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Donation buys phone cards for war medics to call home

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Delta-Montrose Electric Association recently donated money to purchase phone cards for members of the Montrose-based 928th Area Support Medical Company of the Colorado National Guard to stay in touch with loved ones during ...


School cuts energy use by 24%, saving $44,000

By Dennis Webb

Coal Ridge High School finished in the top 10 percent in an Environmental Protection Agency contest to encourage reduced use of energy in buildings. The school, located east of Silt, cut its energy use by nearly 24 percent in a year’s ...


Death notices, Nov. 6, 2011

By Staff

Howard W. Berkman, 64, Paonia, died Oct. 29, 2011, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Memorial services will be at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia, with a pot-luck supper to follow. Survivors include ...


Police blotter, Nov. 6, 2011

By Staff

Bike stunt gone awry? If someone tried to do an Evel Knievel over the canal in the 1900 block of M Road, they didn’t make it. Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies found a motorcycle in the canal Wednesday morning, but no one ...


Jussel: Reality is, the Broncos need to stick with Tebow

By Rick Jussel

So much for “… and they lived happily ever after.” It’s time for a reality show. Mark Schlereth, longtime Bronco offensive lineman and current NFL analyst with ESPN, suggested several weeks ago that the Denver Bronco ...


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Early forecasts say upland bird season should be fantastic

By Dave Buchanan

More than 260,000 acres of pheasant and quail habitat on private lands in eastern Colorado will be open this fall to upland bird hunters when the season opens Nov. 12. The total includes 45,000 acres newly enrolled in Colorado Park and ...


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Taking photographs of albino fawns has become natural for GJ’s Clymer family

By Dave Buchanan

The photo accompanying this entry shows the latest in what has become a bit of a tradition for Pat and Jackie Clymer of Grand Junction. The pied, pinto-ish fawn in the photo was seen this September on Piñon Mesa in an area where the ...


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Despite the mud, Ribbon Trail is a great hike close to Grand Junction

By Bill Haggerty

My friend Elaine Rau raved about the Pollock Bench Trail the other day. “Gorgeous,” she gushed. “Drop-dead gorgeous. Jaw-dropping gorgeous. Spectacular.” “The rock formations in those canyons are ...


Errors hurt Palisade volleyball team in regionals

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Palisade High School’s volleyball team made some errors at inopportune times as the Bulldogs lost all three matches in the Class 4A Region A and were eliminated. Roosevelt defeated Palisade in four games, Niwot defeated the Bulldogs in ...


Colorado Mesa defeats Adams State in home finale

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Colorado Mesa returned an interception for a touchdown to defeat Adams State College 20-13 in the Mavericks home finale at Stocker Stadium. It was Mesa’s first home win of the season. Redshirt freshman Travis McRae intercepted Adams ...


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