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Aztec like stone Jensen 9-1

Is stone tablet from 1340 or 1940, expert asks

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A flagstone tablet inscribed with symbols and what looks like an ancient, stylized, Mayan self-portrait has fascinated Vic Jensen for more than half a century. More recently, it has flummoxed experts in Mexico and confounded investigators in ...

Montrose man’s invention has enough zeros to display national debt

By Emily Shockley

Montrose Realtor Matt Miles wanted to key in the national debt on a calculator, but he couldn’t find one that would display the entire number. So he made one that could. Miles assembled a 16-digit calculator — the current national ...

Christian motorcycle group collecting toys, necessities for holidays

By Emily Shockley

Members of the Christian Motorcyclists Association already are collecting toys and necessities for families in need. The Christmas in July to Christmas Everything Drive is taking place through Thanksgiving weekend. Road Capt. Kevin Riddle ...

Wreck at Clifton intersection prompts some to suggest need for traffic signal

By Staff

On Sunday afternoon, a four-door sedan pulled out of a strip mall on the east side of 32 Road, just south of D 1/2 Road, and in front of a fast-moving Dodge pickup. Some Clifton residents say the accident is just one of many they have seen ...

Liquor Store Crash Sept. 07, 2009

By Staff

A Grand Junction man is suspected of driving under the influence after crashing his sport utility vehicle through the front of a liquor store, then driving from the scene. Employees of Nick-N-Willy’s Take-N-Bake Pizza, 683 Horizon ...

rulison protesters

40 years later, dust still hasn’t settled from nuclear blast

By Dennis Webb

The ground rippled when a nuclear blast shattered the earth beneath Doghead Mountain south of Rulison 40 years ago, witnesses remember. “It was an ocean wave that came across the valley, and you could see it coming at you clear as a ...

Transit company may power buses on alternative fuel

By Staff

Mesa County is looking to get behind the wheel of the next big thing. Grand Valley Transit, the valley’s public transportation provider, is in the process of buying two buses. Last week, the Mesa County Commission urged Grand Valley ...

DOE sees way clear for mercury

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No legal trouble seen with GJ storage option Storing as many as 14,000 tons of mercury on a disposal site containing millions of tons of uranium mill tailings near Grand Junction is consistent with an agreement between the federal government ...


Canines play ball

By Amy Hamilton

High-energy breeds perform for points Local resident Wanda Allen wishes she could have a dog. She and her husband travel so much, though, it’s really not possible. That didn’t keep Allen from watching dogs of all shapes, sizes ...

Former Palisade resident loses latest appeal

By Paul Shockley

A former Palisade resident serving a prison sentence of more than three centuries lost his latest case before the Colorado Court of Appeals. In a decision released at the end of last month, a three-person panel of judges upheld a series of ...

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