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Tipton against tax hikes, wants more energy jobs

By Amy Hamilton

Fiscal responsibility and debt reduction would be the first two orders of business for Scott Tipton, if he gets elected to the 3rd Congressional District seat. Tipton, a Republican state representative from Cortez, asked about 60 people who ...


Police Blotter, Jan. 31, 2010

By Staff

Suspected drunken driver A Grand Junction man targeted by police for allegedly driving too fast on icy roads Thursday was issued a summons on suspicion of several other driving violations, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


Central, Grand Junction dominate on mat in SWL victories

By Staff

The Central and Grand Junction high school wrestling teams dominated Saturday in Southwestern League dual victories. Central (14-4, 3-1 SWL) had four pins and seven decisions in a 58-11 rout of Durango. The Warriors’ Matthew Gurule ...


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‘Buddy’ case a rarity

By Emily Shockley

The dog’s hip bones, vertebrae and ribs protruded through her short black fur. She hadn’t eaten in so long that her stomach couldn’t hold down food. Out of energy, she could no longer walk. Without a veterinarian putting her ...


Your Town, Jan. 31, 2010

By Staff

An open letter to a rodent: Dear Mr. Groundhog (aka Punxsatawney Phil), Would it be too much trouble — when you emerge from your cozy hibernation early Tuesday morning — that you do everything imaginably possible to see your ...


Gray Gourmet, Jan. 31, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Chicken nuggets with dipping sauce, tater tots, pickled beets, tropical fruit. Tuesday — Baked ham with raisin sauce, au gratin potatoes, rainbow salad, cranberry mold. Wednesday — Lasagna, green beans, tossed ...


Best of Bridge, Jan. 31, 2010

By Staff

Jan. 20: Helen Bledsoe and Carolyn Wiley; Kathy Worden and Rocky Otto; John Turner and Jack Goodell. Jan. 21, north/south: Joanne Williams and Paul Hackbert; Pat Kelley and Worden; Don Burgess and Helen Pfost. East/west: Charles White and ...


Traffic Alert,  Jan. 31, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: Main Street Uplift: Main Street is closed between First Street and Fourth Street. The Fourth and Main street intersection will remain open until construction ...


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Snowshoeing at Mud Springs on Glade Park can be romantic trek

By Bill Haggerty

“Virginia is for Lovers” is the tourism/travel slogan of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Since 1969, it has become a well recognized part of American jargon. Well, I’m here to tell you “Snowshoeing is for ...


Protecting rafting: Bill would halt companies from being sued for trespassing while floating

By Dave Buchanan

The long-standing and oft-contentious battle over whether a river runner legally can float through private property may get the ultimate test this year. Rep. Kathleen Curry of Gunnison has introduced a bill into the state Legislature aimed at ...


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