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Fruita reaches state softball tourney

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Fruita Monument scored five runs in the fifth inning today to overcome a 5-1 deficit and defeat Grand Junction 8-5 to qualify for the Class 5A state softball tournament. A two-run double by Hannah Mahnke was the big hit for the Wildcats ...

Mesa rally falls short

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The Colorado Mesa University football team rallied from a three-touchdown deficit and nearly forced overtime before losing 28-20 to the Colorado School of Mines at Stocker Stadium. Mesa quarterback Steve Romero missed completing a pass ...

More than 100 show for Occupy Grand Junction

By Amy Hamilton

Folks from all walks of life touting various messages have converged on the lawn at the Old Mesa County Courthouse this morning. After the event started at 9 a.m., more than 100 people have passed through or are sticking around, in general ...

Weinberg, one doubles title hopes end

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DENVER - Spencer Weinberg had to settle for second place instead of a second consecutive state Class 5A No. 1 singles tennis title. Highlands Ranch senior Hayden Sabatka defeated the Grand Junction High School junior 6-1, 6-1 in the ...

September Yard of the Month

By Staff

Homeowner: Marc Cadez. Address: 2603 Partridge Court. Walk around the yard: The landscape of the September Yard of the Month, the final winning yard of the 2011 season, is meticulously maintained by Gary Wuster and his daughter Julie ...

Drip: Oct. 15, 2011

By Staff

OUTDOOR FAUCET LEAK CHECK: Now is the time to check your outdoor faucets for leaks. Fix them now before freezing temperatures force more extensive repairs. The Drought Response Information Project (DRIP) is a collaboration by the ...

Sustainability: Oct. 15, 2011

By Adele Israel

Research is essential to every aspect of developing greener, cleaner alternative vehicles. “Basic research is what feeds the innovation pipeline,” said Eric Isaacs, director of the Argonne National Laboratory in ...


Winterize your garden to be ready for next year

By Rachel Sauer

Like the people who plant them, every garden is different, a living organism with personality and heart. And, at this time of year, drooping eyelids. Winter is coming. It’s time for gardens to sleep. And it’s time for home ...

Homegrown: Oct. 15, 2011

By Dennis Hill

I have a severe infestation of flea beetles on my tomatoes and potatoes. I spray with Sevin and also with an organic spray called Pyola, which seems to slow them down for a while but doesn’t really do anything about getting rid of ...

For the record: Oct. 15, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Timothy and Alisha Buchser, Austin, a son, Sept. 25. Wayne and Crystal Sharkey, Delta, a daughter, Sept. 30. Luis D. Huerta and Euella Barajas, Delta, a son, Oct. 1. Raymond Calhoun and Katrina ...

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    Must be familiar w/stringinstrument sent up, re-strings and minor...

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