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Blotter: March 03, 2009

By Staff

Cocaine in car alleged • A Mexican national living in Grand Junction was arrested Friday night on suspicion of drug distribution charges after a traffic stop in which deputies allegedly found more than 14 grams of cocaine in his ...


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City hikes golf fees to cover expenses

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Golfers are forking over a little more green this year to chip onto the greens at Grand Junction’s two municipal golf courses. The City Council on Monday night formally approved an across-the-board 8 percent hike in the cost to play a ...


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Family’s anger grows toward ‘reckless’ driver

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A Saturday morning wreck killed a mother and daughter, whose friends and relatives are growing more angry with each passing hour. Shandi Boetel, 20, and her 6-month-old daughter, Natalia Casiano, died after the collision about 1 a.m. at Fifth ...


Six million to be cut from city budget

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Stricken by a recession that has dropped Grand Junction’s sales-tax revenue for the first time in a quarter-century, city officials will slash operational spending by more than $6 million this year. City Manager Laurie Kadrich said the ...


Outdoor Junkie BLOG March 03, 2009

By Ann Driggers

By Ann Driggers | Feb. 26 6:15 p.m. There is always something slightly surreal about starting the day surrounded by red rock canyons, and then recreating in nearby snowy mountains for the remainder. But that is part of the reason why I feel ...


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Junior Mavs end hockey season

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Valley Junior Mavericks ended their season Sunday with a 3-2 loss to the Telluride Lizard Heads at the Glacier Ice Arena. The game was part of the Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League Squirt Championship tournament, which featured ...


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SOW: Jason Rison March 02, 2009

By Staff

Jason Rison believes life should never be like a cupcake without frosting because who would want that? The Central High School senior keeps his life motto as a greeting on his voicemail, “I get a lot of calls about that,” Rison ...


Despite economy, people still seek whitewater thrills

By Dave Buchanan

The promise of high water and its thrills and chills teased more than a half-million people into taking a down-river trip last summer with a Colorado commercial rafting company. Despite high gas prices and the onset of economic malaise ...


Mesa State men get opportunity to avenge loss to CSU-Pueblo

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Jim Heaps stood alone in the hallway outside the visitors’ locker room Saturday night, bent over, his hands on his knees. After a few moments, he went in and addressed the Mesa State College men’s basketball team, which had just ...


Start of the RMAC season doesn’t go well for Mesa State softball

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The start of the RMAC season did not go well for Mesa State, which was swept in a four-game series at Metro State. The Mavericks lost 5-4 in the first game Sunday and 9-2 in the second game. Lita Romero doubled home a run in the top of the ...


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