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High winds to keep rattling valley today

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The Grand Valley today is under a double-barreled threat of heightened fire danger and potential property damage, as the area could be whipped by the strongest wind gusts ever recorded in the city. All of western Colorado and much of eastern ...


Montrose County getting close to taking over Uravan town site

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Montrose County is moving ever closer to taking over the site of the mining town of Uravan, possibly setting the stage for a museum and clearing the way for a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the town. The Montrose County Commission ...


College may defend canceling of lease

By Dennis Webb

An attorney whose firm was hired to represent Colorado Mountain College said Friday he thinks the school can legally defend its recent decision not to recognize a lease to allow a natural gas compressor station at its campus outside Glenwood ...


BLM helps Glenwood expand landfill acreage

By Dennis Webb

A 62.5-acre land acquisition at a bargain price from the federal government will help the city of Glenwood Springs extend the life of its South Canyon Landfill, the Bureau of Land Management said Friday. The BLM said it conveyed the acreage ...


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Meyer impresses

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Don Meyer was told he should see the new Mets Stadium, and while he was at it, check out the new Yankees Stadium, too. Meyer, though, told the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series banquet audience Friday night if he could see one place, it ...


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Banquet sets stage for JUCO players

By Patti Arnold

As they wandered about Two Rivers Convention Center, dozens of baseball players who will today start playing for a national championship were just a little bit in awe. A group gathered Friday evening in front of the displays from the Alpine ...


Central girls camp begins May 29

By Staff

Central High School’s girls basketball camp is from 9 a.m. until noon from May 29 to June 1 at Central. The camp is $40 per person and open to girls in grades 3–9. Assistant coach Phil Cain will be running the camp. GJHS hosts ...


Religion Briefs, May 26, 2012

By Staff

Churches to have service at JUCO Local churches and organizations have collaborated to put together a worship service during the Junior College World Series, at 8 a.m. Sunday, in the Lincoln Park bandstand area. Keynote speaker Lee James ...


For the record, May 26, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Chris and Sarah Kjellerson, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 28. Luke and Alicia Young, Grand Junction, a daughter, April 21. Robert and Sarah Neely, Grand Junction, a daughter, April 22. Joe Hart and Kendra ...


Vile cheat grass a curse upon the ankles

By Staff

Bromus tectorum is a pain in the aaa ...  ankle.  Man, I hate that stuff! It’s that stickery, grassy stuff that grows around here. The seeds get in your socks, and stick there and itch, and you can’t get them out no ...


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