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Balloon flight should land better oversight of Heene family

By Staff

The infamous Colorado balloon hoax appears to be drifting toward a conclusion, now that Richard and Mayumi Heene have pleaded guilty to falsely reporting that their 6-year-old son, Falcon, was trapped in a small weather balloon that was ...


HOUSING TAX CREDIT 11-12 2

Tax credit buoys home sales

By Emily Shockley

Kelly Marlin wanted to move to a nicer place in the rental market, but the lure of an $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers convinced her to get a place of her own. Marlin, 30, bought her home in Grand Junction on Oct. 30. She said she ...


Williams’ ‘green completions’ earn EPA award

By Dennis Webb

When Williams Production RMT began its first “green completions” of natural gas wells back in 2001, it was mainly with the goal of reducing wildfire danger. Company spokeswoman Susan Alvillar noted it used to be common to see ...


Complete Rim Rock Marathon Results

By Staff

Rim Rock Marathon Saturday, Colorado National Monument Complete results (Last name First name, time) Men 1 Fanselow William, 2:43:02; 2 Boettcher Bernie, 2:52:53; 3 Wacker Marty, 2:53:30; 4 Bremner Steve, 3:03:32; 5. Esposito Marc, ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 15, 2009

By Staff

Main Street Bagels has opened a location on the Mesa State College campus. The shop is on the ground floor of the new residence hall at 938 North Ave. The shop offers all the food and drinks available at the 559 Main St. location. Hours are 6 ...


CHILI DINNER FOR TORIE 11-1

Toddler fights incurable disease

By Melinda Mawdsley

Torie Brady is too young to know anything about the medical condition that is killing her. “Why can’t it just be me?” Torie’s grandmother, Cheryl Moscrip, pleaded Sunday. Torie, with her red hair and mouth full of ...


Bereaved family denied access to daughter’s belongings in car

By Paul Shockley

The cremated remains of Peggy Rosales’ daughter sit perched on a living room mantle at the family’s home in Mack. Renae Christine Spear, 31, left behind four children, the youngest 16 months, on the night of Nov. 2 when she drove ...


Death Notices, Nov. 15, 2009

By Staff

Patricia Jean Cramer, 61, Grand Junction, died Nov. 8, 2009, at Community Hospital. Services have been held. Mrs. Cramer was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Frank F. III of Grand Junction; one son, Frank F. IV of California; ...


You Said It, Nov. 15, 2009

By Staff

After a week of global cooling followed by a week of global warming, can’t we all agree that warm weather is better? If we are going to spend lots of money on climate change, how about a climate closer to Hawaii than the Arctic? Since ...


Your Town, Nov. 15, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s Nov. 15 and I can’t decide whether to shop for Christmas presents or shop for the groceries I need for Thanksgiving. Have you started your list(s) yet? Here’s an alternative idea for Christmas shoppers looking for ...


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