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Gray Gourmet, March 7, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Swiss steak, au gratin potatoes, carrots, applesauce with raisins. Tuesday — Turkey tetrazinni, Harvard beets, citrus surprise gelatin mold, roll. Wednesday — Potato soup, ham and cheese sandwich, fruit ...


Traffic Alert, March 7, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: Main Street Uplift: Fourth and Main streets intersection will be closed to traffic through Wednesday for utility work. Motorists can use First Street or ...


Man shot, wounded; 2nd man arrested

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One man was critically injured and another was taken into custody following a shooting at a Grand Junction home Sunday night, Grand Junction police said. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras said officers went to a home at 2541 Texas Ave. just ...


Sheriff’s office in GarCo saves $2.1 million

By Dennis Webb

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department came in $2.1 million under budget last year, and the savings will help shore up the county’s finances for the lean times that lie ahead. The Sheriff’s Department said in a news ...


Delta coal company catches up on back taxes

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Delta County’s largest property taxpayer, Bowie Resources/Bowie Acquisition Group LLC, is nearly caught up on its tax bill. The coal-mining company made two $550,000 payments on back taxes from last year under a repayment plan reached ...


Buckeye Reservoir to close for summer

By Dave Buchanan

Buckeye Reservoir, a popular camping and fishing destination west of Paradox, will be closed this summer as the recreation area undergoes major improvements. A Manti-LaSal National Forest official said campsites will be reconstructed, a boat ...


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Dems blast Tipton for Fair Tax stance

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Less than 24 hours after Cortez Republican Scott Tipton acknowledged he suffered in 2006 from attacks painting him as supporting tax increases, the Colorado Democratic Party lambasted him again on the same count. Tipton, who is seeking the ...


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Restaurants support WWII honor flight

By Amy Hamilton

Western Slope World War II veterans who couldn’t participate in last year’s honor flight could have that chance to visit Washington, D.C., during a flight slated for May 4-5. While veterans are encouraged to go on the flight, a ...


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Other body farms struggled with location

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The four places in the United States that serve as scientific repositories for decomposing human bodies are all guarded by 8- or 10-foot-high chain-link fences topped with razor or barbed wire to discourage would-be vandals and limit scavenger ...


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Woman pitches tent on rooftop to raise $50,000

By Amy Hamilton

“Hi!” Carol Perry calls from the top of Smugglers’ Brew Pub, 2412 U.S. Highway 6&50. On Saturday, patrons entering the restaurant were greeted by Perry as she pitched her head over the top of the building, stated her ...


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