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Bear killed after biting Durango man

By Staff

The Colorado Division of Wildlife and U.S. Department of Agriculture shot and killed a bear that had bitten a Durango man. The man, who was sleeping outdoors near the Animas River, was bitten through his blanket at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday, ...


Bennet: Answers lie in civil debate

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet made a whirlwind stop in Grand Junction on Saturday to open a campaign office in town that he never actually saw. That’s because the Democrat was running late in completing his “Fighting for ...


Fantasy strip club opens to male crowd

By Staff

The lights were dimmed, the music started and the dollar bills were out as Grand Junction’s first strip club in five years opened its doors Saturday.0 After more than a year in the making, the new adult entertainment center, Fantasy, ...


071110 Young Professionals

Young professionals explore nonprofit work

By Amy Hamilton

What idealistic teenager doesn’t dream of changing the world? But, give him or her a few years, and those ideas tend to fall by the wayside. Thoughts turn to college, families and making a buck just to get by. But young adults ...


Register to vote in primaries by Monday

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans who intend to vote in the August primaries need to make sure they register by Monday. That’s the deadline to register as a Republican, Democrat or Libertarian in order to cast a ballot in the Aug. 10 primaries. Voters also ...


For The Record, July 10, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Justin Young and Kaycee Seal, Grand Junction, a son, June 14. Brad and Michelle Fox, Grand Junction, a son, June 16. Kendra Strange, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 16. Leonard and Jessica Miles, Grand ...


Death Notices, July 10,2010

By Staff

Mary Kastendieck, 98, Grand Junction, died July 7, 2010, at Mantey Heights Care Center. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the mortuary. Burial will be at Delta City ...


DUI checkpoints could be related to fewer crashes

By Charles Ashby

The heat is on, but it’s not your usual summer high temperatures. In this case, the heat is coming from law enforcement on would-be drunken drivers. As in past years, the Colorado State Patrol is working with other local law ...


Officer hailed as hero for saving infant

By Paul Shockley

“Supercop.” The tag makes 31-year-old Grand Junction police officer William Cox cringe because his heroics have made him the butt of jokes among some of his fellow officers for the better half of this year. During a training ...


Report on controversial leases sought by Utah

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County officials in Utah say the Interior Department is sitting on an inspector general’s report that exonerates the 77 oil and gas leases in eastern Utah canceled by the Obama administration last year. Uintah County Commissioner Mike  ...


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