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Assessment complaints fewer than feared

By Staff

Mesa County Assessor Barbara Brewer is not relaxing yet, but she is breathing a mild sigh of relief. Brewer was anticipating a mad throng of property owners storming her office once they received their property valuations, which were mailed ...


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Ten-year-old girl cited for bravery

By Amy Hamilton

Tabytha Carroll has never flown on an airplane or been to Washington, D.C. But the 10-year-old Orchard Mesa girl, who fought off her attacker last year by biting him on the nose and fleeing, hopped a plane Sunday to the East Coast to attend ...


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County’s sole supplier of asphalt to close

By Staff

Routine summer maintenance of Mesa County roads may be nixed this year. SEM Group LP, the former parent company of SEM Materials, Mesa County’s sole supplier of asphalt and emulsions for chip sealing roads, is in Chapter 11 ...


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Penny Stine Column May 10, 2009

By Penny Stine

Normally, my column runs in Real Estate Weekly, where I write about the quirky little things that make life such a wonderful journey. I share the odds and ends from my own life and always hope to brighten somebody’s day with stories ...


Robin Dearing Column May 10, 2009

By Robin Dearing

The day I married my husband, Bill, nine years ago, I became a mother — well, a stepmother — to a charming and bright 9-year-old boy, Sean McCracken. A few months later I became a mother again to our daughter Margaret. Becoming a ...


Bill Ritter Column May 10, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Colorado lawmakers wrapped up their 2009 legislative session last week. Despite dealing with the worst economy in 75 years, they accomplished much for the people and businesses of this state. Among the accomplisments was the bipartisan Senate ...


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Madison, Proietti cruise past Creek to win No. 3 doubles crown

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — Emmie Madison’s smirk said it all. The Grand Junction High School tennis player patrolled the net with a sneer that oozed confidence, as her partner, Alex Proietti, served Saturday during the No. 3 doubles championship at ...


Timely hitting, solid pitching lift Mavs into regional final

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DENVER — Mesa State College was one of the last teams selected for the NCAA Division II regional softball tournament. The Mavericks apparently want to be one of the last teams to leave. Mesa State rolled into the Central sub-regional ...


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Doubles wins help Kearney upset Mesa in Central regional

By Allen Gemaehlich

All they could do on their trip to Grand Junction was talk about Florida. The University of Nebraska-Kearney women’s tennis team will get to do more than talk about it now. The Lopers will get to go after defeating Mesa State College ...


LS: Pediatrician offers motherly answers

By Ann Wright

Mothers don’t always have all the answers. Here are some answers to questions mothers ask Dr. Patrice G. Whistler, a pediatrician at Western Colorado Pediatric Associates, a division of Primary Care Partners. Q: Are there things I can ...


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