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Jussel: Broncos need some magic to top Steelers

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos have the Pittsburgh Steelers right where they want them — surely feeling overconfident and looking ahead to their next matchup against New England or Baltimore. How could it be otherwise after a week of preparing for ...


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Birds of prey to be on display as stamps from U.S. Postal Service

By Dave Buchanan

Five impressive and dominant birds of prey will be featured later this month when the U.S. Postal Service unveils its Birds of Prey stamps. These “kings of birds”  include the northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis); peregrine ...


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Powderhorn Mountain Resort puts emphasis on grooming

By Dave Buchanan

POWDERHORN MOUNTAIN RESORT — You may not notice, but there are sculptors at work every night on the slopes here. Their tools range from wide shovels to indelicate, diesel-belching snow machines with names such as Bison, Beast and ...


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Powderhorn has plenty to offer guests this time of year

By Staff

If you haven’t yet been to Powderhorn this winter, you’ve been missing something. As you and I both know (we’ve heard it many times, haven’t we?), the resort has new owners and a bright future. It doesn’t have ...


You Said It, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

I think it’s nice to ring in the New Year, but why go overboard? This is to my neighbors on Parkview. You know who you are. You have no consideration for your neighbors. You were revving up a motorcycle, honking the horn, a woman was ...


Prosecutors fight to keep trial in GJ

By Paul Shockley

An extensive remodel of Grand Junction’s federal courthouse will be done by the time both sides will be ready for the trial of a pair of former western Colorado doctors, prosecutors said in a court filing Thursday. Moreover, Assistant ...


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Realtors get real about market, get out of game

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Lori Garrison was not destined to be an aggressive salesperson. She didn’t mind the hard work of being a real estate agent. But once the Grand Junction real estate market began a tailspin in late 2008, the work got harder. The rising ...


Martinez shines for Colorado Mesa in Utah Valley Open

By Staff

James Martinez reached his second tournament final this season to lead the Colorado Mesa wrestling team in the Utah Valley Open on Saturday in Orem, Utah. The redshirt freshman from Rifle was one of four Maverick wrestlers to place in the top ...


Getting It Right, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

A Page One story Saturday should have said approximately $2 billion of Garfield County’s assessed valuation related to the oil and gas industry is based on production.  ...


Police blotter, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

DUI suspect has priors Dave Emerson, 40, 2713 B 1/2 Road, No. 132, was arrested Friday on suspicion of DUI and driving with a revoked license as a habitual traffic offender after he was pulled over for careless driving in the 400 block of ...


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