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Despite freeze, red wines from past harvests will be plentiful

By Dave Buchanan

For many grape growers around the Grand Valley, it’s too late to save this year’s crop. Hit by repeated frosts, from last October to as late as this past week, many growers and winemakers now are thinking of the future, planning ...


Redland’s Mesa Men’s Club Golf Results May 12, 2010

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Men's Club - May 12, 2010 9 Hole Game Low Gross/Low Net 1st Gross Eric Toth 36 2nd Gross Doug Reed 37 3rd ...


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Officials to ramp up Gunnison River flow through Black Canyon

By Dave Buchanan

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced Monday that flows in the Gunnison River through the Black Canyon will be increased to 3,883 cubic feet per second for a 24-hour period projected for Tuesday. Increasing (or ramping up) the flows by ...


Lincoln Park Men’s Club Golf Results May 12, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Men's Club Golf Association - May 12, 2010 Two Man Best Ball-1st Flight 1st Gross Jim K., Joe R. 32 T2nd Gross Curtis G., Doug ...


Tiara Rado Ladies Club May12, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies Club - May 12, 2010 Aces Wild-1st Flight 1st Debbie Kirch 53 2nd Lyn Liljenberg 63 3rd Shirley ...


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Amid high security, hearing delayed in murder case

By Paul Shockley

Amid high security similar to past hearings in the case, District Judge Brian Flynn this morning delayed a scheduled preliminary hearing for a woman accused in the stabbing death of a man on Orchard Mesa. Amy Adamson, 19, is now scheduled for ...


Fruitvale couple escapes OK from early morning house fire

By Amy Hamilton

A Fruitvale couple noticed more smoke than usual from their woodstove and heard crackling sounds in their attic early this morning as they were getting ready for work. After calling the Grand Junction Fire Department just after 4 a.m. the ...


Nepal police search for missing Colorado hiker

By The AP

KATMANDU, Nepal — Police are scouring a remote region in northern Nepal searching for a Colorado woman who has been missing since last month when she failed to check in after a solo hike in the Himalayan mountains, an official said ...


Spring storm brings snow to Front Range

By The AP

DENVER — Residents along the Front Range are cleaning up branches and trees weighed down by wet snow from a May storm. Colorado’s central mountains, the foothills west of Denver and the northeast part of the state felt the brunt ...


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CORRECTION: Police vigil will be held Thursday evening

By Staff

A photo in today’s edition that shows Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey laying a memorial wreath in honor of National Police Week incorrectly stated that a memorial vigil was scheduled for tonight. The law enforcement vigil is scheduled ...


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