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Garfield authorities end search for body

By Staff

Garfield County crews Thursday concluded a search mission after a second day of scouring the Colorado River following reports Wednesday of one or more people being seen in the river. Garfield County Search and Rescue and Sheriff’s ...


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Fiesta Guadalajara reopens

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction Mexican restaurant that tore down its home to build a larger, fancier restaurant, opens back up for business today. Fiesta Guadalajara, 710 North Ave., on the corner of North Avenue and Seventh Street, shines inside and out. ...


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Down time for upscale housing

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Two years ago, downtown Grand Junction seemed primed to make the transition from part-time tourist attraction and local hangout to full-time neighborhood with upscale housing. Developer Shane Burton had completed his renovation of the Reed ...


Sharon Poling, Broadway Elementary, retired

‘I miss my kids.…’

By Debra Dobbins

“I loved my job, and I miss my kids,” retired teacher Sharon Poling said after being photographed Monday. As noted in the letter below, she was loved in return. On the final day of Teacher Appreciation Week, students express thanks ...


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GOP governor candidates square off

By Charles Ashby

Evergreen businessman Dan Maes and former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis took a few shots at each other, but Democrats drew more of their fire Thursday during a debate sponsored by the Western Colorado Conservative Alliance. The two Republican ...


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How the West was won: Eight-run sixth inning gives Palisade WSL title

By Patrick Bahr

Mike Seriani is the type of athlete who gets it done when it counts. Thursday at Suplizio Field, the Palisade High School baseball player bounced back from giving up six runs in 11⁄3 innings to spark an eight-run rally in the sixth ...


Weather halts game with Mavs tied 1-1

By Staff

Lightning in Kearney, Neb., caused the suspension of Mesa State’s RMAC baseball tournament game Thursday night against Nebraska-Kearney. The teams were tied 1-1 in the bottom of the seventh inning when lightning near Memorial Field ...


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Double the fun: Prinster, Pond epitomize Tigers’ success at doubles

By Patrick Bahr

Success in doubles has a lot to do with finding two players who mesh, even if they have different demeanors. Grand Junction High School tennis coach Carol Elliott thinks she has that with the No. 2 doubles team of Margeaux Prinster and Kylie ...


Second half offensive effort helps Grand Junction top Fruita

By Scott Schlaufman

If Thursday night’s 9-3 win over Fruita Monument was the last time that the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team took the field this year, they left their coach pleased. “Everything we’ve worked for this season, ...


Prep baseball scores May 6, 2010

By Staff

Palisade 10, Delta 8 Thursday at Suplizio Field Delta 240 011 0 — 8 8 5 Palisade 002 008 X — 10 8 2 Ethan Kraai, Austin Watson (6) and Robert Simpson; Mike Seriani, Cody Krabbe (2) and Zach Hughes. WP — Krabbe. LP — ...


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