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Vet: West Nile virus continues 
to infect horses, including here

By Erin McIntyre

West Nile virus continues to infect Colorado’s horses, and officials are encouraging horse owners to be vigilant about vaccinating their animals. The Colorado Department of Agriculture announced this week that 12 cases of equine West ...


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Award winner ‘gifted’ at guiding bright kids

By Katie Langford

Heather Baskin started working with gifted and talented students in School District 51 mostly by chance. Baskin, who is now the coordinator of gifted and talented programming in the district, first heard the term 11 years ago when her ...


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Blotter, Sept. 30, 2016

By Staff

ATV thief sought in Delta Delta police hope someone can provide information about a Polaris ATV and ATV trailer stolen Monday. The alleged theft happened in the 1300 block of E. Seventh St. The ATV is described as an orange 2009 Polaris ...


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Mom charged with providing
 pot to her son

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction mother has been charged with felony and misdemeanor counts after she allegedly gave marijuana to her 16-year-old son. Tammy Jo Summers, 43, was charged last week with a felony count of contributing to the delinquency of a ...


Death Notices, Sept. 30, 2016

By Staff

■ Margaret Jean Alt, 81, Grand Junction, died Aug. 19, 2016, in Quartzsite, Arizona. Services will take place at 1 p.m. Oct. 8, at Rocket Park in the Gemini Shelter. She was a treasurer. Survivors include her husband, John of ...


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East valley soon to be dialed in

By Katie Langford

One of Grand Junction’s most beloved community radio stations will soon be broadcasting loud and clear among the peach trees and vineyards of Palisade, thanks to a new translator tower installed on top of the Palisade Fire ...


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Mercy Ships founder to win highest congressional honor

By Charles Ashby

Thomas Edison. Jackie Robinson. Neil Armstrong. The Dalai Lama. Arnold Palmer. Those are only a few of the people who have won the Congressional Gold Medal, Congress’ highest expression of distinguished achievements and contributions to ...


October roundup of horses planned

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is planning later in October to round up wild horses west of Craig, with a goal of treating some with a fertility control drug and removing up to 50 young horses that would be placed into a nonprofit training and ...


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Trench battle

By Patti Arnold

They’ve had that gnawing feeling in their guts since last Nov. 7, when CSU-Pueblo put up four quick-strike touchdowns in the second half to turn a six-point game into a blowout. No player on the Colorado Mesa football team has ...


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Fruita sweeps Central in tennis regular-season finale

By Staff

The Fruita Monument boys tennis team wrapped up its regular season with a 7-0 win over Central on Thursday at Canyon View Park. Led by senior Jon Blair at
No. 1 singles, the Wildcats won all six matches in straight sets. The No. 4 ...


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