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Driving duo knows that in this life, you’re either a wiener or a loser

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Yolanda Borrego and Traci Johnson have jobs they relish. They’ve bid “bun voyage” to the traditional job search and joined the elite Oscar Mayer team known as “hotdoggers” who drive the famed Wienermobiles to ...


Permit system wins award

By Staff

Colorado’s oil and gas regulatory agency won a national award for an online system that makes the permit-application process easier for industry and more transparent to the public. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


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Two treated for injuries after hazmat fire

By Staff

Two people were taken to a hospital and 30 employees on duty Wednesday afternoon were evacuated after a hazardous-material fire started in a Grand Junction pipe yard. Bromine trifluoride, often used in pipes for drilling activity, was inside ...


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Sales tax revenue helps county during lean budget times

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Two of Mesa County’s primary sources of revenue are heading in opposite directions, an indication the county’s 2012 budget could bear a strong resemblance to the scaled-back 2011 version that triggered dozens of employee layoffs, ...


Colorado Mesa men’s soocer team picked 5th, women’s team 7th in RMAC

By Staff

Last season, the men’s soccer team at Colorado Mesa University took a big step, reaching the RMAC tournament. This season, the Mavericks are picked to finish fifth in the conference in a poll of the coaches. The women’s team, ...


Prep golf results, Aug. 17, 2011

By Staff

Indian Invitational Wednesday at Black Canyon Golf Club Team Scores 1. Aspen 216; 2. Montezuma-Cortez 218; 3. Fruita Monument 223; 4. Grand Junction 224; 5. Rifle 229; 6. Durango 231; 7. Montrose 232; 8. Central 244; 9. Palisade 254; 10. ...


Kirkham, 1982 football team to be honored at Mesa

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Bob Cortese can’t wait to see the changes to campus and to reconnect with several former players. Steve Kirkham can’t wait to swap tales with his coaching mentors, Cortese, Doug Schakel and Rusty Crick. Both former coaches, who ...


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Local golfers fire low scores at Black Canyon in Indian Invitational

By Staff

Prep golfers continued to shoot low scores Wednesday in the early days of the season. Jakob Rudosky of Montezuma-Cortez fired a 3-under-par 67 to win the Indian Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Club. Two players came in at even-par 70, ...


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Portie to defend title at Rocky Mountain Open

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The oldest open golf tournament in Colorado features one of the hottest golfers in the state. The Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, in its 73rd year, begins today with the pro-am at Tiara Rado Golf Course. Friday through Sunday at Tiara Rado and ...


Over the Top: Talk American

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob suggests what freedom from the tyranny of Spanish words might entail for inhabitants of “Red Color.”  ...


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