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Dragway shootout: Racers vie for unique prize

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Dean Sayler decided this was the year to go all out and race with the big boys. The Grand Junction man invested in some electronics to run in his 1987 Dodge Daytona and drag race in the Super Pro Class for the first time. “The car ...

Blotter, Aug. 28, 2011

By Staff

Teen accused of drug theft A 17-year-old boy was arrested Aug. 20 on suspicion of robbery, felony menacing and theft after he allegedly threatened someone with a knife and stole marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms from the victim, according to ...

Death notices, Aug. 28, 2011

By Staff

Kenny Burroughs, 58, Grand Junction, died Aug. 25, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. A private family service will be held on Grand Mesa at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Nanette; two sons; three stepsons; one brother; one sister; and ...

Delta man suspected in 2 thefts at same store

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 27-year-old Delta man was issued a summons Wednesday on the suspicion that he stole from the same Grand Junction business he was suspected of stealing from the previous month, authorities said. Brandon Cook, 51728 Banner Road in Delta, was ...


ImPACT designed to measure severity of concussion-related symptoms

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Tyler Hernandez is pretty sure he sustained a concussion last summer. The Central High School football player was riding his bicycle when he suddenly lost control and crashed. “I was riding my bike with no hands,” he said. ...

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Turkey Flats Loop Trail a great place to spot a butterfly or two

By Bill Haggerty

Butterflies are fascinating. In everyday life, butterflies are mainly concerned with feeding, escaping from predators and finding a partner. Yet, as I hiked along Turkey Flats Loop Trail the other day, it appeared that butterflies acted more ...

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Waterfowl hunters now must reserve blinds

By Dave Buchanan

Reservations, please. Waterfowl hunters in the Grand Valley will have more to check this fall in addition to the gun, the dog and the decoys. A new reservation system for the valley’s 20 public hunting blinds has been initiated based ...

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Closing Cold Springs Mtn. for greater sage-grouse hunting a big change

By Dave Buchanan

For many hunters, summer officially is over when the greater sage-grouse season opens. That first big weekend of the 2011 hunting season this year opens Sept. 10, but there are some changes in the sage-grouse regulations that hunters must ...

Dead hiker found in Yellowstone

By The AP

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park rangers are investigating whether a man found dead along a trail was killed by a grizzly bear. The man was found Friday morning by other hikers on the Mary Mountain Trail. ...

Assistant principal faces child sex charges

By The AP

ARVADA — An assistant principal at a suburban Denver high school has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old female student. Forty-year-old Anthony Alvarez appeared in court on Friday on charges of sexual assault ...

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