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Volunteers clear the way at Skyway

By Dave Buchanan

Members of the Grand Mesa Nordic Council and other volunteers spent Saturday making sure there will be smooth skiing at Skyway when winter finally arrives. Approximately 25 volunteers, including Nordic Council members, members of the Colorado ...


Outside Briefs, Oct. 1, 2014

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado Parks and Wildlife seeks info on illegal bull killing Information is being sought by Colorado Parks and Wildlife concerning the illegal killing of a bull elk Sept. 11 in the West Meadows subdivision near Telluride. According to ...


Bird fall-out, but this time it’s a good thing

By Dave Buchanan

Birders love fall-out. Not the nuclear type, but rather the avian type, when flocks of migrating birds take a rest stop while flying against the storms heading up from Mexico. The Grand Valley Audubon Society’s bird-banding station at ...


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Father of infant appears at vigil

By Duffy Hayes

The young man who is the biological father of Angel Place — the 11-month-old child who died Sept. 17 after injuries sustained while in the care of a local foster family — appeared in court Tuesday on multiple counts of violating a ...


Getting It Right, Oct. 1, 2014

By Staff

A story on Page 1A Tuesday about the fallout from a 2010 lawsuit filed against several Mesa County Sheriff’s Office employees should have said sheriff candidate Mike Harlow did not want to give his background records to Kevin McCarney, ...


Cable company’s customers need new set-up boxes

By Gary Harmon

Grand Valley cable television subscribers will need to add set-top boxes from Charter Communications by Oct. 28, or lose their signals. Subscribers by now should have received letters from Charter (NASDAQ: CHTR) saying that they will need ...


New Castle school earns national honor

By Dennis Webb

Elk Creek Elementary in New Castle is one of 337 facilities nationwide to be named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2014 by the U.S. Department of Education. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced the award recipients ...


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Candidates for sheriff: Drones invaluable

By Charles Ashby

Sen. Steve King became a popular punching bag Tuesday at the Grand Junction Lions Club debate of the three candidates for Mesa County sheriff whose names will appear on the November ballot. The first three questions asked of candidates Matt ...


Death Notices, Oct. 1, 2014

By Staff

■ JoAnn Grosshans, 80, Eckert, died Aug. 22, 2014, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cedaredge Methodist Church. Burial will be at 11 a.m. Sunday at Yampa City Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Gerald; three ...


Blotter, Oct. 1, 2014

By Staff

Gun violation alleged A man was booked into the Mesa County Jail Monday night, accused of pointing a gun at a man at Dairy Queen, 709 North Ave., because the victim “was not looking at him right,” according to court testimony ...


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