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Soliciting is Legal

Mar 20th @ 12:08 pm

Door to Door selling in Montrose is legal for the first time in nearly 80 years. City officials say they adopted the ordinance to avoid lawsuits. Business Solicitors will have to be vetted with a background check and they’ll need a permit. The ordinance does not apply to non profits, religious and political groups, schools [...]

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Mar 19th @ 3:20 pm

The 347 thousand dollar contract goes to…Find out here News.

ACLU Files Lawsuit

Mar 19th @ 2:29 pm

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit against Grand Junction’s recent ordinance that bans aggressive begging. Grand Junction city officials say the City will assess the claims and will file an answer with the court and they will not be making any comments regarding the case.

1ST ANNUAL MARCH MADNESS BUSINESS TOURNAMENT!

Mar 19th @ 11:29 am

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North Selig To Be Paved

Mar 19th @ 10:56 am

North Selig avenue In Montrose is gonna be paved this summer. The improvement of that dusty road near the old Jeans Westerner building was driven by relocated traffic signals and improving traffic according to Public Works director John Harris. The city awarded Ridgway Valley the contract. The $347,000 project includes sidewalks and curbing.

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Mar 18th @ 4:11 pm

Don’t blow off a jury summons and have you seen two black labs? Listen here: News

Night Construction on South Townsend

Mar 18th @ 11:26 am

CDOT began night work on Highway 550 in Montrose between Ogden Road and Odell Road.  Crews are replacing a culvert across all four lanes of the highway. Due to the high traffic area, the work will be conducted at night.  One lane will be closed in both directions from 8:00 at night to 5:00 a.m. [...]

Bear Creek Landowners Bothered by Trespassers

Mar 18th @ 11:25 am

Bear Creek Landowners in San Miguel County are not happy with Telluride skiers trespassing. The Post reports the U.S. Forest Service re-opened Telluride Ski Area’s Gold Hill backcountry access gates into the Bear Creek basin. The three access points had been removed after private landowners complained of skiers trespassing. The thrill seekers have been leaving the [...]

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Mar 17th @ 12:25 pm

Officials reveal the cause and manner of the Uncompahgre death and a Norwood man was rescued following an avalanche in San Miguel County.  News

Sawmill Mesa Death Ruled Accidental

Mar 17th @ 12:04 pm

The Grand Junction woman who was found dead in a vehicle on the Uncompahgre last week had meth and ecstacy in her system according to toxiclogy tests. Montrose County officials say 47 year old Jodie Anne Valerio died of hypothermia. Montrose County deputies were assisting the Mesa County Sheriff’s office on a missing person report [...]

Trial for Doctors To Be Scheduled This Week

Mar 17th @ 11:12 am

The Daily Sentinel reports doctors Sam Jahani and Eric Peper  have hardly seen the inside of a court room  since they were investigated by the feds almost three years ago. A federal judge reportedly ordered both sides to schedule court dates, possibly a trial, this week. Jahani and Peper were indicted by a federal grand [...]

Back County Skier Rescuded

Mar 17th @ 11:09 am

Two skiers are lucky to be alive after San Miguel authorities rescued a skier who broke his leg in an avalanche near Ophir. The backcountry skiers were in the Serpent Couloir when one of them was caught in the slide. The 35 year-old Norwood man was not buried, but suffered a broken leg. His friend [...]

Coffee with Cops begin March 27th

Mar 14th @ 11:32 am

The Montrose Police Department will be starting a program called “Coffee with the Cops”. This event will be held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM at the Great Harvest Bakery. This will be a very informal event where people can come and drink coffee and ask questions of various police officers.

Norwood Students Recognized by SMPA

Mar 14th @ 11:31 am

Two Norwood High School students are being recognized for their leadership by San Miguel Power Association. Marissa Bruce will travel to Washington DC in June with students from across the county to learn about the electric coop industry. Hailee Starks has been selected to attend the youth leadership camp in Clark, Colorado in July for [...]

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Mar 13th @ 10:34 am

The body found Tuesday has been identified and a Montrose native makes history in Palisade Listen here News.

Montrose Native Becomes First Female Sergeant

Mar 13th @ 10:08 am

A Montrose native is first ever Palisade female sergeant. Sergeant Debra Funston is now the highest ranked female officer Palisade has had. Funston is originally from Montrose, The Daily Sentinel reports she started her career in law enforcement in Virginia.