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You say you want a resolution

By Steve Beauregard

It’s time to make those New Year’s resolutions so that you’ll be healthier, happier and more productive for the entire upcoming year, or at least until mid-January when you break your resolutions and return back to your lazy, ...


Missing horses not abandoned, owner says

By Amy Hamilton

A Glade Park man whose three horses were found by searchers on Dec. 21 insists he didn’t abandon the animals. Bob Cunningham said he was scouting for hunting terrain on Pinon Mesa in late October when the three horses, two mares more ...


New homes to offer resources, sanctuary for people with disabilities

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa Developmental Services will break ground today on construction of three new group homes that will be specially designed for people with severe disabilities. The homes are slated to absorb 24 of the 32 clients who currently live at the ...


Attorney for alleged Ponzi schemer wants off case

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction attorney representing the accused head of Valley Investments wants off the case, citing pretrial publicity. “Counsel is informed that the government will be seeking to have this case tried in Grand Junction,” ...


Driver faces charges in I-70 rollover

By Paul Shockley

A California trucker faces charges after authorities allege he caused his semitrailer to roll on Interstate 70 near the Colorado-Utah line early Tuesday, scattering a load of tomatoes on the roadway and slowing traffic for roughly 10 ...


Blotter, Dec. 30, 2009

By Staff

Infant in good condition A Montrose infant who police feared was badly injured after falling out of a cart over the weekend is healthy and in good condition. Police were looking for a 1994 Ford Escort station wagon. Witnesses said the baby ...


Hoop practice on break 12-2

Rule change helps hoops teams stay in shape

By Staff

The winter high school sports season in Colorado has always been broken into before Christmas, and after Christmas. Traditionally the three weeks of competition to begin the season would come to a screeching halt because of a no contact rule ...


No-fly zone: Central grad Garland a key part of Air Force’s stout pass defense

By Allen Gemaehlich

Being on the cover of a magazine or guide usually is a jinx. Not so for Air Force Academy nose guard Ben Garland. The Central High School graduate, who is on the cover of the Air Force football media guide this year, made the All-Mountain ...


Death Notices, Dec. 30, 2009

By Staff

Max O. Bizer, 87, Grand Junction, died Dec. 28, 2009, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Gospel Way Baptist Church. Burial will be at the Grand Junction Memorial Gardens. Mr. Bizer owned an auto parts ...


Slowdown to continue during 2010

By Staff

As little as a year and a half ago, it seemed energy companies couldn’t drill fast enough as they sought to tap some of the trillions of cubic feet of natural gas along the north side of Energy Alley in western Colorado. Starting in ...


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