Friday, September 18, 2015

This week in pics, Sept. 18

A team from Mesa County Department of Human Services is running the Men in Heels race Sept. 24 at 6 p.m. to support the Latimer House. Support them by donating here: meninheelsrace.org

Residents came out to the Mesa County Fairgrounds last weekend for the Jurassic Quest exhibit. 

More from the Jurassic Quest exhibit at the Mesa County Fairgrounds last weekend.

Sherman brushes up on his Google skills with Google Apps trainer Victoria Patsantaras. 

Sherman the dog. 


Secretary of State Wayne Williams, left, visited Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner and Elections Director Amanda Polson this week. They showed him their new voting equipment.

Summer Igo of Mesa County Noxious Weed and Pest still on the trail of purple loosestrife in the jungles of Mesa County. 

Purple loosestrife. Mission: Search and destroy.

Teresa Nees of Noxious Weed and Pest Management is in full swamping attire. 

Mesa County Health Department staff show their favorite team colors. From left, back row, Karla Klemm, Marcela Lucas, Audriana Osgood and Diane Banta; front row, Angela Leija, Kandis Fuller and Kristy Emerson. 

A view of Serpent's Trail on the Colorado National Monument this week. 

Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy Love has a little fun at Dinosaur Quest last weekend.

Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy Bunch assists a domestic violence victim with her personal belongings as he takes her to the Latimer House.

This was the view Tuesday morning from the Mesa County District Attorney's office. 
Mesa County Road and Bridge crews prepping for overlay work on 54 7/10 Road.

The Mesa County Health Department had a powerful display at Thursday's Grand Junction Farmer's Market about suicide prevention. 

Each of these empty chairs represents a person who has completed suicide in Mesa County over the past five years. 
It was a full house at Monday's Commissioners public hearing.

From left, County Attorney Patrick Coleman, Commission Chairwoman Rose Pugliese, County Administrator Frank Whidden and Commissioner John Justman immediately after Monday's vote on employee health benefits for 2016.

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