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Area births and marriages, through April 7

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Kirk Kancilia and Heather Evango, Rifle, a daughter, March 26. Cory and Denea Gordon, Grand Junction, a daughter, March 27. Allysa Capps, Grand Junction, a son, March 28. Mario Martinez and Zomara ...

Avoid meeting with wildlife officer, get new fishing licence

By Dave Buchanan

In case you haven’t looked recently at your fishing license, it expired April 1. Starting last year, fishing and small-game licenses are valid April 1 through March 31, instead of the calendar year familiar to most of us. With many ...

Ridgway State Park open for boating

By Dave Buchanan

Ridgway State Park is open for the 2010 boating season. To prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species, all trailered vessels entering and leaving the park are required to be inspected. The inspection station is open from 8 a.m. through ...

Gov. to sign bill protecting animals

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is signing a measure that will provide animals and pets protection from domestic abusers. The measure being signed today would allow judges to order suspected domestic abusers in Colorado to stay away from ...

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From music to tennis, Joe Pologar plays intensely

By Allen Gemaehlich

If Joe Pologar is not working, he’s usually playing tennis or playing a musical instrument. The Grand Junction 50-year-old doesn’t just doodle around hitting tennis balls or mess around with a guitar. Pologar, who moved to Grand ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results April 12

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - April 12, 2010 9 Hole Winners 1st Flight 1st Sue Browning 2nd Flight 1st Linda Silva 3rd ...

Valley under red flag warning

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The Grand Valley and most of the Western Slope is under a red flag warning today, as warm temperatures, strong winds and low humidity create the potential for fires to ignite and spread quickly. The warning is in effect from noon today until ...

Colorado grows more dependent on federal aid

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is growing more dependent on aid from the federal government. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 13 cents of every $1 that Coloradans earned in personal income during the fourth quarter of last year ...


British judge approves Bebb-Jones’ extradition

By The AP

LONDON — A British judge today approved the extradition of a man wanted in Colorado on suspicion of the murder of his wife. District Judge Howard Riddle rejected a claim by Marcus Bebb-Jones, 46, that a possible life sentence in the ...

Almost 11,000

By The Daily Sentinel

The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly topped the 11,000 mark last Friday, but then fell back down to close at 10,997.35. There’s nothing inherently special about 11,000, of course. But because the Dow hasn’t reached that point ...

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