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Seven Grand Junction group homes to be remodeled

By Emily Shockley

Seven group homes will become more energy efficient with a $40,000 community development block grant from the city of Grand Junction. Wednesday night, Grand Junction City Council members approved a request by Mesa Developmental Services to ...


Tiny worm carries big burden

By Staff

By DAVE BUCHANAN Blame it on a worm. The mystery of why Colorado was so hard-hit by the scourge of whirling disease may be solved by a small aquatic worm known as tubifex tubifex. Whirling disease is caused by a microscopic parasite that ...


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Try your hand at fly-tying

By Dave Buchanan

When snow returns to the Grand Valley, inside activities take precedence over snow shoveling. Add fly-tying to that list of preferred activities, and add the free Saturday morning flying seminars at Western Anglers Fly Shop as the place to ...


Mavs ready for tough road trip in RMAC West

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College men’s basketball team completed one major obstacle. Now, the 17th-ranked Mavericks (13-1, 7-0 RMAC), who swept the RMAC East Division teams for the first time in school history, tackle another obstacle. Mesa State ...


Look for modifications to hunting regs for western Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

Big-game hunters have some studying ahead of them before submitting that license application for the 2010 hunting season. In addition to the changes to the state’s hunting regulations noted Sunday in this space, several other notable ...


Briefs, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Vehicle fleet energy workshop Feb. 5 GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Vehicle fleet owners and managers are invited to a workshop about increasing energy efficiency and reducing costs from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Feb. 5 at Glenwood Springs Community ...


Boy dead, girl critical after wreck near Meeker

By Paul Shockley

A 9-year-old boy died from his injuries and a 12-year-old girl suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision south of Meeker on Tuesday. Stone Martin was pronounced dead at 8:21 a.m. Wednesday, while Alahna Martin remained in critical ...


Philanthropist, fundraiser Bacon honored this week

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Patients in Grand Valley hospitals have felt the Herb Bacon touch, as have students at Mesa State College, and art lovers at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts. Likewise, troubled kids have been touched at Partners, as have people who ...


DNA tests due by March 1 in Nemnich murder case

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday set a deadline of March 1 for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to finish testing for DNA evidence in the July 1975 slayings of a Grand Junction mother and daughter. The order was issued by District Judge Brian Flynn ...


Hickenlooper’s pump fake won’t fool many voters

By Staff

It must have been a busy couple of weeks for the computers at the Denver mayor’s office. First, there was all that time Photoshopping Gov. Bill Ritter out of any pictures with Mayor John Hickenlooper. This week, they are probably just ...


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