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Vandals hit preschool 3 times

By Charles Ashby

A School District 51 preschool on 18th Street was vandalized for the third week in a row Friday, and neighborhood parents who send their children there aren’t happy about it. Jennifer Menzies, who lives across the street from the former ...


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Valley’s grape supply meager

By Charles Ashby

On the surface, the 19th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest in Palisade on Saturday may have seemed no different than the 18 others that came before it. But some local vintners this year are a bit concerned about what impact last ...


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Grand Valley Quilt Show scheduled

By Staff

Thanks to some financial help from Williams Production RMT, the energy company, members of the Grand Valley Historical Society have renovated an historic cabin that now sits next to the Battlement Mesa Schoolhouse at 7235 300 Road. Known as ...


Rep. King schedules town hall meetings

By Staff

Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, will participate in several town hall meetings during the next few weeks. The events, open to all residents, will take place throughout the next month in Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade and ...


Blotter, Sept. 19, 2010

By Staff

Homeless man missing The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a homeless man who reportedly has been missing for nearly a week. Shad Louis Mecham, 35, is white and has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing ...


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Former geologist thinks quilting rocks

By Sherida Warner

Rock, paper, scissors is more than a game for Cheryl Phillips of Delta. It’s a way of life. Rock relates to her geology degree, paper to her use of circular graph paper, and scissors to her successful quilting career. After working as ...


EPA supports state’s ability to regulate waste pit liners

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The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will take up a proposal in November that environmental organizations say would be the first substantial rollback of regulations that were adopted two years ago. The environmental groups are ...


You Said It, Sept. 19, 2010

By Staff

To the helpful fisherman at Corn Lake: Thank you again for trying to help me with my dead pickup. You were so kind to bring me a bottle of water and offer your cell and hang around until the tow truck arrived. Club 20 wants citizens to know ...


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Bummer: Fruita takes Durango to the limit, but loses for first time

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School volleyball team left the floor on Saturday disappointed, but not discouraged. The Wildcats lost a tight match to Durango 25-21, 25-27, 13-25, 25-23, 15-13. Fruita had opportunities in the final game, leading ...


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Course confidence: Playing at Tiara Rado could give valley teams a leg up at regionals

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School golfer Chad Johnson doesn’t have to worry about being unfamiliar with the location of the Metro East Regional golf tournament. Monday at 8 a.m., 13 teams, including Central, Fruita Monument and Grand Junction, tee ...


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