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Armed robber sought

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police were still looking Friday night for a man they suspect produced a firearm and demanded prescription drugs Friday morning at a Rite Aid store near the Mesa State College campus. Police said they believe the robbery ...


After new rules, drilling permits plummet to 34

By Dennis Webb

A last-minute torrent of drilling permits filed by energy companies under Colorado’s old oil and gas rules has been followed by a trickle of filings since new rules took effect. Barely one application a day, or 34 in total, came in to ...


Western Slope players struggle at Class 4A state tennis tournament

By Staff

PUEBLO — Once again, Montrose High School’s May May Vickers saw her state championship dreams end in the quarterfinals. The junior was upended by defending champion Sammie Watson of Kent Denver 6-2, 6-2 at No. 1 singles Thursday ...


Sports: Prep smart jock May 08, 2009

By Staff

Student-Athlete: Alex Mende School: Fruita Monument Sport: Baseball GPA: 4.148 Future: I’m going to Colorado State University What’s your major?: Right now it’s engineering sciences What are you looking forward to at ...


Sports: Prep notes and numbers May 08, 2009

By Staff

The May 1 story about the Palisade soccer team earning its first Class 4A playoff berth in 11 years noted that the color green was a good-luck charm for the team’s two seniors, Lexie Russell and Mandy Brueggman. It seems the two also ...


A mixed bag for GJ, Fruita first timers at state tennis tourney

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — The courts at the Gates Tennis Center can be intimidating for those stepping on them for the first time. Surrounded by high-rise apartment buildings in each direction, players are exposed to 20 courts, 176 players and 26 ...


Swim T Walton 5-4-9

Walton has qualified for state in nearly every individual event

By Patrick Bahr

District 51 swimmer Tyler Walton is versatile in the pool. Whatever Griffins coach Dale Leonhart needs him to swim, he can do. Walton has qualified for the May 15-16 state swim meet at Edora Pool and Ice Center in Fort Collins in the 50-yard ...


OA: Pollux Column May 08, 2009

By Ivy Parnasius

Let your inner rock star shine through with a pair of ripped, torn and frayed jeans. This fashion must-have is a mark of style and rebellion for both men and women. The key to pulling off the torn denim look is to keep the rest of the outfit ...


Briefs: OA Girls Outing May 08, 2009

By Staff

Oh, ladies, the Avalon Theatre is having a Chick Flick Day at the movies complete with champagne and strawberries, a fashion show and a live dance performance on Saturday, May 9. Doors to the theater open at 1:30 p.m. with a New York Moon ...


Briefs: OA Chasing Light Concert May 08, 2009

By Staff

The music of a Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer and sisters playing the violin and cello will highlight the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s next performance. “Chasing Light ...” is the title of the ...


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