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Arrest warrant issued for transient sent to ND

By The AP

ASPEN — An Aspen judge has issued an arrest warrant for a homeless man whose relocation to North Dakota sparked an outcry. According to the Aspen Daily News, the judge issued a bench warrant for Jimmy Baldwin on Tuesday after he missed ...


Tebow played through injuries in playoff loss

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Tim Tebow is expected to make a full recovery, without surgery, from rib, lung and chest injuries he sustained in the Denver Broncos’ loss at New England in an AFC divisional playoff game last weekend. ESPN first ...


Girl born to mom hit by lightning

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A southern Colorado mother-to-be hit by lightning last summer has given birth to a healthy baby girl. Stephanie Alberti was just 13 weeks pregnant when she was hit by lightning while she was at a race track cheering ...


Bridges, Padgett lead Wildcats

By Staff

Boys Basketball Bridges, Padgett lead Wildcats Drew Bridges scored 26 points Alex Padgett added 24 on Tuesday as Fruita Monument defeated Glenwood Springs 74-34. Fruita Monument (11-2) held Glenwood Springs (7-7) to two second-quarter ...


Printed letters, Jan. 19, 2012

By Staff

In John Borgen’s Jan. 12 letter, he begs to see a jobs plan from the Republicans. This is totally disingenuous, as liberals continually look for solutions to problems of their own making. Here’s a jobs plan for Borgen: Get the ...


Mesa men want to end road struggles

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Little things can make all the difference, especially on the road. The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team is finding that out this season. The Mavericks have lost four of their five road games this season by a combined six ...


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Mavericks’ Donarski close to realizing his mat potential

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There have been times Trevor Donarski looks like he can be an All-American. The Colorado Mesa University wrestler has placed in some open tournaments and tangled with some of the best, but he hasn’t blossomed into one of them ... ...


Tess on the Town: Trends for 2012: Sea salt, home roasted coffee, ceramic-coated pans, Wagyu beef

By Tess Furey

Sifting through the predictions for 2012 from the world’s food trends gurus, I was struck by the strange and rarefied elements of what have become in vogue. Most of us will never see the existential creations served in the finest ...


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Music scene: Jan. 20-26

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Riders in the Sky will bring its brand of comedy and western music to Grand Junction with a performance at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. Following the trails carved by Sons of the Pioneers, Gene Autry and Roy ...


On Stage, Jan. 20-26

By Staff

Showtime Productions “The Woman in Black,” 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 26–28, Grand Valley Community Theatre, 448 Main St., $15, 361-0243.  ...


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