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Grand Junction Rockies rally in ninth inning to get past Ogden

By Staff

The Grand Junction Rockies were facing yet another one-run game Tuesday night as the second half of the Pioneer League season began. In the first half, the Rockies (21-18, 1-0) lost six of seven one-run games. Instead, they flipped that ...


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Young mutton buster wows Rim Rock Rodeo crowd

By Eden Laase

Every now and then an unfamiliar face arrives at the Rim Rock Rodeo and dominates the competition. That’s what happened Tuesday, when Dylan Adams entered the arena to try his luck against more experienced riders in the mutton ...


Grand Junction Rockies box, July 28, 2015

By Staff

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Business filings are
 up, versus 
a year ago

By Charles Ashby

Business filings with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office for the second quarter of the year may be down from the first three months of 2015, but they are up over this time last year, Secretary of State Wayne Williams says. In the ...


Blotter, July 29, 2015

By Staff

Noise citation at tavern A noise complaint drew Grand Junction police officers early Sunday to the 1400 block of West Sherwood, but when police arrived they noticed that the excessive noise was coming from Volleys, 330 North Ave. Police ...


GJ dentist guilty of 
tax fraud

By Paul Shockley

The former owner of a Grand Junction dental practice, who was ordered by state regulators to stop practicing dentistry for failing to use gloves while working on patients, faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to tax ...


Schools get Lions money for tech, music projects

By Staff

Two local schools will use a combined $12,000 from the Grand Junction Lions Club to buy new music and technology equipment for their students. The Lions Club handed over a $7,500 check to Wingate Elementary and a $4,500 check to Clifton ...


Citizens, GarCo execs meet today with energy commission

By Staff

Officials with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission are headed to Rifle today for a public meeting with local government representatives. Following that, a number of groups of concerned citizens will meet with commission ...


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Oil and gas industry group rejects
efforts to add land to compromise

By Gary Harmon

A compromise intended to resolve controversial energy leases on Thompson Divide could lose the support of an industry organization that complained about efforts by U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo, to include lands unrelated to the divide in ...


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Garfield, school official part ways

By Emily Shockley

A resolution hastily added to a Garfield Re-2 School Board agenda and approved unanimously Tuesday morning will allow the board’s president and secretary to sign a separation agreement promising Superintendent Susan Birdsey up to ...


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