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Tsunami-tossed ghost ship spotted off western Canada

By The Associated Press

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A large fishing vessel swept away by the tsunami that devastated Japan last year has been spotted adrift off British Columbia in western Canada. Jeff Olsson of Victoria’s Joint rescue coordination ...

Triple Played: For some musicians, talent runs in family

By Rock Cesario

It is not uncommon for children to follow in their parents’ footsteps. You see it in many different aspects of life. Professional, political, business, family, sports and entertainment come to mind. I don’t know if it will happen ...

Western Slope communities get grants to improve arts

By Melinda Mawdsley

The North Fork Valley area in Delta County was awarded a $2,000 grant from the state to further enhance the artistic vibrancy of the area. The Emerging Creative District designation recently given to the Paonia, Hotchkiss and Crawford area ...

Birth Art Exhibit in downtown gallery through April 17

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The amazing experience of human birth is the subject of an exhibit on display at Planet Earth & the 4 Directions Gallery, 524 Colorado Ave. A reception for the Birth Art Exhibit is set for 6–8 p.m. Friday, March 30, at the ...

Coal lease decision upheld on appeal

By Dennis Webb

A U.S. Department of Interior board today upheld a Bureau of Land Management decision to lease 786 acres of federal coal for development in the Elk Creek Mine near Somerset. The BLM decided last year to hold a lease sale in response to an ...

Email letters, March 28, 2012

By Staff

Mother hopes son’s stolen military items will be returned Our son happened to be in Grand Junction on his journey home to California from New York. Someone must have seen the backpack and Tupperware bowl on the seat of his car and ...

Nike, Reebok in fight over Tebow apparel

By The Associated Press

NEW YORK – Nike went to court Wednesday to prove that Reebok is no shoo-in to promote New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow on apparel. Nike Inc. claimed in a lawsuit in U.S. District Court that Reebok International Ltd. has used ...

Durango scaling back ski passes for healthier, aging skiers

By The Associated Press

DURANGO — A Colorado ski resort is scaling back ski passes for aging skiers because they are getting healthier. Purgatory at Durango Mountain says people in their 60s and 70s are living longer, healthier lives and are more active later ...

Pueblo officials seeking homes for more than 65 abused animals

By The Associated Press

PUEBLO — Pueblo animal officials are trying to find permanent homes for more than 65 animals that were seized due to abuse. The animals were seized by the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region in January. They include horses, donkeys, ...

Federal fire crews taking over Conifer wildfire

By The Associated Press

CONIFER – Federal fire crews are planning to take the offensive in containing a 7-square-mile blaze that may have claimed two lives and destroyed dozens of homes in the mountains southwest of Denver. Authorities on Wednesday will try to ...

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