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Gray Gourmet, May 16, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Polish sausage on a bun, sauerkraut, baked beans, fruit cocktail. Tuesday — Chicken tenders with dip, macaroni salad, cantaloupe, sweet potato roll. Wednesday — Spaghetti and meatballs, green beans, tossed salad, ...


Mesa baseball team knocked out of regionals

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New Mexico Highlands used a grand slam in the first inning to propel the Cowboys to an 11-8 victory over Mesa State today in an elimination game of the Central Region baseball tournament in Farmington, N.M. The Mavericks, who won the regional ...


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2010 Christian School Graduates

By William Woody

Four students from Christian Community School along with four from Quest Preparatory Academy graduate Saturday at Clifton Christian Church.  ...


Horse dies after trailer rolls into ditch

By Paul Shockley

A horse died this afternoon after a trailer hauling the animal detached from a pickup truck, sending the trailer careening into a ditch. Grand Junction police officer Allen Kwiatkowski said a 33-year-old Telluride man was driving northbound ...


Mesa softball season ends in regionals

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Mesa State’s softball team gave up six runs in the third inning today and lost 9-3 to Winona State, ending the season in the NCAA Division II Central Region tournament in Colorado Springs. The game was delayed for nearly two hours by ...


Fram’s plans can be good for the region

By The Daily Sentinel

When word of a possible new gas field becomes public, especially in the midst of a recession, people take notice. When that new gas field involves the largest federal oil and gas production unit in the state, people looking for work become ...


Man sporting panty headgear arrested under new Boulder law

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder police say homeless man who was panhandling on a highway off-ramp wearing only a pair of panties on his head is the first person to be arrested under the city’s new public nudity law. Fifty-five-year-old Glenn ...


Power largely restored after thousands in the dark in GJ, Orchard Mesa

By Paul Shockley

As of 12:30 p.m., 10 customers were still without power following an outage that left thousands in the dark in Grand Junction and Orchard Mesa, according to Xcel Energy. Some 4,632 customers were initially without service just after 10 a.m., ...


Fruita Monument drops playoff game

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The Fruita Monument HIgh School baseball team lost 3-2 to host Regis in the Class 5A District 6 tournament. The Wildcats had trouble getting past Regis starting pitcher Luke Lowery, who finished with 15 strikeouts. Fruita Monument pitcher ...


Police investigate death of toddler in vacant home

By The AP

MONUMENT — Monument police are investigating a toddler’s death after construction workers renovating a vacant home found the body in the basement. It’s not yet known how the toddler died and the coroner’s office was ...


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