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Monsoon turns Ute Canyon into perfect place to play nice

By Bill Haggerty

The word of the day is Mud. Spread the mud. You have no choice if you’re hiking around Western Colorado and Eastern Utah these days. We used to call August the Dog Days of Summer here in the desert. This month seems more like the ...

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As pristine as possible: Tiara Rado’s new No. 10 is visually appealing, intimidating

By Patrick Bahr

Bobby O’Hara honed his golf game at Tiara Rado Golf Course. The 42-year-old Grand Junction native, and head golf professional at Lincoln Park Golf Course, has played “The Rock” enough times to know what he was suppose to do ...

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Positive changes help Rocky Mountain Open grow in size, draw tougher talent

By Patrick Bahr

Nobody is going to waltz to a victory in the Enstrom’s Rocky Mountain Open. With the addition of Bookcliff Country Club, a newly renovated back nine at Tiara Rado Golf Course and a new online registration system, the field of ...

County decides Monday whether medical pot goes to voters

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Mesa County commissioners will decide Monday whether to put a question on the November ballot asking voters if they want to ban medical marijuana centers in unincorporated areas of the county. New state law gives local governments the leeway ...

Sentinel League draft board

By Tim Harty

First Round 1. Chris Johnson 2. ADRIAN PETERSON 3. Ray Rice 4. Michael Turner 5. Maurice Jones Drew 6. Drew Brees 7. Frank Gore 8. Steven Jackson 9. Andre Johnson 10. Rashard Mendenhall Second Round 1. Randy Moss 2. Aaron Rodgers 3. Peyton ...

Balanced-budget rally draws tea partiers, GOP

By The AP

DENVER — Prominent Republicans are joining tea party groups in Denver Saturday to call for a new requirement that Congress balance the federal budget. Republican Rep. Mike Coffman of Aurora, Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck and ...

Greeley man reunited with dog found in Puerto Rico

By The AP

GREELEY — When you hear the story of Francisco, you know he shouldn’t be here. He’s a dog, after all, a stray dog from a country with an estimated 400,000 stray dogs who fight every day for survival. But the story of ...

Community College might lease housing closer to school campus

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Western Colorado Community College students may have a place to call home close to class in the near future. Mesa State College is pursuing the idea of leasing an apartment complex to house students near the campus at 2508 Blichmann Ave., ...

Homegrown: Peach tree fertilizer, bindweed

By Dennis Hill

What type of fertilizer do you recommend for peach trees? I only have two trees. — Wade You’re actually a bit late in the year to be fertilizing your fruit trees. I don’t like to fertilize woody plants after the first of ...

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July jobless rate stays at 9.5 percent

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Mesa County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged from June, settling at 9.5 percent in July, according to data released Friday by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. The state unemployment rate ...

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