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Calendar: June 15-21

By Staff

FRIDAY, JUNE 15 Cas Haley with Pineapple Crackers Duo, doors 8 p.m., Mesa Theater and Lounge, 538 Main St., $10, all ages, 241-1717. Stacy Mathers, Patsy Cline sound-alike, Family Concert in the Park presented by Christian Women’s ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies League Results June 12, 2012

By Julie Norman

Bookcliff Ladies' League - June 12, 2012 Results 1st Marty J., Kay A., Danny P., Rebecca W.   2nd Kelly H., Debbie M., Vivian O., Helena ...


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UPDATE: Two arrested in Orchard Mesa RV arson

By Paul Shockley

Two men were arrested today in connection with an early-morning fire that killed one person inside a parked recreational vehicle at an Orchard Mesa property. Lucas John Schultz, 22, and Julius P. Sutton, 26, were booked at the Mesa County ...


Authorities trying to ID body found on bank of Roaring Fork

By The Associated Press

ASPEN— Authorities are still trying to identify a body found Saturday by a fisherman along the Roaring Fork River outside of Woody Creek. The body appears to be a white man about 50 to 60 years old. The man appeared to be lying on his ...


Warm, windy day expected today at scene of High Park fire

By The Associated Press

LAPORTE — Firefighters are bracing for warmer, windy weather as a major wildfire continues to spread in northern Colorado. Authorities say the body of one person has been found and they are continuing Tuesday to assess the damage on 64 ...


Salt Lake City’s vehicle idling law gets little respect

By The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY— Jodi Miller likes her coffee as much as anyone, but she admits to feeling guilty idling her car with a half-dozen others at a coffee shack on a residential street corner. Miller knows Salt Lake City recently passed a law ...


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Gale-force push for wind-power tax credit

By Matthew Berger

The push to extend a tax credit for electricity generated by wind power is gaining steam this week as industry representatives meet in Atlanta for an annual conference. Among the delegations will be representatives of Grand Junction-based ...


Sheriffs to discuss working relationship with feds

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Western Slope sheriffs are stressing their good working relationships with the federal government in advance of what is billed as a sheriff’s roundtable to discuss the “constitutional sheriffs movement” and “burdensome ...


State AG forecasts health-law vote tally

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Without predicting the way the U.S. Supreme Court will decide, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said it’s likely the outcome can be explained by the numbers. Should the nation’s high court uphold the constitutionality of ...


Cedaredge teen going to California burn unit

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J.D. TenNapel will fly to Sacramento, Calif., this morning to receive treatment for first- and second-degree burns he sustained Friday while trying to warn neighbors of a fire in his Cedaredge neighborhood. A doctor at Shriners Hospital for ...


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