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County honored for work on historic cabin

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County will be recognized Monday for work restoring a historic cabin, which now is surrounded by the Long Family Memorial Park. The Grand Junction Historical Preservation Board will present Mesa County commissioners with an award ...

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Service Tuesday for surgeon Ted Sadler

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A memorial service for retired Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt Sadler Jr., M.D., will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church. Ted Sadler, as he was best known, helped establish the cardiac-care program at St. Mary’s ...

GarCo judge put on leave

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County Judge Jason Jovanovich has been placed on leave. Jon Sarche, spokesman for the Colorado State Court Administrator’s Office, said in an e-mail that Jovanovich is on leave, but he couldn’t provide further ...

Mesa baseball team advances

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Mesa State scored seven runs in the sixth inning this afternoon to defeat CSU-Pueblo 9-2 and stay alive in the RMAC baseball tournament in Kearney, Neb. The Mavericks, who lost 2-1 this morning in the completion of Thursday’s suspended ...

Mesa softball team reaches championship game

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Sara Jordan threw her second shutout of the RMAC softball tournament today, scattering seven hits to lead Mesa State to a 4-0 victory over Regis University. The Mavericks (23-18) advanced to Saturday’s championship game against either ...

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Gardens break new ground with modern dance

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

One might expect that a vivid sunset shining over a succulent garden could inspire a painter or a writer, but what about a dancer? Laura Bradley and Matthew Lindstrom, coproducers of Push/Don’t Pull Dance Theatre, looked at the sandy ...

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Kannah Creek brew wins World Beer Cup

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

If you’re going to drink beer this weekend, why not drink the best? Kannah Creek Brewing Company’s Lands End Amber won the 2010 World Beer Cup in Chicago in April. The golden light amber was entered in the German-style Brown ...

E-mail letters, May 7, 2010

By Staff

Fly the flag proudly, no matter who it upsets Recently there was a story about students being removed from school for wearing shirts with the American flag. Well, near as I can remember this is still America. If people are born in the United ...

Maverick tennis team loses

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The Mesa State College women’s tennis team lost three close doubles matches in the championship match of the regional tournament today in St. Cloud, Minn., losing 5-0 to St. Cloud State. The Huskies advance to the NCAA Division II ...

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Fiesta Guadalajara celebrates grand opening

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It was back to business as usual at the new Fiesta Guadalajara restaurant, 710 North Ave., which opened its brand new doors to the lunch crowd Friday morning. Customers were blown away by the interior of the new building, complete with a ...

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