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Yoga stink eye

Flap with Facebook employee over texting in class gets yoga instructor fired

By The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO — Looks may not kill, but they can get you fired. That’s what a Northern California yoga instructor found after leading sessions at Facebook’s Menlo Park campus. The instructor, Alice Van Ness, said she got ...


Nine Mesa County businesses cited in liquor sting

By Staff

Employees at nine of 111 Mesa County businesses targeted Wednesday during underage alcohol sale stings were cited, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Police said in a release the following businesses were ticketed last night in an ...


Email letters, July 12, 2012

By Staff

Homeless people should be called what they are: human beings with basic rights Thank you so much for the opportunity to share our new mentoring program, One For One, with the people of Grand Junction. Since the article on July 3, Grand Valley ...


Tiara Rado Men’s Club Golf Results July 12, 2012

By Julie Norman

Tiara Rado Men's League - July 12, 2012 Chapman - Front 9 - Flight 1 1st Gross Jim B., Dean R. 31 T2nd Gross Darrin B., Travis B. 35 T2nd ...


Kym’s League Golf Results July 12, 2012

By Julie Norman

Kym's League - July 12, 2012 Individual Play 1st Chris Brubaker 34 T2nd Sandy Brubaker 36 T2nd Dustin ...


Man charged over pat on the back for hotel clerk

By The Associated Press

ASPEN — A Castle Rock man is facing assault charges after he gave an Aspen hotel clerk a pat on the back. The clerk says the man slapped him hard after he gave the man’s wife another key to get into their hotel room following a ...


Acting commerce secretary visiting Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Acting U.S. Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank and the head of the federal Patent Office are visiting Colorado. Blank and David Kappos, director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, will participate in a panel discussion ...


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Loma girl, with camel, headed to her first Mesa County Fair

By Melinda Mawdsley

At the far end of a gravel road, several miles northwest of Loma, lives ones of the youngest participants in this year’s Mesa County Fair. He also might be the cutest. The handsome guy likely to draw a crowd is Cinnamon, a domesticated ...


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Brown wants to remain trustee

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Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown will reapply for the position he resigned at the governor’s request. Brown said he would apply for the post shortly after conducting the weekly auction of foreclosed properties on Wednesday, in ...


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They’re just pitching in

By Staff

Variety is essential to success for the Monument 11-year-old Boys Little League team. With each new inning Wednesday came a new pitcher. What didn’t vary was the results: outs. Monument used four different pitchers for each of the four ...


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