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Lake Powell is rising and fishing steadily improving

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,620 msl Water Temperature 58-66 F PAGE, Ariz. – Lake Powell is changing fast. Water level is rising a foot per week but the fill rate will increase dramatically over the next few weeks. Bass and crappie are in the ...


Mesa softball team moves into rankings

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By winning three of four games against Western New Mexico last weekend, the Mesa State softball team moved into the No. 10 spot in the NCAA Division II regional rankings today. The top eight teams at the end of the season are eligible for ...


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Sneak-peak of documentary to premiere at Light Gives Heat event

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Keep rockin’ the Suubi! That’s the motto of Light Gives Heat, a local non-profit organization that imports and sells handmade Suubi necklaces and purses made by women in Uganda. Suubi is an African word meaning hope, and ...


High winds close landfill; trash pickup delayed

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Some Grand Junction residential and commercial trash customers won’t have their trash picked up until Thursday, as high winds forced the closure of the Mesa County Landfill this morning, leave trash trucks unable to empty their ...


Tiara Rado Evening Ladies’ Club Golf Results April 28, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - April 28, 2010 Best 5 Consecutive Holes - Flight 1 T1st Jackie Skelton 22 T1st Chris ...


Wineries unsure of year’s crop

By Dave Buchanan

Unruly stems shoot off in multiple directions, like lightning trapped in the veins of a plant. Normally, by this time grapevines are close-cropped and orderly, simply awaiting the hot days of spring to burst out of the winter doldrums and ...


Senate endorses I-70 “zipper” lane

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Senate has endorsed adding a “zipper” lane on Interstate 70 to ease weekend traffic. Senators unanimously passed a bill today that’s aimed at prodding the Colorado Department of Transportation to ...


Back Forty added to 18-Hour Trail

By Dave Buchanan

Even if you can’t (or don’t care to) ride a mountain bike for 18 hours straight, you can enjoy the same scenery without the blisters, thanks to some new trails at Highline Lake State Park. The park recently opened a new trail, a ...


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Grants improve trails across state

By Dave Buchanan

Eighteen grants to promote and maintain volunteer trail-building efforts in Colorado were awarded recently by the Colorado State Parks Non-Motorized Trails Grant Program. The grants, worth a total of $1.4 million, are funded by GOCO, the ...


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Audubon Society readies for Spring Bird Count

By Dave Buchanan

Like the seasons, most birds come and go from our lives without much notice. The birds we see all winter and those that hang out in the summer foliage of neighborhood trees and bushes may become temporary acquaintances, but it’s those ...


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