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6 liquor store break-ins in 4 days in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE —  Montrose police and business owners are scrambling to find clues about a nocturnal burglar who has eluded capture for nearly a week. At 12:40 a.m. Friday, the burglar broke into Drive Inn Liquors on North Townsend ...


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Enthusiasts heed call of blogosphere on Go Skateboard Day

By Amy Hamilton

Dozens of guys, from elementary-school-age to 20-somethings, spun around local skate parks Tuesday, dropping into smooth concrete bowls to spring up on the other side, carried along only by their boards on wheels. The day marked the first of ...


Fruita makes owning chickens easier

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It will soon be easier for Fruita residents to own chickens in the city. In a nod to the growing locavore movement, the Fruita City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday night to amend the city’s land use code to allow chickens to be kept in all ...


Rim Rock Rodeo results, June 21, 2011

By Staff

Rim Rock Rodeo Tuesday at Rimrock Adventures Bareback: 1. Jimmy Blair Bulls: 1. Josh Frost; 2. Brady Menge. Jr. Bulls: 1. Jacob Spencer; 2. Ethan Cook. Calf Roping: 1. Jace Hutton; 2. Josh Frost. Ribbon Roping: 1. T. Wolford/Bailey ...


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Rodeo drive: Rim Rock the perfect summer hangout for cowboys

By Scott Schlaufman

On paper, calf roping may not seem like a horse-driven sport. But for Loma resident Jesse Cordova, having success in chasing down a calf, getting a rope around its head and tying its feet, is largely due to the four hooves underneath ...


Fatal accident closes U.S. 6

By Charles Ashby

An unidentified driver of a motor home lost control of his vehicle and crashed head on with a pickup truck on U.S. 6 between Rifle and Parachute early this evening. The roadway was still closed as of 8 p.m. The driver of the pickup was flown ...


Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Club June 21, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Tuesday Men's League - June 21, 2011 2 Man Best Ball 1st Gross Tom P., Bob H. 34 T2nd Gross Ryan C., Jeff C. 37 T2nd ...


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Grand Junction man fights back against bullies

By Daniel Humphries

Phoebe Prince. Asher Brown. Tyler Clementi. Although their names have faded from national headlines, their plights with bullies have not been forgotten by one Grand Junction resident. Rudy Malesich, a former middle school principal and ...


Mail distribution operations moving to Grand Junction

By Dennis Webb

Following months of study, the U.S. Postal Service has decided to proceed with closing a Glenwood Springs regional mail distribution facility and moving its operations to Grand Junction. The Postal Service said today the transition will be ...


E-mail letters, June 21, 2011

By Staff

Fencing won’t keep animals out, only people The Grand Junction Airport authority applied for federal funding of a new eight-foot-high fence topped with three-strand barbed wire and electronically controlled gates to deter ...


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