Three appointed to CMU board

Tim Fry, Gary Reiff and Charles Dukes have been appointed to the board of trustees that oversees Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction. Colorado Gov. Jared Polis appointed Fry and Reiff, both Democrats, to terms expiring Dec. 31, 2025. Fry comes from Grand Junction and Reiff from Denver.  Dukes, an unaffiliated from Commerce City, will […]

Real estate firm honors best-selling agent

Toni Heiden was honored as the top-performing agent for December at Heiden Homes Realty in Grand Junction. Heiden, owner and broker of the firm, posted the most closed transactions and highest combined dollar volume for the month. She has worked in the real estate industry for more than 40 years and received the emeritus designation […]

Grand Junction residents appointed to state boards

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has appointed five Grand Junction residents to state boards. Erika Hoy and Crystal Kisselburgh, were appointed to the State Board of Addiction Counselor Examiners. Hoy serves on the board as a certified addiction counselor and Kisselburgh a licensed addiction counselor. The board adopts rules and regulations, conducts examinations, and grants or […]

Physician assistant joins Grand Junction Gastroenterology

Leah Barjenbruch has joined Grand Junction Gastroenterology has a physician assistant. She brings to her duties more than five years of experience as a physician assistant as well as national certification. She holds a bachelor’s degree in nutrition science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and master’s degree in physician assistant studies from the Nebraska Medical […]

Real estate group elects chairman and bestows awards

Tyler Harris, a broker associate at Bray & Co. Real Estate, has been elected chairman of the Grand Junction Area Realtor Association board of directors. New board members were inducted and annual awards presented during a banquet. Harris succeeds Amanda Potter with Keller-Williams as chairman. The other newly elected board members are Ron Sechrist with […]

Retired CMU president wins citizenship medal

Tim Foster, former president of Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, is among the latest winners of the Governor’s Citizenship Medals. The eight recipients of the medals will be honored in January as part of Colorado Leadership Month. CiviCo, a nonprofit that cultivates civic-minded leaders, bestows the medals to honor individuals and organizations for their […]

Grand Valley residents appointed to state boards

Cindy Enos-Martinez and Ken Haptonstall of Grand Junction have been appointed to the Judicial Performance Commission for the 21st Judicial District. Enos-Martinez and Haptonstall will serve four-year terms on the commission, which evaluates the performance of district and county court judges. Heidi Hess of Clifton was reappointed to the Colorado Juvenile Parole Board. Hess will […]

Colorado National Monument ranger named honor graduate

Sean Nelb, a National Park Service ranger at the Colorado National Monument near Fruita, was honored as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center honor graduate for 2019. Delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the recent awards ceremony honored both the 2019 and 2020 honor graduates. The award recognizes near-perfect academic performance, exceptional physical fitness and proficiency […]

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