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View sandhill cranes at Eckert Crane Days

By Staff

Winter is coming to an end, and that means the cranes are coming. The annual Eckert Crane Days is March 18-20, and it will give people the opportunity to view the sandhill cranes migrating north from New Mexico through Colorado’s ...


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SHOOTING WITH A GOAL

By Dale Shrull

Time to lock, load and make ready. And start shooting with cash and fame in the cross hairs. The Rocky Mountain Gun Club is where to load and shoot with the ultimate target being a spot in the finals of the Outdoor Channel’s American ...


Fruita GEAR-ing up for twist on old festival

By Amy Hamilton

A new twist on an annual event should bring even more energy and more outdoor retailers to the Grand Valley to sell their wares. Grand Junction has played host to the Manufactured Outdoor Gear, or MOG, Festival for the past 12 years. This ...


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Blotter, March 13, 2016

By Staff

Suspects in gas theft sought Crime Stoppers is seeking information about possible suspects involved in a gas theft by bad check from January. Just after 4 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 14, a newer model white SUV with dark tinted windows pulled up ...


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John Davis challenges Justman for GOP seat

By Gary Harmon

John Davis, the owner of Blue Star Industries in Grand Junction, already knows the county better than the commission that runs it, Davis said. That’s why he is running for one of the two seats up for election this year, Davis ...


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Cat helps mother cope with grief

By Katie Langford

Christine Beauchan is living through the unimaginable. She lost her son, Nick, to suicide last year, and the grief has knocked her off her feet. When one of her beloved cats died and the other — which belonged to Nick — ran away, ...


You Said It, March 13, 2016

By Staff

The city wants to raise taxes to build an arena, even though the jobs it might bring in will be, for the most part, minimum wage jobs once the facility is built. What is it going to cost the taxpayers each year over and above the debt service ...


Harris, Fresno St. beat CSU in MWC Tourney semis

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Marvelle Harris scored 19 points and second-seeded Fresno State beat No. 6 seed Colorado State 64-56 Friday night in the Mountain West Conference Tournament semifinals. The Bulldogs (24-9), who have won seven in a row and ...


Retrofitted: Mike Cavanaugh of Breckenridge’s Brown Hotel

By The AP

FRISCO — There’s more than a century’s worth of treasure under the floorboards and hidden in the ceilings at the Brown Hotel. It’s a quiet Thursday morning in March when Mike Cavanaugh, longtime proprietor at the ...


Blotter, March 12, 2016

By Staff

Man gets bond on violation A man out on bond on a reported sexual assault on a child charge was before a judge Friday, accused of violating his bond conditions by having contact with a child under the age of 18. Julian Herrera, 53, ...


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