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Goodies and Gifts auctioned for less than $7K

By Emily Shockley

Everything inside Goodies and Gifts, 484 28 Road, went piecemeal at auction Wednesday for a total of $6,919. The state seized the food and novelty store and its contents two weeks ago. The business failed to forward $2,897.95 in sales tax to ...


Garfield considers air-quality testing for community where drilling planned

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County is exploring placement of air-quality-testing stations in Battlement Mesa as one response to a request from residents for a health-impact assessment prior to natural gas drilling by Antero Resources ...


DA: Officer justified in downtown shooting

By Paul Shockley

A shooting in downtown Grand Junction last month involving a National Park Service officer was self-defense, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Wednesday. Eugene Olivieri was shot once in the chest following a confrontation in the predawn ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Dec. 16, 2009

By Staff

Cherokee Trail 66, Central 50 CHEROKEE TRAIL Diamond Gillis 10 1-1 21, Christian Currington 0 2-10 2, Alfred Linear 3 2-2 8, Arthor Flores 1 0-2 2, Jay Nelson 4 1-2 9, Riley Etzel 2 0-0 4, Gage Snowbarger 3 2-2 8, Austin Evans 5 0-1 10, ...


Turnovers plague Central in loss

By Staff

The Central High School boys basketball team had a rash of turnovers that led to numerous fast-break layups for Cherokee Trail in the Warriors’ 66-50 loss Wednesday in the first round of the Hinkley Tournament. Down 12-11, Central was ...


S HOFFSCHNEIDER WREST THROW

The proving ground: Warrior Classic will give GJ’s Hoffschneider a good idea where he stands

By Allen Gemaehlich

His father wrestled and his cousins were state champions, but Jessie Hoffschneider didn’t get into wrestling until the fifth grade. “He tried to get me to do it when I was little, but I wasn’t interested,” ...


Brady Trucking wins battle; foes plan next move

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A judge has upheld a ruling that a citizens’ group didn’t collect enough signatures on a petition that sought to overturn industrial zoning along the Colorado River. The decision represents a victory for Brady Trucking, which is ...


Telluride snowboarding event jolt ski-season economy

By Dave Buchanan

The economic ripples from the 2009 Snowboardcross World Cup races this weekend at Telluride aren’t confined to businesses lining the narrow San Miguel River valley. As businesses in Telluride count the reasons they are happy to host ...


Valley Investments trio indicted

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The owner of failed Valley Investments is to appear in federal court today in Grand Junction to answer charges in connection with the failure of a company that authorities allege operated as a Ponzi scheme. The failure of Valley Investments ...


EPA finds humans guilty of expelling hazardous waste

By Rick Wagner

I’m not sure the exact day I came to realize I was hazardous waste, but I’m sure it was after the head of the Environmental Protection Agency announced that she was going to declare carbon dioxide a pollutant. The realization that ...


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