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Highline Hustle poised for sunny competition

By Patrick Bahr

The good news is the weather is supposed to be sunny and clear on Saturday. That means the Highline Hustle Triathlon at Highline Lake State Park won’t have a repeat of the cold and rain-soaked 2010 event. “The warmer the weather, ...

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Team Roping event to highlight Western Colorado Championships

By Patrick Bahr

Team Roping is a great example of teamwork in sports. The “header” and “heeler” will be front and center at this weekend’s Western Colorado Championships at the Mesa County Fairgrounds beginning at 9 a.m. ...


Fruita Monument enjoying offensive familiarity at Mesa State football camp

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Zach Thorpe could smile and not worry if he made the right read or made the right decision. The Fruita Monument High School quarterback doesn’t have to learn a new offense in camp this summer. “It’s more relaxed, going out, ...

GJ Wal-Mart re-opens after bomb threat

By Staff

A Grand Junction Wal-Mart was closed briefly this evening after the store received a phoned-in bomb threat, Grand Junction police said. Someone called the store at 2881 North Ave. around 6:30 p.m., claiming a bomb was inside. The store was ...

Man killed in mine accident near Somerset

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Federal officials are investigating an accident at the West Elk Mine near Somerset this evening after a 53-year-old man working there died after a fall of about eight feet. The unidentified victim was a contract construction worker, the Mine ...

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Big Sur surf spot

By Gretel Daugherty

An overflowing Colorado River makes for some rare whitewater fun.  ...

School closures to be considered for 2012-13

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A list of potential District 51 budget-saving measures for 2012-13 is likely to include the closure of Scenic or Broadway elementary. The list will be presented to the district’s school board June 21 as part of a request from the board ...

Sheriff issues restrictions for use of Mesa County rivers

By Paul Shockley

Swollen area rivers prompted the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department today to announce restrictions on the use of the Colorado and Gunnison rivers in Mesa County, while threatening violators with a $50 fine. Effective today, a ...

Drilling in Utah natural gas field gets feds’ OK

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal officials announced Thursday that drilling could soon begin on a natural gas project in eastern Utah that could include nearly 3,700 wells, create thousands of jobs and increase concerns about dangerous levels of ...

Montrose No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s easy to understand Montrose City Councilman Thomas Smits’ anger, expressed during a public meeting Tuesday night. It seems two of his colleagues on the council, Councilwomen Carol McDermott and Gail Marvel, took it upon ...

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