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Resort to be promoted in new Discovery series

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By bringing on board a hospitality management company that will broadly market the resort, Gateway Canyons Resort hopes to draw more leisure and business travelers who want to explore the red rock canyons of the Dolores River Valley. The ...


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Sweet corn champ chomps 15 ears

By William Woody

OLATHE — An estimated 70,000 ears of corn, 500 pounds of butter and 300 pounds of salt were devoured Friday and Saturday at the 20th annual Olathe Sweet Corn Festival. This year, the festival became a two-day event and received some ...


Police Blotter, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Drug force investigation Police responded to a residence in the 2600 block of F Road on Thursday to settle a landlord-tenant dispute, when they noticed drug activity there, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Officers returned with a ...


Some are not so keen on Delta, Aspen link

By Charles Ashby

New state House district maps should pair Delta either with Grand Junction or Montrose, several people who attended two public hearings Saturday told the Colorado Reapportionment Commission. Putting Delta with Aspen, as the 11-member ...


UPDATE: Fruita Boy Scout missing from camping trip is found

By Staff

A 16-year-old Fruita boy, who reportedly went missing in the Meeker area while on a camping trip with fellow Boy Scouts, was found Sunday morning unharmed, authorities said. The boy, who was not identified, called his mother at approximately ...


Death notices, Aug. 6, 2011

By Staff

Vaughn Agnes Drake, 77, Grand Junction, died Aug. 3, 2011, at her residence. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mrs. Drake was a registered nurse. Survivors include her husband, Ronald E.; two sons, Miguel S. of Englewood ...


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Powderhorn’s new owner predicting ‘big impact’

By Dave Buchanan

Don’t expect Andy Daly to be a stranger to Grand Junction. On Thursday, Daly, a 40-year veteran of the Colorado ski scene and a resident of Vail, along with business partners Tom and Ken Gart of Denver, paid $1.4 million for Powderhorn ...


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Bundy DNA is unlikely to clear GJ cold case

By Paul Shockley

In spring 1975, serial killer Theodore “Ted” Bundy came to town. Authorities know he bought gas, as evidenced by a credit card receipt with his signature, showing a purchase at a now-defunct convenience store in downtown Grand ...


Foster family buys two sites near ski resort

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Family of former state legislator and skiing enthusiast Bill Foster plan to write another chapter in the history of Powderhorn as the new owners of two development sites near the ski resort. The late Foster, namesake of “Bill’s ...


State resurfacing eight interstate bridges

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Transportation has started to rehabilitate eight bridges on Interstate 70 west of Fruita, but the work has nothing to do with any high-river damage. The project, which will take until November to complete, is to ...


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