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Suspect in crash that hurt child is arrested

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man who allegedly had been drinking alcohol and rolled his vehicle, injuring a 2-year-old passenger in June, was arrested Thursday on a warrant. Michael Paul Myers, 27, 2915 Orchard Ave., No. C28, was booked into Mesa County ...


Man locates mystery date with newspaper ad

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Robert Ratte found his mystery Grand Junction woman from the Danube River, but he doesn’t know yet whether she will accompany him on a river trip from Minnesota to Florida. Ratte, a Minnesotan, bought a full-page ad in last ...


William Moyer statue unveiled at Alpine Bank

By Staff

Another Grand Valley legend sculpture will be revealed at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, in front of Alpine Bank in downtown Grand Junction. The sculpture is of William Moyer, one of the most influential businessmen in the 20th century and the ...


When parents are poseurs, children may become props

By Bob Silbernagel

Like millions of other people, I was riveted by the news story and video that tracked across the television screen Thursday afternoon. A balloon that bore a distinct resemblance to a flying saucer was floating across the Colorado sky, and ...


Bee in Palisade this weekend for first Honeybee Festival

By Staff

Palisade will be buzzing during its first annual Honeybee Festival Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16–17. The festival will celebrate the integral role honeybees play in supporting the area’s agricultural industry. Sadly, the honeybee ...


Event raises money for mammograms

By Staff

Two Rivers Winery will host the annual “Women and Wine: A Toast to Prevention” event to benefit the St. Mary’s Breast Cancer Prevention Fund from 3–6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17. Each ticket costs $30, which includes a ...


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Nowhere man: Mavs’ deBraga making impact as kick returner

By Allen Gemaehlich

Trent deBraga came to Mesa State College out of nowhere. Now, deBraga is making an impact on the Mesa State football team. The freshman took over as the Mavericks’ kickoff return mane two weeks ago. He’s run with the chance to, ...


101609 state tennis

Reicks, Morgan on a roll

By Staff

DENVER—The Grand Junction High School tandem of Charlie Reicks and Sam Morgan are a well-tuned machine on the tennis court. The seniors form the top doubles team for the Tigers, which should come as no surprise, given that this is their ...


Palisade can’t for 4A regional to start

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A two-run difference got Palisade into the postseason. By defeating Rifle by a total of two runs (5-4, 3-2), the Bulldogs clinched their first Class 4A softball postseason berth since 2004. “I’ve been talking to the girls and ...


Martinez uses kick to win district title

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From the opening gun, Fruita Monument’s Woody Seagren and Palisade’s Kevin Martinez ran step for step. At Thursday’s District 51 championships cross country race, Seagren and Martinez weaved their way around the course at ...


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