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Police blotter, Aug. 5, 2011

By Staff

Arson suspected in fire A vacant home in Clifton sustained damage estimated between $30,000 and $40,000 during a Wednesday night fire that officials believe may have been set intentionally. The Clifton Fire Protection District was called at ...


Forest Service: Sawmills allowed to redo contracts

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The U.S. Forest Service said Thursday it will allow Colorado sawmills the option to renegotiate or cancel existing timber contracts as a way to stimulate the industry and reduce beetle kill. With few details provided by the ...


Tipton will be in region today; Udall makes rounds next week

By Staff

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton will be in the region today and next week. Tipton, the Republican who represents the 3rd Congressional District, will discuss the goings-on in Washington at a town hall meeting at 5:30 tonight ...


Dog fashion rules the catwalk

By Charles Ashby

Dog food bags and leashes. That’s what Julie Tierney used to make her second outfit as one of 16 contestants on Lifetime Television’s “Project Runway.” And it worked. “I was worried about everything on ...


Sports Briefs, Aug. 4, 2011

By Staff

Prep Golf Monday is first day of practice The four Mesa County School District 51 schools have announced Monday is the first day of practice for boys golf. Student-athletes at Grand Junction should meet at 9 a.m. in coach Tom ...


Barnett adds size, speed to Mav women’s hoops team

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Christal Barnett fell in love with the mountains during a visit to the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. When she was denied acceptance to Air Force, where she planned to play basketball, because of a mild case of scoliosis, she was ...


S GJHS WALKER WALKS ON SUN

Former Tigers defensive end Casey Walker walking on at CU

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Casey Walker had his sights set on the U.S. Naval Academy. When that didn’t work out, it didn’t take long for another offer to come his way. Walker took a walk-on offer from the University of Colorado and reported for camp ...


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New sponsors keep Lands End Hill Climb on track

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For a while, it looked as if the annual Lands End Hill Climb race wasn’t going to take place this year. Thanks to some recent sponsors, it’s back on schedule. The race up Lands End Road begins at 8 a.m. Saturday on Grand Mesa and ...


Auction deer

The Powderhorn auction

By Dean Humphrey

See the sights of the auction of the only ski area near Grand Junction August 4, 2011  ...


Powderhorn sells to Vail Town Council member

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Powderhorn Ski Resort will be run by Vail Town Council member and former Vail Resorts, Inc. President Andy Daly. Steve Bailey and Dean Skalla, who owned the resort for 13 years, sold the resort and some adjacent land at auction this afternoon ...


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