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Briefs, Sept. 8, 2011

By Staff

Gessler to speak to Redlands Rotary Scott Gessler, the secretary of state for Colorado, will be the featured speaker for Redlands Rotary during its noon luncheon Friday at the Golf Club at Redlands Mesa. Gessler will talk about issues on ...


Encana: Pipeline sale to free up money for local drilling

By Dennis Webb

Encana Oil & Gas (USA) says a plan to sell part of its Piceance Basin pipeline and compressor system doesn’t signal a slowdown in its local drilling operations, but rather frees up money to invest in them. Encana said Wednesday it ...


Police blotter, Sept. 8, 2011

By Staff

ATV wreck investigated The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a possible all-terrain-vehicle crash that happened Aug. 27 in the 2900 block of I-70 Business Loop. A woman was injured in the crash after the ATV she was ...


Group fights lease proposal for Thompson Divide land

By Dennis Webb

CARBONDALE — A proposed federal oil and gas leasing unit would drive a stake through the heart of efforts to protect some 220,000 acres between Glenwood Springs and McClure Pass from drilling, speakers told a Carbondale crowd Wednesday ...


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Mesa’s Skarda hopes to have company at XC nationals

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Alexis Skarda has made a lot of individual cross country history. Now, the Colorado Mesa University senior wants to make some team history. The returning two-time All-American is looking for her teammates to join her at the NCAA Division II ...


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Applicants at job fair see little to apply for

By Charles Ashby

Lauren Broderick didn’t spend years learning how to be a dental hygienist and then work in that field for more than a decade so she could go back to the restaurant work she did while in college. But that’s what the Grand Junction ...


Two school board candidates oppose mill-levy override

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School District 51 Board of Education candidates Arvan “Jeff” Leany and Ann Tisue said Wednesday they likely will vote against a mill levy override question on the Nov. 1 ballot. The override will appear as Referred Measure 3B and ...


Sports Briefs, Sept. 7, 2011

By Staff

Youth Soccer Fire U13 Girls win tourney title The Grand Junction Fire U13 Girls Premier soccer team won its division in the Pride of the Rockies tournament at the Air Force Academy in late August, its second tournament title in a ...


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Longtime Fruita coach back on sidelines for rival GJ

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Bill Moore could not sit out for long. The former Fruita Monument High School football coach is back on the sidelines this fall as a defensive backs coach at rival Grand Junction. Tigers head coach Robbie Owens met with Moore to discuss ...


Colorado Mesa Holiday Inn Crossroads Classic volleyball schedule

By Staff

Holiday Inn Crossroads Classic Sept. 8-10, The Maverick Center Thursday Dixie State vs. Colorado Mesa, 7 p.m., Brownson Arena Friday’s Matches St. Anselm vs. Western State, noon, Brownson Arena Academy of Art vs. Adams State, noon, ...


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