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Getting a bit defensive: Despite big win, Central vows to improve defense

By Staff

It’s easy to assume a team’s expectations are high when after a lopsided win, the main concern is defense. Tuesday night at Central High School, the Warriors girls basketball team opened up their season with a 71-30 victory over ...


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Roling wins minor league award

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kiel Roling had no idea, but he’s been hearing a lot about his latest accomplishment. The Asheville Tourists’ first baseman and Central High School graduate was recently selected the Colorado Rockies’ minor league hitter of ...


Taking in the ‘sweeps’ smell of ratings success

By Staff

Just randomly channel surfing the local evening news during the important November “sweeps period.” *click* … Our top story: Security at GJ Regional Airport, where our investigative team discovered several potential ...


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Showing his Powers: Tigers’ senior ignites fourth-quarter rally

By Allen Gemaehlich

When the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team needed someone to take a big shot last year, it was clear who took it. This season it could be anybody. Several of them did to open the Tigers’ season with a 63-58 victory over ...


Grand Junction chamber’s survey viewed as a ‘mixed bag’

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce members are growing “cautiously optimistic” about the local economy’s future, but not the present, according to a the chamber’s director. A recent survey of local businesses ...


Death Notices, Dec. 2, 2009

By Staff

Raymond Eugene Cald-well, 91, Whitewater, died Nov. 30, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at New Elmwood Cemetery. Survivors include wife Verna Davis; sons Alvin of Henderson, Nev., Orville of Fruita, and ...


Juror criticizes Blagg’s attorney’s efforts to get new trial

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The juror whose visual impairment prompted convicted murderer Michael Blagg’s attorneys to seek a new trial fired back Tuesday, claiming her privacy and civil rights have been violated by the public disclosure of some of her medical ...


Trial for accused molester continues

By Amy Hamilton

A 4-year-old girl said in videotaped interview with police that Daniel Lyons sexually molested her and told her not to tell anyone or he’d go to jail. The video was played on a television screen Tuesday in court for jurors during the ...


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A new tool to fight the ‘quiet killer,’ carbon monoxide

By Amy Hamilton

On Monday a Redlands family did all the right things when their carbon-monoxide detector went off. They called 911 and followed dispatchers orders to open up all the doors and windows and get out of the house fast. What the family ...


Helmick eager for new romance after murder, woman says at trial

By Paul Shockley

Miriam Helmick made clear her intention to find a “sugar daddy” in the months following Alan Helmick’s murder, surfing profiles listed in online dating Web sites and expressing a preference for wealthy men who liked horses ...


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