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Quite a pair: Madison Ketchem and Tommy taste success in Pinto World Show

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Madison Ketchem took one look at Tommy and fell in love. She wears his name around her neck in a custom-made pendant. When people ask, “Is Tommy your boyfriend?” or ask her mother, Cheryl, why she would let her 12-year-old ...

Kropp family enjoy playing tennis together

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For many, the Taco Bell Western Slope Open is an opportunity to play doubles with family. Kris Kropp just wishes there was enough time to participate in them all with his five children. “You want to do as much as you can with your kids ...

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Colorado’s largest bat colony flap at San Luis Valley’s Orient Mine for nightly feeding forays

By Dave Buchanan

One of Colorado’s grandest and least known wildlife watching events takes place nightly all summer at an abandoned iron ore mine in the San Luis Valley. Each evening, about 250,000 Mexican free-tail bats, the state’s largest bat ...

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Safe from the sun: Trip to Turkey Flats is perfect way to beat Grand Valley 100-degree heat

By Bill Haggerty

In July, 1977, Grand Junction set a record for number of consecutive days over 100 degrees, with 11 or 12 in a row. I’m a little bleary on that since my brain was being fried by 11 or 12 consecutive 100-degree days. Our swamp cooler ...


Learn and Serve America

By Gretel Daugherty

Kids enjoy a month of fun, education and hard work in the outdoors.  ...

Body found on Montrose canal could be missing DJ

By Charles Ashby

A body was discovered in the South Canal at Uncompahgre Road at about 9:30 this morning, the Montrose County Sheriff’s Department said today. The body has not been identified, and an autopsy will be performed to determine cause of ...

3 staffers reportedly quit McInnis camp

By Charles Ashby

Led by KUSA-Channel 9 News, several Denver television stations are reporting that three top staffers in former congressman Scott McInnis’ campaign for the GOP nomination for governor have tendered their resignations. Several of the ...

For The Record, July 17, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Andy and Julie Baker, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 30. Devin and Amy Mulford, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 30. Randy and RaeAnn Vasquez, Grand Junction, a son, June 30. Ryan P. and Ann E. Leonard, ...

Babies’ neurons firing on all cylinders

By Gary McCallister

I just returned from meeting my newest granddaughter, 3 weeks old. Babies don’t know anything. Prior to birth their whole lives have been wet, warm, quiet, almost weightless and dark. Then suddenly everything changes. Things start to get ...

Briefs, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Project to reroute North Avenue traffic All traffic on North Avenue from Sixth Street to 11th Street will be shifted to the north side of the street, with one lane going westbound and another for eastbound traffic, throughout the ...

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