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Finding the right home in the right area for the right price

By Penny Stine

Home prices have fallen across the Grand Valley, but it’s still difficult to find an attractive home, in a comfortable neighborhood, for less than $100,000. Some first-time buyers or retirees looking to downsize may not want to spend ...


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Diving in: Path to state swim championships has been different for Tigers’ McLean

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Gillian McLean’s route to the one-meter diving board hasn’t been very traditional. Before beginning competitive diving in November, the only dives McLean had mastered were the cannonball and jack-knife. The Grand Junction High ...


Sports in Brief: Mesa women in fourth at RMAC meet

By Staff

College Swimming Mesa women in fourth at RMAC meet Mesa State’s Katie Wedel won the 200-yard individual medley to lead the 25th-ranked Mavericks to fourth place Thursday in the RMAC Championships in Arvada. Mesa State is in fourth ...


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2nd-quarter drought costly for Bulldogs

By Scott Schlaufman

Talk about a turnaround. On Thursday night, the Eagle Valley girls basketball team went into Palisade High School still stinging from a 24-point loss to the Bulldogs earlier in the season. But when they left the gym, the Devils had a big ...


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Devils dominate ‘Dogs: Ramsey’s big second half keys win for Eagle Valley

By Scott Schlaufman

At 6-foot, 5-inches, Zeth Ramsey still has a few inches on most high school basketball players. On Thursday night, the junior guard for Eagle Valley found himself using that height to his advantage, swatting balls, grabbing rebounds and ...


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Back on the mat: Bonine filling leadership role for Paonia since return

By Allen Gemaehlich

Paonia High School wrestling coach Andy Pipher knew Preston Bonine could be one of the best wrestlers he’s coached. “I remember coaching him when he was in the fourth grade at a pee wee tournament,” Pipher said. “He ...


Olympics TV Schedule

By Staff

Winter Olympics TV Schedule All Times MST Subject to change Friday, Feb. 12 (DAY 1) NBC 5:30-10 p.m. — Opening Ceremony-Parade of Nations and Lighting of the Olympic Cauldron (LIVE); Ski Jumping-Individual K-90 Competition. 11:35 ...


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Former toll road now a trail in the monument

By Kathy Jordan

The Gordon Ferry and Toll Road to Pinon Mesa wasn’t a superhighway in its day. In fact, it was said to be an extremely rough road. Nor was it the only access to Pinon Mesa. Some other roads were Jacob’s Ladder, Ute Trail and Billy ...


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Man gets 34 years in robbery, kidnapping

By Paul Shockley

A judge Thursday praised a quick-thinking Grand Junction liquor store clerk while sentencing a man to 34 years in prison for a related robbery and kidnapping in October. Casey Martinez, 31, managed to elude 30-year-old Daniel Washington the ...


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Assault suspect’s scars used as evidence

By Amy Hamilton

In a Mesa County trial that has included numerous sex toys as evidence, the defendant on Thursday was allowed by a judge to briefly wear shorts to show scars on his upper legs to the jury. Rodney Eddy, 68, of Mesa, is on trial fighting 36 ...


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