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Juveniles accused of car thefts

By Charles Ashby

Two juveniles who were arrested near Yellowstone National Park last week — after a crashing a string of vehicles they had allegedly stolen — turned out to be two runaways from Delta, according to law enforcement officials in ...


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Cop still held after his arrest

By Duffy Hayes

A Grand Junction police officer accused of several counts of criminal mischief and official misconduct in a domestic violence case against his former girlfriend and her husband appeared Friday in court via video feed from the Mesa County Jail ...


Bugs in the box elder! How can we treat it?

By Dennis Hill

We have a huge (35–40 foot) box elder tree in our backyard and love it, but we have been invaded by bugs. There are hundreds of them everywhere — they are on our deck, fence, plants, etc. Is there a nonpoisonous way to get rid of ...


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Electric cars head for the hills — because they can

By Greg Ruland

Two competing Western Slope car dealers and a chain of Western Slope banks sponsored the first-ever organized scenic byway tour of western Colorado using electric vehicles. Fuoco Motor Company, Mountain Chevrolet of Glenwood Springs, and ...


Fall is here, be ready for those intruders!

By Erin McIntyre

It’s time to batten down the hatches, folks. Summer is clearly over and we’ve reached that time of year I refer to as “the invasion.” As the morning dews turn to frost, the onslaught is coming. Hordes of critters that ...


Record, Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Matthias G. Schmidt and Elizabeth S. Pollard, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 18. Glade and Sarah Garner, Grand Junction, a son, Sept. 19. Brent and Megan White, Grand Junction, a son, Sept. ...


Experiment proves shoe can be on the other foot

By Gary McCallister

One of the fun things about science is that you can do experiments on yourself. If you want to do experiments on someone else, you have to get permission from the Human Subjects In Research Committee, and they are a picky bunch. Another good ...


Loma cows, Oct. 25, 2014

By Staff

Western Slope Cattlemen’s Livestock: Market report for Oct. 1: Steers: 200 to 300 lbs., $315 to $388; 300 to 400 lbs., $315 to $388; 400 to 500 lbs., $288 to $328; 500 to 600 lbs., $270 to $300; 600 to 700 lbs., $235 to $267; 700 to 800 ...


Death notices, Oct. 4, 2014

By Staff

■ Audrey Jean Bradley, 82, Grand Junction, died Sept. 30, 2014, at Family Health West Hospital. Mrs. Bradley was a homemaker. No memorial services are planned at this time. Survivors include her husband, Jim L. of Fruita; one son, JD ...


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Democratic candidate Roman wants board of education to have influence on mandates

By Emily Shockley

The Democratic challenger for the 3rd Congressional District seat on the Colorado Board of Education wants board members to strengthen their relationships with legislators and try harder to influence how legislative mandates are carried out in ...


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