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Two people shot late Friday at residence on Orchard Mesa

By Carrie Marfitano

Two people were shot late Friday night in an Orchard Mesa neighborhood, according to scanner traffic. Neighbors called it a “drive-by” shooting. The incident was relayed on the scanner shortly after 10 p.m. One victim sustained ...


Briefs: Local News May 22, 2009

By Staff

Updated Youth Activity Guide out soon • The Mesa County Teen Leadership Commission is releasing an update of its comprehensive Youth Activity Guide, a guide detailing local activities for young people. The publication is divided into ...


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Youth clinic fun for all involved

By Staff

Before the Alpine Bank JUCO World Series begins, the focus turned to the kids in the annual kids clinic at Stocker Stadium on Thursday. The clinic was originally scheduled to take place at Suplizio Field, but with rain making the field muddy, ...


Easement will become part of Riverfront Trail

By Staff

A mile-and-a-half-long easement that will become part of the Riverfront Trail was ceded to Mesa County this week. The stretch of land is directly north of the Colorado River near 33 Road and comes from Ron and Kathleen Arnett, 3306 D 1/2 ...


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For the first time since 1966, all 10 teams have experience playing in World Series

By Patrick Bahr

The 2009 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series has one novel aspect about its field of teams. For the first time in 43 years, there are no first-time programs playing in the tournament. “It’s unique, but I’m not surprised ...


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10-year old engages with former Braves star as JUCO begins

By Patrick Bahr

Dale Murphy is the future of baseball. The 10-year-old Palisade Little Leaguer had the chance to meet another Dale Murphy who is working to preserve baseball’s future. Lil’ Dale Murphy, who played catcher for his Little League ...


OA Pollux Column May 22, 2009

By Ivy Parnasius

I admit that I am always on the search for the perfect handbag. I want something that is big enough to accommodate everything needed for a hectic day, yet more fashionable than a tote bag. At last, I found the right amounts of fashion and ...


Briefs: OA Block Party May 22, 2009

By Staff

With music, entertainment for the kids and a beer garden, the Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce and a number of Fruita businesses will host the second Downtown Block Party in Fruita. The party will run from 5–10 p.m. Saturday, May 23, ...


Briefs: OA On Stage May 22, 2009

By Staff

Showtime Productions “Les Miserables” musical based on the book by Victor Hugo,  2148 Broadway, 7 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, May 22–30 contains mature language and themes, $15 adults, $12 students/seniors; $30 ...


Rock Cesario Column May 22, 2009

By Rock Cesario

Back in 1991, fewer than 200 folks, including myself, were treated to what is still one of my all-time favorite concerts. My friend and former classmate, Ron Wilson of Sandstone Concerts fame, put together an incredible show featuring three ...


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