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Best of Bridge, Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Oct. 22: Sue Cox and Rocky Otto; Helen Bledsoe and Marilyn McLaughlin.  Oct. 23: Sylvia Morrison and Bledsoe; Sharon Snyder and Yvette Calderone. Oct. 24: McLaughlin and Bledsoe; Joyce Hackbert ...


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2 jailed, 1 wanted in beating on Main

By Paul Shockley

Two men have been arrested and another is wanted for allegedly beating a man unconscious in an apparent random attack in September downtown, Grand Junction police said Saturday. Marquise Evans, 21, and Jeffrey Toney, 21, both of Grand ...


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Blotter: Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

Burglary suspect sought Authorities are looking for a man who reportedly smashed a window at a convenience store and took multiple items, according to Mesa County Crime Stoppers. Grand Junction police officers were called around 5:30 a.m. ...


Personhood, gambling amendments up for vote

By Charles Ashby

Amendment 67 would add to the Colorado Constitution that the state’s criminal code and wrongful death statutes must include unborn human beings, which the proposal doesn’t define. Previous attempts to add so-called personhood ...


You Said It: Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

To the adults (including someone in a wheelchair) who felt the need to ruin a family event tonight: I have been consoling my 7-year-old daughter who can’t sleep and is having nightmares about your poor choice of costumes. Who comes ...


You Said It: Nov. 1, 2014

By Staff

To the adults (including someone in a wheelchair) who felt the need to ruin a family event tonight: I have been consoling my 7-year-old daughter who can’t sleep and is having nightmares about your poor choice of costumes. Who comes ...


PACs contribute generously to GOP candidates

By Charles Ashby

The three Grand Valley Republican candidates running for various seats in the Colorado Legislature have discovered just how much money political action committees have to offer. The three — Rep. Ray Scott, Yeulin Willett and Dan Thurlow ...


Death Notices: Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

■ Rita M. Craft, 89, Grand Junction, died Oct. 27, 2014, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel. Survivors include two sons, Howard of Weott, California, and James of Glade ...


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Sanctuary of solitude

By Bill Haggerty

Ute Canyon isn’t as long as No Thoroughfare Canyon, which, at 8.5 miles, is the longest canyon inside Colorado National Monument. Ute Canyon doesn’t feature those massive stone monoliths like Praying Hands, Kissing Couple, Coke ...


Former soigneur for U.S.P.S. cycling team details complications of life as doping whistleblower

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Irish-born Emma O’Reilly — former soigneur with the U.S. Postal Cycling Team — famously in 2003 was interviewed by journalist and author David Walsh about doping in professional cycling. Her first-hand account was key to ...


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