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Corner on the yard sale market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For more than a decade, Dave McDonald has built a reputation for being the best yard saler in town. Every spring he opens “Dave’s Famous Yard Sale” in front of his home on the corner of 26th Street and Orchard ...

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‘Step out of your comfort zone,’ graduate tells younger students

By Amy Hamilton

No seniors graduated from Pear Park Baptist School last year and only one senior graduated the year before. So having four seniors graduate from the school Friday night made for an especially joyous ceremony. “We’ve had ...

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Crash puts car in canal; Grand Junction woman gets ticket

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction woman received a summons Wednesday after driving her vehicle into the Redlands Power Canal on Rosevale Road. Charla Flint, 27, who allegedly walked away from her sinking vehicle and failed to notify authorities after crashing ...

Detective plans to challenge GarCo sheriff

By Dennis Webb

Doug Winters learned a thing or two about life in the public spotlight as the lead Eagle County detective in the rape case involving NBA star Kobe Bryant. Now the Rifle resident is stepping back into that spotlight by challenging incumbent ...

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Video, tip lead to man’s arrest in store break-in

By Staff

An anonymous tip based on security camera images has led to an arrest in a break-in of the Catherine Store outside Carbondale, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said. Dylan Martin, 20, 17605 Highway 82 in Carbondale, was arrested ...

All JUCO games can be seen live online

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Bill Brownell’s company, Panhandle Sports Broadcasting at http://www.psblive.com, was calling games for local radio stations a few years back. “Then we discovered the Internet,” Brownell said. “We found it allowed us a ...

School approved for 4-year degrees

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Mountain College will be seeking approval from its accrediting body after Gov. Bill Ritter signed a bill Thursday letting the school offer up to five bachelor’s degrees. Ritter signed the measure at CMC’s Breckenridge ...

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After decline, sales tax report shows slight glimmer of hope

By Staff

Grand Valley shoppers showed signs of shedding their reluctance to buy toward the end of the first quarter of this year, but their purchases remained well below what they spent in the first three months of 2009. After a January in which Mesa ...

City budgets $0 this year for severance tax revenue

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The city of Grand Junction is budgeting zero dollars for severance tax and federal mineral lease revenue this year. Both taxes are paid by companies that extract natural resources. Severance taxes are from the state, and federal mineral lease ...

Fired landfill manager hit with seven charges

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Wednesday filed seven charges against former Mesa County landfill manager Bob Edmiston, including felony counts of stalking and embezzlement of public property. The formal charges — which were identical to the counts ...

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