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Woman pitches tent on rooftop to raise $50,000

By Amy Hamilton

“Hi!” Carol Perry calls from the top of Smugglers’ Brew Pub, 2412 U.S. Highway 6&50. On Saturday, patrons entering the restaurant were greeted by Perry as she pitched her head over the top of the building, stated her ...


Court: Wiretaps illegal in drug case

By Paul Shockley

A series of wiretaps used by law enforcement to topple a large drug network in Mesa County were improper because the surveillance was not authorized by Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger, according to a ruling from the Colorado ...


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Juniata Reservoir headed for impaired waters list

By Emily Shockley

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Tuesday will adopt a lengthy list of Colorado waters it has deemed impaired. Despite the city of Grand Junction’s attempts to reverse the decision, the list likely will include ...


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Creative flair springs from colorful life experiences

By Sherida Warner

Once you’ve seen the work of folk artist and quilter Sue Spargo, you’ll forever recognize her signature designs. Standout characteristics are bright, contemporary colors of sumptuous hand-dyed wool appliqu&233;d with ...


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Old Gordon’s Trail is masterpiece close to home

By Staff

Which of the following is true about Colorado’s continuing education requirements for mortgage loan originators? a) Colorado requires a minimum of three hours on nontraditional mortgage loans; b) Colorado requires a minimum of three ...


Regulating the basin: Elk hunting archery licenses allocated in limited drawing

By Dave Buchanan

Elk hunters eyeing the Gunnison Basin this fall have a couple of major regulation changes to consider. This year, archery hunters can no longer purchase over-the-counter licenses for game management units 54, 55 and 551. All those licenses ...


Bulldogs’ late rally falls short in Bill Fanning Classic

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Jerid Huggins might be one of the best things to happen to the Palisade High School baseball team. The Woodland Park starting pitcher overwhelmed the Bulldogs for the first five innings Saturday before Palisade adjusted and made a late ...


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Paonia power: Eagles capture regional title

By Scott Schlaufman

Johanna Reed could hardly contain her excitement Saturday as the final seconds ticked off the clock in Paonia’s 67-35 win over Hoehne in the girls Class 2A Region 5 championship at Brownson Arena. “I’m excited,” Reed ...


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Metro State sweeps Mesa State softball team at Bergman

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Despite being swept Saturday by Metro State, Mesa State College softball coach Kris Mort isn’t concerned about her hitters. “I thought we hit the ball better in the second game,” Mort said. “We hit a lot more line ...


Police Blotter, March 7, 2010

By Staff

3 men escorted from bar Three men who visited the nightclub Cactus Canyon, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop, apparently couldn’t control their comments early Saturday morning. According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department, ...


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