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061711 oa fiddler

40 years later, Fruita fiddler bows instrument once owned by Bob Wills

By Melinda Mawdsley

Rodd Taylor had crosses on his heart, cowboy boots on his feet and an Oklahoma accent on his lips. In other words, he wasn’t the sort of man to cry easily. However, even Taylor got teary-eyed when he retold the story of how an uncle he ...


Authorities announce 78 immigration arrests

By The AP

DENVER — Federal authorities say they have made 78 arrests in Colorado as part of a national crackdown on criminal aliens that the federal government says threatened public and national security. There were 29 arrests in Denver, 13 in ...


Chipeta Men’s League Golf Results June 21, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - June 21, 2011 3 Clubs & Putter - 2 Person Scramble - Front 9 1st Rusty Farley, Dustin Cockroft 29 2nd Chad Lewis, Blake ...


Chipeta Ladies League Golf Results June 21, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - June 21, 2011 3 Clubs & Putter - 2 Person Scramble 1st Robin Ely, Connie Olson 32 2nd Joanne Lowe, Charlotte ...


I-70 Business Loop to close Thursday night for overpass work

By Staff

Interstate 70 Business Loop at 29 Road will close overnight Thursday as crews lay concrete for the deck of the new overpass at 29 Road, Grand Junction city officials said in a release today. The closure and detours, affecting both eastbound ...


Colo. St. Parks joins crackdown on drunken boaters

By The AP

DENVER — State parks officials are aiming for a dry summer on Colorado lakes. To keep it dry — as in no drunken boating — law enforcement officers will be out in force this weekend. Colorado State Parks is participating in ...


Court rules Ritter cell phone records not public

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled records of official cellphone calls made by former Gov. Bill Ritter made while in office are not public records. The court ruled Monday the records are not open for mandatory public ...


Firefighters say steep terrain limits fire fight

By The AP

WESTCLIFFE — Firefighters say steep terrain is hampering their efforts to contain a wildfire in southern Colorado. The U.S. Forest Service says the potential for the fire to grow on the west flank of the Duckett fire remains moderate, ...


Council wants another TABOR override vote

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction voters agreed in 2007 that the city could use tax revenue that exceeded TABOR limits to more quickly pay off the loan on the Riverside Parkway. Debt on the 6.8-mile beltway around the city’s southern edge could be paid ...


Baby dies at hospital in Denver

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction infant, who was hospitalized in Denver for 16 days with an unspecified medical problem, died earlier this month, authorities said. The Grand Junction Police Department said Monday that it continues to investigate the death of ...


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