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Police Blotter, Oct. 30, 2011

By Staff

7 vehicles broken into Seven vehicles were broken into at various locations around the city during a three-day span last week, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. In each of the break-ins, which occurred Tuesday, Wednesday and ...


Lower filing fees for some businesses go into effect

By Charles Ashby

Starting Monday, Secretary of State Scott Gessler will lower some business filing fees. Though the fee changes are small, Gessler said he wants to keep the state’s business fees among the lowest in the nation. “As the gateway for ...


GJ suspect in liquor store beating jailed

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction man was jailed Friday after the alleged senseless beating of a liquor store owner earlier this month. Jonathan Paul Apodaca, 29, was a regular customer at College Liquor Store when he entered the 1133 Patterson Road business ...


Jussel: Heroics push Broncos fans to be believers in Tim Tebow

By Rick Jussel

With just more than 5 minutes remaining in last Sunday’s NFL broadcast from Miami, I looked at favorite grandson Cody and favorite mutt Shilo and said, “Come on, you two. We’re heading outside for a walk.” I was ...


Stage in Pro Cycling Challenge the perfect way to show off our area’s great scenery

By Scott Mercier

Hardly a day goes by without someone in the community asking me about the status of bringing a stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge to Grand Junction. The deadline to submit bids is Monday. The Grand Junction LOC has been working on our bid ...


Colorado Mesa holds on to victory over Western

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GUNNISON - Colorado Mesa was able to pick up a key first down to run out the clock and hold on to defeat Western State 23-20 at the Mountaineer Bowl. Mesa wide receiver Tanner Whaley picked up 26 yards on a reverse to get a first down and run ...


Paonia rolls past Rangely

By Staff

PAONIA — The Paonia High School football team warmed up a chilly night Friday with a 49-15 win over Rangely. Sitting at 4-4, Paonia needed a big win and some help to make the Class 1A state playoffs. Hayden, however, beat Lake County to ...


CMU playoff hopes fade

By Staff

A second-half collapse by the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team all but dashed their playoff hopes Friday night in a 3-2 loss to CSU-Pueblo. The Mavericks (5-11-1, 5-8 RMAC)  are now two points behind CSU-Pueblo (5-9-3, ...


Colorado Mesa at Western State

By Staff

Colorado Mesa AT WESTERN ST. Saturday, 1 p.m., Mountaineer Bowl, Gunnison Radio: 1230-AM (KEXO), 99.9-FM (KEKB) RECORDS: CMU 2-6, 1-5 RMAC; WSC 1-7, 1-5 RMAC LAST WEEK: CMU lost 27-7 to CSU-Pueblo; WSC lost 48-33 to Colo. Mines HISTORY: ...


Pirates rally to win title in WSC

By Jon Mitchell

ASPEN — So much for a slow start for Olathe High School’s football team Friday night. And so much for a slow start to the Pirates’ season. Starting the game much like it started the 2011 campaign, Olathe found a way to ...


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