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Warriors overpower Indians in first tennis match of season

By Tim Harty

Wednesday’s dominating performance likely will be a rarity for the Central High School boys tennis team. The Warriors are young and inexperienced, and that won’t bode well against the established programs that soon will come ...

Padlo’s double lifts GJ Rockies past Idaho Falls

By Staff

Kevin Padlo hit a three-run double in the fifth inning to give Grand Junction the lead for good as the Rockies defeated Idaho Falls 7-3 in a Pioneer League baseball game shortened to seven innings by rain Wednesday. After rain led to the ...


Buescher retiring from state government

By Charles Ashby

Bernie Buescher is coming home. The former Grand Junction state representative and secretary of state who’s spent that past 3 1/2 years working in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced this week that he’s ...

Board approves purchase of lesser-priced truck

By Gary Harmon

Employees at Grand Junction Regional Airport will now tool around the runway in a new GMC Sierra pickup, one of the plain-jane variety. The Airport Authority board on Tuesday approved the purchase of the gasoline-fueled pickup for ...

Denver man 
goes on trial 
in bank heist

By Dennis Webb

A Denver man also suspected of bank robberies in Clifton and Colorado Springs went on trial this week in connection with a robbery at US Bank in Glenwood Springs. Jury selection concluded Tuesday and opening arguments were presented the same ...

Blotter, Aug. 21, 2014

By Staff

Bank robbery in Olathe The Bank of Colorado in Olathe, 500 U.S. Highway 50 Business Loop, was robbed at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to a spokesman with the FBI. A call to the Olathe Police Department was not returned, and the ...

Proposal would require labeling of genetically altered food

By Charles Ashby

A fourth measure qualified for the fall ballot Wednesday, an initiative that would require any food that is genetically engineered to be labeled as such. Under rules established by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, genetically engineered ...

Briefs, Aug. 21, 2014

By Staff

Candidate forum scheduled tonight Freedom! Colorado will host a candidate forum at 6:30 tonight at the Grand Junction City Auditorium, 250 N. Fifth St. The featured races are Mesa County Sheriff, Mesa County Commissioner District 2, Mesa ...

Hate group stickers left at Clifton park

By Paul Shockley

Stickers associated with a group calling itself the American Nazi Party have reportedly turned up recently at a Clifton park. A Mesa County Sheriff’s Office incident report says a deputy responded Sunday on a report from a local man ...

Getting It Right, Aug. 21, 2014

By Staff

An item in the Biz Buzz column on Page 1B Sunday misspelled the name of Culinary Corner owner Beth Zanski.  ...

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