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Biz Buzz, June 19, 2011

By Staff

A pair of Fruita couples think they can do what their predecessors couldn’t: maintain a thriving brew pub in downtown Fruita. Co-owners Fred and Terri Martinez and Jerry and Rochelle Tufly hope to open Suds Bros. Brewery at 127 E. Aspen ...

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Montrose horse racing

By William Woody

Images from the Black Canyon Racing Association horse races held Saturday at the Montrose County Fairgrounds.  ...

UPDATE: Teen’s body recovered after suspected drowning

By Paul Shockley

Divers this evening recovered the body of a boy believed to have drowned in a fishing accident on a private lake on east Orchard Mesa. The boy, 17, was fishing alone in a kayak just east of 499 34 3/4 Road, when he apparently jumped into the ...

Having fun with chemistry takes an active imagination

By Gary McCallister

It’s June and I haven’t even told you that 2011 is the International Year of Chemistry. How big is that? I mean, it’s international! Why isn’t this in the news? I have to admit that I have a bit of a love/hate ...

Religion Briefs, June 18, 2011

By Staff

Methodists to host musical ministry The Cornells will present their uplifting family vocal harmony musical ministry at 7 p.m. Thursday at Crossroads United Methodist Church, 599 30 Road. Call 242-0577 for information. Heritage Church to ...

For the Record, June 18, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Matthew McDowell and Elicia Griffee, Grand Junction, a son, May 24. Matt and Felicia Daniels, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 27. Michael Cannell and Tanya Christians, Grand Junction, a son, June 2. Zane ...

Inmate suspected in scissor stabbing at Community Corrections

By Paul Shockley

An inmate at Mesa County Community Corrections is accused of inflicting minor injuries on two staff members by stabbing them with sewing scissors. Paul Savage, 22, was booked into the Mesa County Jail on Friday for suspicion of three counts ...

Report: Tipton, Perlmutter have potential conflict

By The AP

DENVER — A newspaper reports that two of Colorado’s nine member Congressional delegation have potential conflicts between their finances and assignments in Congress. The Denver Post reports that Republican Rep. Scott Tipton owns ...

Woman dies in fall near Red Rocks amphitheater

By The AP

MORRISON — A woman has died in a fall on a rock formation near the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre west of Denver. Jefferson County sheriff’s spokesman Mark Techmeyer says the fall happened Friday afternoon on a formation southeast ...

Jury convicts man in 30-year-old murder case

By The AP

DENVER — A 54-year-old man has been convicted of fatally stabbing a woman in Denver three decades ago. A jury convicted Roderick Elias of first-degree murder Friday after a two-week trial. The victim was 22-year-old Kristen Swanson, who ...

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