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Sports in Brief: GJ players receive All-State honors in tennis

By Staff

Prep Tennis Junction players receive All-State honors Grand Junction High School’s No. 1 doubles team of Madison Gurley and Kylie Pond received honorable mention recognition on the Denver Post Class 5A All-State girls tennis team. The ...


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Great distraction: Koch uses Highline Hustle as escape from real world

By Patrick Bahr

Winning races isn’t anything new to Kevin Koch. But at Saturday’s Highline Hustle Triathlon at Highline Lake State Park in Loma, Koch had extra motivation. Koch’s 68-year-old father Keith was diagnosed with brain cancer ...


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Wildlife Commission approves mitigation plans for diversions on upper Colorado River

By Dave Buchanan

The late, lamented Colorado River. Sounds strange in this year of neck-deep snows and waist-deep floods. But even high water isn’t enough to save the Colorado. For that, you’ll need deep pockets. When the Colorado Wildlife ...


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Forget the dirty air, follow these tips in Colorado National Monument

By Bill Haggerty

I know I’m going out on a limb here, but I think breathing dirty air is probably a health risk. Now, I don’t want to sound like one of those flamin’ liberals, but when I see flamin’ Arizona forest fires on the news, ...


Police seek 2 suspects who fled scene of knife fight

By Rachel Sauer

Two Grand Junction men are at large this evening after fleeing on foot from the scene of a suspected knife fight. The men are suspected of being involved in an incident on 26 7/8 Road near the Department of Energy building. They had been ...


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We Make It Here: Colorado Yurt Company

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Colorado Yurt Company in Montrose was started by Dan and Emma Kigar, who shared an interest in the Back-to-the-Land movement of the mid-1970s. The movement encouraged people to migrate from urban to rural areas in order to grow food ...


E-mail letters, June 11, 2011

By Staff

Obama’s energy policies put our nation at risk Two of America’s major problems are the lack of good-paying jobs and the high price of gasoline. Asinine government policies regarding the development of our nation’s abundant ...


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Biker chick, almost 87, granted her wish

By Rachel Sauer

Biker Chick took off into the wild with less of a “woooo!!!” and more of an “oh, my.” Oh, my. Oh, my! Goggles secured over her bifocals, she peeped over the rim of the sidecar. Beside her, George Krug accelerated from ...


For The Record, June 11, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Nicole Rakich, Clifton, a son, May 29. Trent and LaRisa Rundquist, Fruita, a son, May 30. Russell C. and Angela Adams, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 1. Shawn and Asia Andrews, Grand Junction, a ...


Food poisoning is intoxicating, but it sure isn’t a good time

By Gary McCallister

I don’t think, as a scientist, that I believe in karma. But on the other hand, a few weeks ago when I wrote a column delighting in the thought of mosquitoes having food poisoning, I kind of had a feeling that I shouldn’t be ...


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