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Biz Briefcase: Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Keller Williams forms new team The Grand Junction Group at Keller Williams Colorado West Realty announced a newly formed group of real estate professionals consisting of Dianne Dinnel, Regina Stout, Peter Dinnel and Pam McKeehen.  ...


Death Notices, Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

■ Constance “Conny” Buller, 82, Grand Junction, died Aug. 12, 2014, at HopeWest Care Center. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday at St. Josepht Catholic Church. She is survived by two sons, Steven of Grand Junction and Kevin of ...


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Making it count

By Patti Arnold

You come in from college, where you were the Friday night starter, the ace of the staff. You’re used to throwing 100 or more pitches, striking guys out left and right. Hey, if you can go nine innings, go for it. You’re drafted, ...


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The tie that binds

By Eden Laase

Two pictures with the same subject matter: A girl on a horse. One picture shows a tiny girl with curly blonde hair. She is 1 year old, barely walking, barely talking, but completely at home on the horse. The second picture is of a girl, 14 ...


Blotter, Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Downtown tour ends in crash Numerous reports were made Tuesday night of a man who, after causing trouble at two local bars, eventually drove off in a truck that ended up crashing into a building along Pitkin Avenue. Charles Allen Pruitt, ...


State seeks to keep type of grouse off feds’ list

By Gary Harmon

State wildlife officials are mounting a last-ditch effort to fend off a listing of the Gunnison sage-grouse as threatened or endangered. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is due to decide by Nov. 12 whether to list the bird, the greatest ...


Student finds new species at monument

By Charles Ashby

A Colorado Mesa University graduate discovered a new species at Colorado National Monument this summer. But don’t go looking for it unless you bring along a microscope. It’s that small. What student Kaitlynn Felipe found on the ...


Voters to weigh in on collective-bargaining agreements for teachers

By Charles Ashby

A measure to ensure that school board discussions of collective bargaining agreements with school teachers are open to the public will be on this year’s ballot. The Colorado Secretary of State said proponents of the measure, a ...


Montrose wins title at Gypsum Creek

By Staff

Led by Zane Sauer’s 1-under-par 71 and runner-up finish, Montrose won the team title Wednesday at the Eagle Valley Invitational boys golf tournament. Montrose finished with 227 strokes, two better than Steamboat Springs, in the field of ...


Prep golf results, Aug. 13, 2014

By Staff

Eagle Valley Invitational Wednesday at Gypsum Creek, par 72 Team Scores 1. Montrose, 227; 2. Steamboat Springs, 229; 3. Aspen, 235; 4. Vail Mountain, 242; 5. Vail Christian, 248; 6. Battle Mountain, 250; 7. Basalt, 263; 8. Rifle, 268; 9. ...


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