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Clifton man accused of molesting girl, photographing assault

By Amy Hamilton

A 38-year-old Clifton man was arrested Tuesday after sending a Web camera, with instructions to send back naked images, to an out-of-state, undercover police officer who was operating a child-predator sting. Robert Arthur Brewster included ...


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Lounge open for hookah, cigars

By Tim Harty

Code 69 and Blue Mist have been the most popular, but the shisha that goes into Michelle Barnum’s hookah is Safari Melon Dew. When she opens that container of Starbuzz shisha, the smell of honeydew melon in the sugar-cured tobacco makes ...


UPDATE: Lost snowmobiler found on Grand Mesa

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A Cedaredge man who got lost during a solo snowmobiling trip on Grand Mesa spent Tuesday night outdoors but was found in good condition this afternoon, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Eric Smirow, 64, was found just ...


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Elk foundation’s GJ chapter leads in fundraising

By Dave Buchanan

While western Colorado is world-renowned for its elk hunting, the local chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is almost as well-known for its fundraising. According to the elk foundation, the Grand Junction chapter is the ...


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Snowmass hosts clinic for disabled veterans

By Dave Buchanan

Don’t be giving up on snow sports quite yet. This week’s Outside Connection takes us to Snowmass Ski Resort for a day at the 24th annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. Jointly sponsored by the Department of ...


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It’s still Sweet for foundation chairman

By Dave Buchanan

After 21 years of heading up what’s possibly the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s most-active chapter, Terry Sweet has no intentions, thank you, of stepping aside. “Oh, hey, I’m still having fun and enjoying myself ...


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Over the Top, Comics market

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob thinks the valuable market for comics books is over the top.  ...


Printed letters, April 1, 2010

By Staff

Natural gas produces greenhouse gases Natural gas is being promoted by the industry as a transition fuel that is cleaner for the environment than oil or coal. Yet the consumption of natural gas still puts greenhouse hydrocarbons, including ...


UPDATE: Armed robber on loose

By Staff

Authorities are asking for public help to identify the man who brandished a gun and demanded drugs at a Fruitvale pharmacy today. At approximately 4:30 p.m., a white man between 35 and 45 years, walked into the Rite Aid, 2992 F Road, wearing ...


Legislature takes aim at businesses once more

By Rick Wagner

The clay pigeon shoot of Colorado business taking place under the Capitol dome continues unabated this week as state lawmakers zero in on what surely must be important legislation to pull Colorado out of this deep economic downturn. In that ...


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