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‘Painter of horses’ sought solace on Pinon Mesa

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High on Pinon Mesa, tucked alongside a draw, surrounded by aspen and spruce trees and a carpet of mountain grass and wildflowers sits Harold Bryant’s cabin. Bryant, a local artist who became nationally known as the “painter of ...


Briefs, July 9, 2010

By Staff

Travel class meeting tonight A meeting about a summer travel course offered by Mesa State College will be at 7 tonight in Room 110 of the new classroom building, 1400 Houston Ave. The course offers the opportunity to visit Grand ...


E-mail letters, July 9, 2010

By Staff

Tipton has experience needed to fix America Scott Tipton’s life is a reflection of the same commitment, hard work and “never give up” attitude that we should all seek in a leader. Scott has been married to his wife Jean ...


Udall to support Kagan

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Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., will vote to confirm Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court, Udall said today. Kagan, President Obama’s second nomination to the high court, demonstrated a “wide range of experiences and impressive ...


Colorado ex-trooper faces sex exploitation charge

By The AP

GREELEY — A former Colorado state trooper has been arrested on suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child after his wife allegedly found images of nude boys on a computer flash drive. Thirty-eight-year-old Brian Lee Williams of ...


Denver councilman proposes new tax on medical pot

By The AP

DENVER — A Denver City Council member wants to add a 6 percent sales tax on medical marijuana to pay for youth programs. Councilman Doug Linkhart says the tax would be on top of the current 7.72 percent sales tax collected in the city. ...


2 injured when small plane crashes in Colo. park

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — A small plane has crashed into a remote part of Rocky Mountain National Park, injuring two people from Wisconsin. Officials say a 54-year-old man and his 18-year-old daughter suffered only minor injuries ...


Settlement would lessen fine for Maes

By Charles Ashby

Attorneys for gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes and a Grand Junction man who filed a campaign finance complaint against him are expected to sign an agreement today that will end the matter. Grand Junction attorney Erik Groves said he and his ...


Little League scores, July 8, 2010

By Staff

District 1 Tournaments 9-10 Girls At Orchard Mesa Little League July 5 Game 1 — Grand Mesa 17, Fruita 7 Game 2 — Orchard Mesa 14, Monument 3 July 6 Game 3 — Orchard Mesa 5, Grand Mesa 4 Game 4 — Fruita 28, ...


Local tennis results, July 8, 2010

By Staff

Mesa County Junior League Week of July 12 High School Acers 8-2 Lobsters 8-2 Baseliners 7-3 Dropshots 4-6 Untouchables 4-6 Slicers 4-6 Dinkers 3-7 Smashers 2-8 Middle ...


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