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In recovery

By Gretel Daugherty

One woman’s story of recovering from a lifetime of pain and addiction.  ...

Top Story #5: Plagiarism scandal stunts McInnis’ campaign for guv

By Charles Ashby

Former congressman Scott McInnis might well have been elected governor of Colorado had it not been for a plagiarism scandal that upended his campaign this summer. The Grand Junction resident was expected to win the Republican nomination over ...

Top Story #2: Data breach surprises county

By Paul Shockley

The technology error of a lifetime in Mesa County happened in seconds and lingered for months. Fallout may not be realized for years. A click of a computer mouse by a now-former employee of the county’s Information Technology ...

Top Story #3: Economy continued to suffer through year

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The local economy fell into a rut in 2009 and it never climbed out in 2010, despite tentative hopes and predictions the second, then the third, then the fourth quarter would show an uptick in employment and consumer confidence. Unemployment ...

Top Story #4: Medical pot a burning issue

By Amy Hamilton

Whether elected officials or voters should decide if medical marijuana centers and grow operations should be allowed was the focus of hours of public meetings, debates and demon- strations as municipalities tried to catch up to a burgeoning ...

Garfield to consider Antero deal on Silt Mesa gas development

By Dennis Webb

A settlement Antero Resources is offering to Garfield County on proposed Silt-area drilling is intended to enable the parties to “work together toward a practical solution” rather than being dictated to by the state, company ...

Blotter, Jan. 1, 2011

By Staff

Fire kills three dogs A basket left too close to a wood-burning stove at an Orchard Mesa home was to blame for a fire Thursday night that killed three dogs at the home, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. Fire Department ...

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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Bryce Harper, Reivers’ win make 2010 JUCO one to remember

By Patti Arnold

Never before had there been a buzz like the one leading up to the 2010 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. “Is the phenom going to be here?” “How’s the Sports Illustrated cover boy doing?” ...

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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Bus Bergman’s contribution to sports remembered in many ways

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Walter “Bus” Bergman’s legacy is entrenched on the Mesa State College campus. The athletic fields behind the Maverick Center are named for the longtime football and baseball coach, who was in the original group of men who ...

Sports Brief, Dec. 31, 2010

By Staff

College Football N.M. Highlands hires new coach New Mexico Highlands hired Eric Young as its head football coach Friday to replace Chad Roanhaus, who resigned after the season. Young has been the head coach at College of the Siskiyous, a ...

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