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Ranger’s vest stopped bullets

By Paul Shockley

More than one bullet fired at Utah park ranger Brody Young’s back was stopped by a bullet-proof vest he was wearing on the night of a shootout near Moab, authorities said Friday. “There were several rounds to his back that were ...

Prinster classroom unveiled at Mesa State

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Mesa State College named Room 165 in the Maverick Center the Delia and Joseph C. Prinster Classroom, the college announced Friday morning. The room is named for the late Delia Prinster and her husband, Joe, because of their work in the ...

For the Record, Nov. 27, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital T.J. and Kathryn Morrow, Fruita, a son, Oct. 20. Michael and Krystal Kitzman, Grand Junction, a son, Oct. 27. Will and Neva Cliffton, Grand Junction, a daughter, Oct. 28. Benjamin and Linda Harman, Grand ...


No one hurt in thrift store collapse

By Staff

Dozens of Grand Junction firefighters worked well into the night Friday, scouring through rubble for a possible shopper who they feared had been trapped inside a Salvation Army thrift store after a portion of its second story collapsed. By ...

Attorney general: Make it hard to alter state Constitution

By Charles Ashby

Recently re-elected Attorney General John Suthers wants Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers to consider putting a measure on the 2012 ballot making it harder for citizens to place initiatives before voters that alter the ...

Ex-senator Penry to accept job in Denver

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Former Sen. Josh Penry has accepted a job in the Denver office of EIS Solutions, a Grand Junction-based energy consulting business, the Republican said Friday. The position includes business consulting and communication duties for a wide ...

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Supplier gets 16 years as meth cases plead out

By Paul Shockley

Interviewed by law enforcement after his arrest in June, the reputed supplier for what authorities claimed to be the Grand Valley’s largest methamphetamine ring said he was expecting a fresh shipment of the drug to arrive within days ...

State officials: Rabies hitting Colorado wildlife

By Charles Ashby

Although there are few rabies deaths in humans and their pets, they are on the rise among wildlife in Colorado, state health officials say. Colorado broke its record for the number of wildlife rabies cases this year, and the state’s ...

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Plentiful powder draws skiers to mountain resorts

By Dave Buchanan

After stuffing yourself like a turkey on Thanksgiving, you could use some exercise. And Mother Nature has the answer. Thanks to a series of winter storms pounding Colorado’s high country, many of the 18 ski resorts now open are ...


Shoppers feast on deals

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Before many families in the Grand Valley got out of bed to place a turkey in the oven and flip on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, dozens of deal-seeking shoppers swarmed every department at Sears in Mesa Mall. The store opened at 7 ...

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