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Buck camp: 10-points ahead in GOP race

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Ken Buck’s campaign for U.S. Senate is touting a 10-point lead over Jane Norton in their matchup for the Republican nomination for the seat, according to a poll released Friday by Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies. Buck paid Magellan ...


Elam Classic tennis results, June 11, 2010

By Staff

Elam Classic Friday at Canyon View Park Singles First Round Paul Williams def. Dan MacDonald 6-2, 6-2; Damon Gillette def. Nathan Work 6-0, 6-0; Calix Van Lier def. Jordan Wasden 6-0, 6-4; Phillip Eilers def. Nick Provenza 6-0, 6-1; Rob ...


Police blotter: June 12, 2010

By Staff

Mutual threats, vandalism Four Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to a report Thursday that two men were threatening each other and vandalizing property. An investigation determined the threats were mutual and the ...


Religion briefs: June 12, 2010

By Staff

Baptist revival slated for next week The annual Rocky Mountain Baptist Revival will be Sunday through Wednesday at Landmark Baptist Church, 2711 Unaweep Ave. Speakers are Bob Gray from Longview Baptist Temple in Longview, Texas, Pastor Mike ...


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Splish, splash! I was doing the dishes

By Annie Payne

“Who cut their hair on the couch?” “Why does the dog have one blue paw?” “Where did all the kitchen chairs go?” These and many more questions like these are not a good way to start summer vacation. My ...


Homegrown: Aspen trees

By Dennis Hill

We planted aspen trees several years ago and they have done well. We started with three trees and they now number 30 or so. We are now threatened by tiny little “eggshells” on some of the trees. We’ve been told it is a ...


SustainAbility: Rifle roundtable

By Adele Israel

On May 26, I attended the 2010 Alliance for Sustainable Colorado Regional Sustainability Roundtable in Rifle. Grand Junction was well represented with 17 of the 65 event participants hailing from the Grand Valley. You may not be aware that ...


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It’s a sad day: Closing of Glacier bums skaters out

By Patrick Bahr

When the Glacier Ice Arena announced it will close next week, it sent a shockwave through the skating community in the Grand Valley. The mood Friday in the four-year-old building was melancholy. “There are a lot of regulars coming in ...


Investor sought to save ice arena

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Bob Coslett still is hoping something will happen to keep The Glacier Ice Arena in business, or at least rejuvenate it some day. Coslett, the general manager of the arena, said Friday that inquiries were coming in after the owners announced ...


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Suspect accused in murder-for-hire plot

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An Orchard Mesa woman awaiting trial on charges she stabbed a man to death in January is now accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill two witnesses. Mesa County Judge Bruce Raaum on Friday advised 20-year-old Amy Adamson that she could be ...


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