude to the nation.

Blotter, Dec. 3, 2016


Man arrested for eluding

Second effort


A big first half by the Fairview High School girls basketball team put Friday night’s game against Grand Junction out of reach early. A better second half by the Tigers left them with more confidence in spite of the final score.

Snyder helps Fruita girls cruise again


The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team cruised to its second consecutive victory to open the season Friday night, prevailing 74-31 against Union High School from Roosevelt, Utah.

Give a push — the result is imminently predictable


One thing Black Friday teaches is that if you push on one thing, that thing will push on whatever is next to it, which will then push on whatever is next to it. It’s the simple domino effect of chain reaction accidents. 

Palisade VB team has coach, player of year in 4A WSL


Palisade High School’s volleyball team may not have won the Class 4A Western Slope League title, but the Bulldogs still came away with the top post-season honors when the all-WSL team was announced Friday.

Sports Briefs, Dec. 2, 2016



Wingate principal
 leaves her post,
 stays with Dist. 51


School District 51 announced the sudden mid-year reassignment of an elementary school principal on Friday.

Prep girls basketball scores, Dec. 2, 2016


Fairview 74, Grand Junction 37

Prep boys basketball scores, Dec. 2, 2016


Grand Junction 71, Gateway 41

Death notices, Dec. 3, 2016


■ Elmer Donald De Herrera, 75, Grand Junction, died Nov. 29, 2016, at HopeWest and Palliative Care.

Psychiatric hospital plans to raise money for new facility


At any given time, the 32 beds at West Springs Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in Grand Junction, are filled.

Email Letters: December 2, 2016