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Over the Top: Obama’s pic

Over the Top: Obama’s birth certificate

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Obama’s birth certificate still a conspiracy?  ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League May 23, 2012

By Julie Norman

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - May 23, 2012 First Flight 1st Ron Boyce   2nd Jerry Haberland   3rd Wes ...


Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club May 23, 2012

By Julie Norman

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - May 23 Jinx - Flight 1 1st Delores Brown 57 2nd Linda Barrett 58 3rd Karen ...


Rabid bat found near Denver Zoo bird exhibit

By The Associated Press

DENVER – Colorado health officials are warning visitors to the Denver Zoo that a rabid bat was found outside the bird exhibit on Sunday. State veterinarian Elisabeth Lawaczeck urged parents on Wednesday to ask their children if they ...


Email letters, May 23, 2012

By Staff

Excerpt from poem illustrates Memorial Day’s true meaning A lot of Memorial Day commercial hype is going on these days. It is really the time when we all should remember what this day really means. An excerpt from “For the ...


Email letters, May 23, 2012

By Staff

Excerpt from poem illustrates Memorial Day’s true meaning A lot of Memorial Day commercial hype is going on these days. It is really the time when we all should remember what this day really means. An excerpt from “For the ...


Two displaced by early morning GJ house fire

By Staff

Two adults were displaced this morning after a fire that damaged a home and attached garage at 628 Melody Lane, the Grand Junction Fire Department said in a release. Residents were awakened by a loud noise from the garage and a neighbor ...


Music Scene: May 25–31

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Rather than riding off into the sunset, you’ll find this cowboy on stage performing country rock and country western. The Sunset Cowboy will perform at his birthday bash on Friday, May 25, at Cruiser’s Bar, 715 Horizon Drive. The ...


Colorado Springs officer punched at car wreck

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs police officer suffered minor injuries when he was punched in the face while investigating a car accident. The officer says he found two women arguing early Wednesday after he arrived to investigate ...


Pueblo schools to get more drug-sniffing dogs

By The Associated Press

PUEBLO — Pueblo schools are getting more drug-sniffing dogs after a test program helped curb crime. This year, the dogs are being used at South and Central high, using dogs to check lockers, classrooms and parking lots. Authorities say ...


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