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Tiara Rado Ladies Club Golf Results April 6, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - April 6, 2011 Opening Scramble 2011 1st Lyn F., Jodi M., Carolyn M., Joann D. 65 T2nd Liz K., Margie C., Karin B., Janice ...


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Special Olympics ‘Dream Team’ declared state champs

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

After six years of hard work and three previous attempts at the title, the Cherry Pickers basketball team won the Special Olympics State Basketball Tournament. “I think it was just such a great achievement for them to make it to the ...


Sens. Udall push for renewable energy standard

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — U.S. Sens. Tom Udall of New Mexico and Mark Udall of Colorado are pushing legislation that would establish a national renewable energy standard for electric utilities. The bill introduced by the first cousins would ...


Firefighters gain ground on northern Colo. blaze

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Authorities say firefighters have made significant progress in containing a 5-square-mile wildfire in northern Colorado. The fire in the Larimer County foothills was listed as 45 percent contained today. Authorities say ...


About 53K Colo. fed workers could be furloughed

By The AP

DENVER — Federal workers in Colorado could be furloughed if lawmakers in Washington can’t reach a budget agreement. The Denver Post reported today that more than 53,000 federal employees in the state could be affected. Federal ...


Website provides voluntary fracking data

By Dennis Webb

Several energy companies operating in northwest Colorado have agreed to publicly disclose on a new website information regarding the constituents of hydraulic fracturing fluids used in specific wells. The site, http://www.fracfocus.org, is ...


GJ man’s courage near Moab makes list of Carnegie heroes

By Staff

A Grand Junction man who saved a family of four from drowning last year near Moab, Utah, was among the 20 winners of Carnegie medals for heroism announced late Wednesday. Kenneth M. Goss, 38, a deliveryman for Sentinel Express, was driving ...


Medical pot shops out of business

By Amy Hamilton

Effective today, medical marijuana shops in Grand Junction cannot sell marijuana or marijuana-infused products as a result of a ban approved by city voters. Anyone convicted of selling marijuana from a dispensary is subject to a fine of ...


Exiting officials want to choose new council member

By Amy Hamilton

Two Grand Junction City Council members with a few weeks left in their terms will help appoint a replacement that other council members will work with for at least the next two years. Council members Gregg Palmer and Bruce Hill, who are ...


Continental Airlines unveils flights from GJ to Houston starting in May

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Continental Airlines will fly nonstop twice a day between Grand Junction and Houston beginning May 3, linking two major energy-industry hubs and boosting local residents’ access to Latin America and the Caribbean. About 50 people turned ...


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