|From left, LeeAnna Tallman, Sara Kieran, Josh Kennedy, Dalys Otberg, Karen Folks, Lilian Madadian, Kathy Gerlock, Bridgett Mancera, Amy Joy, Jessica Guajardo, Michelle Trujillo, Candice Logsdon, Kelly Graff, Susan Skyberg|
|Rosie Mellin was selected as the August DHS “You Brighten My Day” winner!|
|Tilly (DA's Victim Advocate Canine Companion) working hard at HR.|
The Grand Junction Central Warriors football team has a home non-conference game vs. Fruita Monument today at 7 pm. This game is causing some friendly rivalry in the Sheriff's office because Lt. Holdren's kid plays football for Central High School, and Investigators Lissah Norcross and Danny Norris have a Fruita Monument High School football player (and band members). Sergeant Byrne, who took the picture, had no other option but to referee!
|From left, Danny Norris, David Holdren, Lissah Norcross showing team spirit|
|Commissioner John Justman and Gary Harmon from the Daily Sentinel|
|Commissioner Pugliese gets ready for an interview|
|Commissioner McInnis waiting for the meeting to start|
|Discussion regarding joint projects|
Colorado State University President Tony Frank stopped by Mesa County to discuss extension services.
|From left, Patrick Coleman, Pete Baier, Dan Caris, Scott McInnis|
|Colorado State University President Tony Frank|
This week the Inside Mesa County class got to learn from the Department of Human Services (DHS) and the County Attorney's Office.
|County Attorney Patrick Coleman and Attorney Kellie Starritt presented to the Inside Mesa County what the County Attorney's office does and how it works.|
|DHS Deputy Director Scott Aker talked about fiscal operations and quality assurance|
|DHS Executive Director Tracey Garchar talked about the services that are provided for the aging population.|
The Sheriff's Office had fun participating in the Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament. Jason Haferman won the "longest drive."
|Jason Haferman and Pete Dalrymple|
|From left, Pete Dalrymple, Cathy Tate, and Jason Haferman|
A class from Appleton Elementary made several "Thank You" cards for the Mesa County Sheriff's Office and Deputy Ryan Morrison was there to accepted them.
|Deputy Ryan Morrison picks up "Thank You" cards from Appleton Elementary.|
|New truck for the RAD deputies|
|Patrolling the Fairgrounds|
|Canadian Geese fly over the Fairgrounds|