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2010 Delta High School Graduation

By William Woody

159 graduates of the Delta High School class of 2010 receive diplomas under sunny skies Saturday May 29, 2010 at Delta High School.  ...


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Man accused of killing roommate had explosive, cops say

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man accused of fatally shooting his roommate had an unspecified explosive device and the means to detonate it, according to allegations lodged Friday. Wayne Gert, 37, was formally charged on Friday with second-degree murder in the ...


Events to honor deceased veterans

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The three-day Memorial Day weekend plays host to family gatherings, backyard cookouts and yard work, or better yet — watching Alpine Bank Junior College World Series baseball games at Suplizio Field. But more importantly, it’s a ...


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Grand Junction doctor prescribes oil-leak fix

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When Dr. Brad Case saw the streaming video of oil gushing out of the blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico last week, it reminded him of blood streaming from an artery. Thus was born an idea of how to plug a five-weeks-and-counting spill that ...


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Time reduced after dog-death guilty plea

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita woman will face a maximum 18 months in federal prison after pleading guilty Friday to being an accessory after the fact in the death of a dog on Colorado National Monument. Melissa Lockhart, 32, originally had faced up to three years ...


Man gets 9 years in two GJ bank robberies

By Paul Shockley

A Las Vegas man was sentenced Friday to nine years in federal prison for robbing three banks in as many months last year, two of them in Grand Junction. Douglas Edward James, 25, was also ordered to pay restitution totalling more than $27,000 ...


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35 veterans in valley receive rent vouchers

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Were it not for a cooperative program aimed at reducing homelessness among veterans, Daniel Hickman might have had to split up his family. Hickman, a single father of four, found himself needing help to remain in his family’s rented ...


Lincoln Park pool opens

By Staff

Today marks the unofficial start of summer as the Lincoln Park-Moyer pool opens. “It’ll be busy, but not too busy because of JUCO, so it’s a nice time to come and get acclimated to the water,” said Larry Manchester ...


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Corner on the yard sale market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For more than a decade, Dave McDonald has built a reputation for being the best yard saler in town. Every spring he opens “Dave’s Famous Yard Sale” in front of his home on the corner of 26th Street and Orchard ...


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‘Step out of your comfort zone,’ graduate tells younger students

By Amy Hamilton

No seniors graduated from Pear Park Baptist School last year and only one senior graduated the year before. So having four seniors graduate from the school Friday night made for an especially joyous ceremony. “We’ve had ...


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