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GOP Maes pays fine for campaign finance violations

By The AP

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has paid a $17,500 fine for campaign finance violations. The secretary of state’s office says it received a check from Maes by Thursday’s deadline. Maes agreed to the ...

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Can’t miss climb: Racers have ‘special affection’ for Grand Junction event

By {screen_name}

Rod Moberly has raced the world-famous Pikes Peak Hill Climb, but he refuses to miss the Lands End Hill Climb. “Steve Goeglien and I agree, you don’t miss Grand Junction,” he said. “That’s where I started in ...

Colo. school districts get stimulus to save jobs

By The AP

DENVER — A $26 billion jobs bill signed this week by President Barack Obama could save 2,600 teaching jobs in Colorado. U.S. Rep. Jared Polis says the bill will provide Colorado school districts with $160 million, to be distributed to ...

Five injured in crash at 32 1/2 and F 1/2 roads

By Staff

Four people and a baby are being treated for injuries in a late-morning collision today at 32 1/2 and F 1/2 roads in Mesa County. The driver of a Honda sedan was pried free of her vehicle, according to witnesses and taken by ambulance for ...

Man who tangled with police dog faces habitual criminal charges

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County prosecutor this afternoon told a judge that a man who allegedly tried to drown a police dog Wednesday will be charged as a habitual criminal. Richard Stieb, 38, of Grand Junction, faces a maximum 64 years if convicted of the ...

Teen cited in car crash that killed his mother

By The AP

MONTROSE — A 16-year-old Montrose boy involved in a car crash that killed his mother has been cited for careless driving. The boy apparently fell asleep while driving with his mother Tuesday. He ran off U.S. 550 near Colona and his ...

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Collbran pool halls were centers of communication

By Guest Columnist

By Scott Walck Pool halls were always a part of a small town business community, and Collbran was no exception. From the 1890s until about 1980 there were always one or more pool halls in operation. Pool halls were only licensed to sell 3.2 ...

Calendar: Week of Aug. 13, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

FRIDAY, AUG. 13 The Reggae Festival featuring Lion Vibes and guests The Pineapple Crackers, Maka B, Western Colorado Botanical Gardens Summer Festival Series, Elizabeth B. Harris Amphitheater, 655 Struthers Ave., gates open 5 p.m., show 6 ...


Music Scene: Week of Aug. 13, 2010

By Staff

And the new American Idol is Taylor Hicks. That’s how season five played out May 24, 2006, when the Alabama native took the top honor — 36.4 million viewers tuned in and 63 million votes were cast to name him winner. Hicks and ...

Laughter comes with social, physical benefits

By Staff

Jeff Korn keeps hearing Mesa County residents say they could use a laugh right now. People have lost their jobs. Some have lost their homes. An unstable economy has left people searching for comedic relief, at least that is what Korn, a ...

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