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Foster family buys two sites near ski resort

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Family of former state legislator and skiing enthusiast Bill Foster plan to write another chapter in the history of Powderhorn as the new owners of two development sites near the ski resort. The late Foster, namesake of “Bill’s ...


State resurfacing eight interstate bridges

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Transportation has started to rehabilitate eight bridges on Interstate 70 west of Fruita, but the work has nothing to do with any high-river damage. The project, which will take until November to complete, is to ...


Blotter, Aug. 6, 2011

By Staff

Vandals target DOW truck The Grand Junction Police Department on Friday was looking for a pair of men, possibly in their late teens, suspected of vandalizing a Colorado Division of Wildlife officer’s pickup. The men, wearing ...


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Meeting aims to ‘take back’ riverfront

By Amy Hamilton

Before Friday, Linde Marshall hadn’t been back to the Colorado Riverfront Trail since an incident that scared her months ago. In early spring, she was pregnant and walking along the trail next to her 3-year-old daughter, who was on a ...


Petitions out for recall of Montrose board

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Clerk and Recorder’s office issued three approved petitions Friday afternoon to Recall Montrose, the citizen-led effort to recall Montrose County Commissioners Gary Ellis, Ron Henderson and David ...


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For 20th year, city employees sponsor clothing drive at Lincoln Park

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

People lined up early Friday afternoon in anticipation of the City of Grand Junction Employees’ Association’s annual clothing giveaway. This is the 20th year the giveaway has taken place at Lincoln Park Barn, and many people in ...


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Palisade home to high and dry builder of boats

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Being landlocked between peach trees and desert doesn’t stop Jim Thayer from building boats strong enough to sail the ocean’s currents. “This is a terrible place to be building boats, but I like it here,” Thayer said ...


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Building Bulldogs: Cameron Campbell’s no-hitter caps solid season for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School baseball player Cameron Campbell already knew the unwritten rules of a no-hitter. There’s the obvious — not talking about the no-no in progress — but Campbell learned the hard way about switching gloves ...


Outdoor ice rink looking for backers: Open date is Nov. 1

By Patrick Bahr

An outdoor ice rink in Grand Junction is moving closer to reality. But first, Ice Skating Inc. needs a little help. The group is attempting to raise $225,000 to fund the facility that plans to have outdoor ice for hockey in early ...


Rocky Mountain Bicycle Tour starts Sunday in Grand Junction

By Staff

The Colorado Rocky Mountain Bicycle Tour is beginning and ending in Grand Junction. The fifth annual ride starts Sunday at Grand Junction High School at 6:30 a.m., with riders making their way to Hotchkiss. Stops in Gunnison, Crested Butte, ...


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