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Study considers fences, wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

Good fences make good neighbors, Robert Frost once wrote, and good fences also make good wildlife neighbors. Anyone familiar with Colorado’s fence-lined rural roads is equally familiar with the sight of birds and big-game animals caught ...


060210 OUTside connection

This weekend offers free fishing

By Dave Buchanan

While there aren’t many things in life that truly are free, this week’s Outside Connection comes close. Saturday and Sunday are the annual Free Fishing Weekend sponsored by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, and it’s free in ...


Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club June 2, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Day Ladies' League - June 2, 2010 Step Aside Scramble 1st Karen E., Pam M., Judy B. 70 T2nd Charlene F., Joyce T., Marlene J., Glynora C. ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results June 2, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Sr. Men's League - June 2, 2010 1st Flight 1st Merle Whaley   T2nd David Summers   T2nd Mike ...


E-mail letters, June 2, 2010

By Staff

Board working to address budget issues The Board of Education, administration and staff of District 51 have been working to overcome the challenges posed by decreasing revenues and shrinking resources. This commitment was demonstrated this ...


Suthers, Garnett, hold first AG debate

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s candidates for attorney general will debate at the University of Denver. Republican incumbent John Suthers is facing a re-election challenge from Democratic Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett. Suthers was ...


Ted Haggard to start new church in Colo. Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Ted Haggard, the former megachurch pastor who fell from grace amid a sex scandal, is starting a new church in Colorado Springs. Haggard made the announcement today during a news conference at his home, three weeks ...


City will move operations for parks workers

By Emily Shockley

City of Grand Junction parks operations employees could move out of an aging Quonset hut in Lincoln Park as early as this fall, according to City Parks and Recreation Director Rob Schoeber. About 45 forestry, horticulture, parks maintenance, ...


New image sought for alternative education

By Emily Shockley

Alternative education may get an alternative name in School District 51. Ron Roybal, director of alternative education, said “alternative” can conjure less-than-desirable images in some people’s minds. He will begin hosting ...


Purchase of tents the ‘right thing,’ chief says

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper on Tuesday said he personally approved the purchase of 11 new tents for transients who claimed their property was damaged at the hands of three of his officers early last month. But Camper stopped short ...


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