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Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors Golf Results June 2, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors - June 2, 2011 Results T1st Carl W., Deany H., Rich R., Lisa R. 37 T1st Arlene H., Larry K., Coco N., Chuck ...


Tiara Rado Men’s Club June 2, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - June 2, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net F9 - Flight 1 T1st Gross Jim Bruner 37 T1st Gross Dean Robinson 37 3rd ...


More job seekers give up, reducing unemployment

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Where did all the workers go? The labor force — those who have a job or are looking for one — is getting smaller, even though the economy is growing and steadily adding jobs. That trend defies the rules of a ...


Committee proposes changes to insurer ethics

By The AP

DENVER — A special committee of the board of insurance company Pinnacol Assurance is recommending changes to the insurer’s ethics and conflicts of interest policies. A report issued by the committee Wednesday came after a review ...


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Delta student wins ‘Milk Mustache of the Year’ award

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It started with a keyword search for “weird scholarships” and ended with cash, a milk mustache and a Disney World vacation. Elias Baier, a Delta High School graduate, made every effort to find enough scholarship money to finance a ...


Crews on 2 wildfires bracing for high winds

By The AP

TRINIDAD — Crews fighting two wildfires that have burned 20 square miles in southern Colorado hope to hold ground as the winds pick up in the area. Cooler temperatures and higher humidity helped firefighters make progress Wednesday, but ...


Mining regulators hold hearings on proposed rules

By The AP

DENVER — Federal mining regulators are holding hearings this month on two proposed rules for the industry. The Mine Safety and Health Administration says one proposal deals with examinations of work areas in underground coal mines. The ...


Residents warned to stay away from rivers

By Amy Hamilton

It’s going to get hot, and with it, the temptations will increase to cool off in the river. Unless you’re an experienced rafter, though, don’t plan a float trip down local rivers in the near future, the Mesa County ...


Powderhorn Ski Resort to be sold

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Powderhorn Ski Resort will have a new owner by the time skiers hit the slopes again this winter. The 48338 Powderhorn Road property on Grand Mesa will be auctioned Aug. 4 at the resort. A time for the auction has not yet been ...


Homicide victim ‘well-liked’ at homeless facility

By Paul Shockley

An occasional visitor at a downtown Grand Junction homeless facility, the man whose body was found Friday at a transient camp was well-liked by guests and staff at the Catholic Outreach Day Center, the facility’s director said. Richard ...


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