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Child agency severing ties with national group

By Dennis Webb

Entities involved with a Garfield County center for neglected and abused children are moving to sever ties with a national organization that had helped it get off the ground. The board of the Childhelp River Bridge Center in Glenwood Springs ...


Global warming first topic for museum lecture series

By Matthew Berger

The “dust events” that deposit desert sand on Grand Mesa and, especially, the San Juan Mountains each spring have become more frequent and intense in the past 10 years — and are getting worse, according to Jim Donovan, ...


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Science Monday, June 18, 2012

By Staff

Researchers agree western U.S. will have more fires Almost all of North America and Europe will see increased wildfires by the end of the century, primarily because of higher temperatures across those regions, according to a team of ...


Blotter, June 18, 2012

By Staff

Suspicious man at gyms An adult male reportedly was joining local gyms to take photographs of women working out. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department took a report about the incidents June 6, but no further information was released ...


Student Spotlight, June 18, 2012

By Staff

■ Samantha J. Wilson of New Castle was named to the spring dean’s list with highest honors at McDaniel College, in Westminster, Md. ■ Taylor Blake of Loma, Jenna Hansen of Grand Junction and Collin Stewart of Carbondale were ...


Death Notices, June 18, 2012

By Staff

Richard Ackley, 85, Grand Junction, died June 15, 2012. Services will be at a later date in Santa Barbara, Calif. Mr. Ackley was a retired aerospace engineer. Survivors include his wife, Joan; two sons, Stuart of Grand Junction and Scott of ...


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GJ stop gets archer on target

By Tim Harty

It wasn’t the money that brought one of the nation’s best archers to Grand Junction. It was the practice. Boston’s Braden Gellenthien, en route to Ogden, Utah, to compete for the United States this week in the third stage of ...


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GJ swim invite doesn’t yield Olympic trial times

By Nick Walter

The pool is gaining notoriety as being fast because of its deep waters and wave suppression. But that does not mean an automatic pass to the U.S. Olympic Trials. El Pomar Natatorium for the past three days was the site of the Grand Junction ...


Ready to rock: GJ opens its season tonight in Ogden

By Patti Arnold

They’re ready. After one week of practice and one exhibition game, the Grand Junction Rockies leave this morning for their first Pioneer League series of the season at Ogden, Utah. Josh Mueller, who has the most pitching experience on ...


Wildcats win slugfest, tourney title

By Staff

The Fruita Wildcats outslugged Cheyenne Mountain for 12-10 victory Sunday and the championship of Best of the West U18 baseball tournament. Kale Smith pitched the final four innings to earn the win, while Cody Basinger Logan McLennan and Gabe ...


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