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The blame goes to the Broncos for ending up in this playoff mess

By Staff

First, let’s place the blame where the blame is due. The Denver Broncos are in this mess because they couldn’t beat two dregs when needed, the Washington Redskins in a midseason contest and the Oakland Raiders only two weeks ago, ...


Making a choice: Choosing where to go for college athletics is a personal decision

By Staff

Grand Junction High School’s Aaron Berk isn’t afraid to talk about his goals when it comes to his career path. Berk wants to play professional baseball, and doesn’t care how he gets there. With that in my mind, the talented ...


Sixth sense: Aschwander wins sixth straight Skyway Skuffle

By Staff

Dave Aschwander is establishing a dynasty on snow. The 41-year-old Cedaredge resident won his sixth straight Skyway Skuffle cross-country ski race Saturday at Skyway on Grand Mesa. Aschwander finished first overall out of more than 50 racers ...


DOW manages wildlife areas to serve animals, working to prevent crime

By Staff

I wrote a column about Walter Walker State Wildlife Area a few months ago. It’s easy to find: Take the Riverside Parkway west past 24 Road where it turns into River Road. Travel another 2.7 miles and turn left just before River Road goes ...


Long layoff leads to big loss for Mesa St.

By Staff

Long periods of time away from the basketball court are rarely a good thing in a sport predicated on maintaining momentum. Saturday night, the Mesa State College women’s team felt the effects of a 17-day break from games, losing 73-53 ...


Bennet says his health bill amendment inspired by Grand Junction care system

By Emily Shockley

A health bill amendment authored by U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., would save Medicare $18 billion by offering incentives to health care communities that mirror Grand Junction’s model. Bennet discussed his amendment to health care ...


Downtown Uplift project to close Main Street beginning Monday

By Emily Shockley

Construction begins Monday on the Downtown Uplift project, which will close Main Street from east of First Street to west of Fourth Street through June. The second half of the project, stretching along Main from Fourth Street to Seventh ...


Best of Bridge, Jan. 3, 2010

By Staff

Dec. 28: Jack Goodell and Betty Johnson; Anita Knaysi and Linda Marah; Daphne Bevill and Cheryl Spray. Dec. 29:  Marilyn McLaughlin and Carolyn Wiley; Ann McFarland and Jean Dixon; Linda Scibienski and Linda Deaton. Dec. 30: ...


Fruita family loses home to fire, but generosity of others saves Christmas

By Emily Shockley

While the Hanvey family spent Christmas Eve picking through the remains of their Fruita home after a fire the night before, Grand Valley residents pulled together to give them a Merry Christmas. And for that support the family wanted to ...


You Said It, Jan. 3, 2010

By Staff

“Thank you for your service” was all he said as he passed our table at the Village Inn. Soon, our waitress said our dinner was paid for by the gentleman (and veteran) who wished to remain anonymous. I would like to take this ...


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