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Biz Buzz, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

Signs covering the windows at 501 Main St. advertised a September arrival for Guild Mortgage, but co-Manager Justin Harris said construction was delayed, and Guild’s move downtown will happen in the middle of this month instead. The ...


Gray Gourmet

By Staff

Monday — Spinach lasagna, Italian vegetables, tossed salad, Emerald Isle fruit mold, Italian bread. Tuesday — Spaghetti salad with ham, peas and onions, cauliflower, blushing pears, crackers. Wednesday — Chicken cacciatore, ...


Bridge results, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Sept. 28: Rocky Otto and Dianne Jones; Audrey Murphy and Dorothy Gerharter; Anita Knaysi and Sherry Phillips. Sept. 29: Ann Johnson and Betty Johnson; Roseanne Scott and Doris Anderson; Marilyn ...


Weekly planner, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, Oct. 9 Vestafjell Lodge, Sons of Norway, annual Torsk and Kjottbolle (baked cod and Norwegian meatball dinner), 2 p.m., Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 3133 F Road, $8 for members and guests, no charge for children, take a ...


Your Town, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

We’ll start out today’s column with a do-over. Not so much a correction, mind you, but more like a clarification. It’s in regard to an event the Daughters of the American Revolution are having Oct. 22, at the Veterans ...


Palisade band sweepstakes winner at Saturday’s festival

By Staff

Palisade High School was the sweepstakes winner Saturday at the Colorado West Marching Band Festival at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction. The competition brought bands and their color guards from all over the state, which first paraded ...


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Rollover in desert injures 3 males

By Rachel Sauer

Three males were injured Saturday evening when the Chevrolet Blazer they were riding in rolled several times on 27 1/4 Road, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. One of the men was injured seriously enough to be taken to ...


Clifton Elementary improves test scores

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Clifton Elementary is among 17 Colorado schools removed from federally required improvement plans this year because of improved test scores. Schools nationwide are required by the No Child Left Behind Act to create and follow improvement ...


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Cute pups at Expo come with own Cinderella endings

By Rachel Sauer

There is a scale of irresistible adorability, starting at especially cute cupcakes and rising through fuzzy caterpillars on the move, YouTube videos of sleepy kittens, red tricycles and that hippo who’s best friends with a tortoise. At ...


Montrose County, landowners must solve differences on property access, judge says

By William Woody

Gunnison Judge Steven Patrick determined Friday that attorneys representing both the Montrose County Commission and landowners on the West End need to work out a solution in the coming weeks to allow county-hired engineers and surveyors access ...


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