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Music lover finds DJ niche

By Rachel Sauer

While Mariah Waldvogle got ready — plugging her laptop into the control panel, queuing their playlist, slipping on a pair of headphones — Jake Foote waited in patient excitement. He was ready, and he’d been ready for five ...


Gray Gourmet, April 8, 2012

By Staff

Monday — Beef enchilada casserole, pinto beans, Spanish rice, orange wedges. Tuesday — Herbed chicken, green peas, Monte Carlo vegetables, peach gelatin mold. Wednesday — Meatloaf with gravy, mashed potatoes, garden ...


Criminal negligence, lawful search are key issues in Lawyer trial

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County jury in the coming days will grapple with two issues at the heart of a case that will decide the future of a veteran Colorado State Patrol trooper: Did Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer unlawfully and feloniously cause of ...


Your Town, April 8, 2012

By Staff

Happy Easter! Hope you have an egg-cellent day — whether its spent worshiping with family and friends, biting off the heads of chocolate bunnies, or enjoying the variety of outdoor activities available during this season of new ...


Home fire displaces family

By Staff

A family of three was displaced from its home Saturday evening by a fire that left its mobile home a total loss, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. Two adults and a child were living in the single-family home at 2971 Texas Ave., ...


Brief freeze had orchardists running their wind machines

By Rachel Sauer

The peaches, so far, are OK. Same goes for cherries and apricots, apples and pears. All this, no thanks to the weather. Though temperatures varied across the Grand Valley on Friday night and early Saturday morning, one thing was consistent: ...


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Up to the Challenge

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Colorado Mesa University cycling coach Rick Crawford was involved in helping Durango get a stage of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Now, the former Fort Lewis College coach and Durango resident hopes to help bring a stage to Grand ...


Central gets revenge vs.Palmer Ridge

By Matt Meyer

Flash back to last spring. The Central Warriors suffered their only run rule loss to Palmer Ridge High School, 12-1. Robert Chandler, then a junior, hadn’t even thrown a varsity pitch. Saturday, behind a complete game three-hitter by ...


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Brandenburg solid in net after injury for Mavericks

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Brad Brandenburg was in severe pain, but he wasn’t going to give in. The Colorado Mesa sophomore goalie took a shot near the groin late in the second quarter but returned to lead the Mavericks’ men’s lacrosse team to a 5-4 ...


Little, Box help Mavs sweep Kearney

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The caped crusaders were pests. Colorado Mesa baseball players Colton Little and Braden Box were constantly on base, creating havoc and foiling Nebraska-Kearney’s plans to steal the back-end game of a four-game series on Saturday at ...


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