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Bearcat becomes issue in campaign for sheriff

By Paul Shockley

Who’s afraid of the big, bad Bearcat? In the race for the office of Mesa County sheriff, it’s an open question and sudden issue between the two men competing on the June 24 Republican primary ballot. The future of the armored ...


Local Briefs, May 31, 2014

By Staff

Guv candidate Kopp is riding through Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Kopp started a 10-city bicycle tour of Colorado on Friday in Grand Junction. Kopp, one of four GOP candidates on the June 24 primary ballot, pedaled next to ...


Verticillium typically fatal when it comes to maple trees

By Dennis Hill

I’m sending you a photo of a maple tree that is located in Battlement Mesa and was planted almost 20 years ago. For many years it had red leaves, but the last two years, and especially this year, they are a lime green color. It was also ...


Religion Briefs, May 31, 2014

By Staff

Church of Nativity to honor animals Church of the Nativity will have its monthly service honoring animals at 5 p.m. Sunday, at the church, 2175 Broadway. All well-behaved animals (including humans) are welcome to attend Paws for a ...


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Caprock Academy graduates its 2nd set of charter school seniors

By Emily Shockley

Caprock Academy graduated its largest senior class Friday — 11 students. The 7-year-old charter school graduated its first-ever class last year with five students. Class of 2014 graduate Josie Chance, 18, of Grand Junction, said it was ...


For the Record, May 31, 2014

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Andrew and Holly Womack, Silt, a son, April 10. Ross and Kala Langstaff, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 8. Sam and Errin Kornbluth, Grand Junction, a son, May 9. Cole and Heather Malecki, Grand Junction, ...


Colorado River expected to reach peak this weekend

By Staff

Spring runoff on the Colorado River is likely to top out this weekend, followed by peak flows next week on the Gunnison River, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said. Officials hope to keep separate the peak flows of each river, which join in ...


Here’s how this cookie experiment crumbles

By Staff

For this experiment you will need two or three kinds of cookies. Large, flat cookies work best. I don’t think the ones on your computer will work, but I have never tried them. You will also need a felt tip marker of some kind and a ...


Getting It Right: May 31, 2014

By Staff

Two graphics that were published on page 10A Friday were incorrect. The graphics published showed recordings of a rockfall event near Palisade in July 2009, and of a deep well injection-related earthquake that occurred in January 2013.  ...


Death Notices, May 31, 2014

By Staff

■ Former Naturita resident Dorotha M. (Hart-Erwin) Eades, 90, died May 25, 2014, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Services were Wednesday. Survivors include one son, Denny Erwin of Montrose; three daughters, Judy Scheuerman of Naturita, ...


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