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Accused pimp made thousands, police say

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The classified ad for Fuji Oriental Therapy Massage featured a picture of an attractive woman and offered services including a sauna, steam beds and a body shampoo. But court records released Tuesday portray a seedy side of the Horizon Drive ...

Demand for homes with Energy Star designation rises as consumers eye savings

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Fritz Diether goes where the wind blows — and makes sure the hole letting in cold air is plugged up. Diether, of Frostbusters and Coolth Inc. of Grand Junction, put a home under construction in Loma to the test to determine whether it ...

FD: Dixie Burmeister Column December 03, 2008

By Dixie Burmeister

Thanksgiving turkey and leftovers should be but a memory by now. If they’re still in the frig, say goodbye and toss ‘em. Due to Thanksgiving insecurities, however, I have enough cranberries in the freezer to last until National ...

Mesa State students begin second prom dress drive

By Staff

Alison Deshotels will measure the success of her club’s second annual prom dress drive by how much space she loses at her house. The Mesa State College student will lead the Sociology Club’s collection of used prom dresses from ...

Fleming fills middle gaps in volleyball

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Dave Fleming knew exactly what he was looking for during the early recruiting period for volleyball. Middle blockers. The Mesa State College volleyball coach landed two, and found a setter to boot. And he’s not finished, although he ...

Mavs sign seven commits in softball

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Kris Mort has used the same recruiting formula for the Mesa State College softball team for 15 years and has always hit about .500. She’ll make offers to 10 players and get commitments from five. Offer eight, sign four. During the ...


Mobile Junction: December 02, 2008

By Amy Hamilton

Decorator breaks arm on big night • Professional Christmas light decorator Wes Hamon labored about 50 hours making downtown Grand Junction sparkle. But Hamon, who runs Polar Lites, nearly missed his shining moment during Friday ...

Witness reports aid search for New Castle woman, 54

By Dennis Webb

Utah rescue crews on Monday continued their search for a New Castle woman who has been missing for more than two weeks. Over the weekend, searchers received some reassurance that they are focusing on the right area when witnesses came forward ...

Developer of high-end townhomes puts project near CMC-Spring Valley on hold

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A 48-unit townhome project near Glenwood Springs was granted a one-year delay by Garfield County commissioners Monday after the developer cited current economic conditions. Developer Hayden Rader said in an interview ...

First big storm heightens avalanche danger

By Dave Buchanan

Despite reporting record snowfall, Colorado escaped last winter with only five avalanche-related fatalities. Although avalanche forecasters will tell you five deaths is five too many, the number might have been a lot worse. “Last year ...

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