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Pride: Grand Junction man father to Olympic figureskater

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Danny Abbott is walking on air because his son will soon be skating on thin Olympic ice. Abbott, a Grand Junction resident, is the father of Jeremy Abbott, the two time U.S. Figureskating Champion who just earned a spot on the 2010 U.S. ...


Nearly half of Grand Valley students qualify for meal aid

By Emily Shockley

Nearly half of all School District 51 students were approved to receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch, an all-time high for the district. Forty-five percent, or 9,612 of 21,372 kindergarten through 12th-grade students in the Grand ...


Symphony brass play ‘Carnival of Animals’

By Staff

Members of the Grand Junction Symphony Brass Quintet play their instruments to sound like animals at the Fruita Branch Library. June 2009  ...


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Investigators following up on tips about missing Grand Junction man

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police were investigating several tips Thursday about a 51-year-old Grand Junction man who was reported missing last week. However, no one has heard from or solved the seemingly mysterious disappearance of Jim Walker. Walker ...


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Suspected dog-stealer arrested; accused dog-killer pleas

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita woman who was indicted in the death of a dog on Colorado National Monument was arrested Wednesday evening. Melissa Lockhart, 32, failed to appear at a scheduled hearing Wednesday at the Wayne N. Aspinall federal building. Jeff ...


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National focus: Goal for Mesa’s Stapp is national tournament

By Allen Gemaehlich

Trevor Stapp came to Mesa State College a couple of years ago to play football. It didn’t take long for him to prove he belongs. He earned a starting position on the offensive line as a redshirt freshman and he nearly qualified for the ...


Ritter to cut $50M more to balance ‘09-‘10 budget

By Charles Ashby

The same day Gov. Bill Ritter announced more cuts in state services, a legislative panel considered a flurry of bills that would eliminate or suspend several tax exemptions. Ritter said Wednesday another projected decrease in tax revenue and ...


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Starting out on top: Mavs ranked No. 1 in Central Region poll

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Jim Heaps has been toward the bottom of the regional rankings, trying to move up in the home stretch of the season. The Mesa State College men’s basketball coach kind of likes the view from the top. “We kind of figured we’d ...


Mavericks men’s and women’s tennis teams picked high in RMAC

By Staff

Mesa State College is picked to win the RMAC women’s tennis title and the men are predicted to finish second by the coaches. The Mesa women received four first-place votes to finish in a tie with Nebraska-Kearney for the top spot in the ...


‘Cats hire Marsh to coach football

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Shawn Marsh knew he’d be a head football coach again. Again is now — Marsh was hired Wednesday afternoon to replace Bill Moore as the head football coach at Fruita Monument High School, two seasons after Marsh resigned as Grand ...


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