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102011 American Furniture

American Furniture Warehouse adding competition to GJ market

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When American Furniture Warehouse opened a store in Grand Junction in 1984, it was in the midst of the oil shale bust. Home prices collapsed. Unemployed residents moved out of the area. The store lasted a year before succumbing. As the ...


Junction man, 29, dead after interstate rollover

By Paul Shockley

A man was killed early Saturday after his sport utility vehicle rolled on Interstate 70 near De Beque. Vicente Lima Leon, 29, of Grand Junction, lost control of his Chevrolet Tahoe about two miles east of De Beque. The SUV left the roadway ...


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Students aim for moon in radio event

By Paul Shockley

Max Adamson talked to the moon Saturday morning. He was greeted with silence, punctuated by a braying donkey curiously observing from a property adjacent to Yolanda Pacheco’s eighth-grade science classroom at Holy Family Catholic ...


Study spurs board to start Horizon Drive project

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The recently released results of an Economic Impact and Traffic Report for the Horizon Drive District has convinced district board members to move forward with plans to spruce up the area. The $14,500 study combined a survey of businesses in ...


HAGOOD Zachary file mug

Shotgun, pills turn up in felon’s hotel room

By Paul Shockley

A convicted felon from California with ties to Mesa County was arrested Friday night driving a stolen car, before a search of his hotel room turned up narcotics and a shotgun, according to an arrest affidavit. Zachary B. Hagood, 26, of ...


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Rookie ball an adjustment, says Central graduate Roling

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Beginning his professional baseball career in Grand Junction would have been a dream come true for Kiel Roling. The 2005 Central High School graduate was selected in the sixth round of the 2008 Major League Baseball draft by the Colorado ...


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Fans help make Rookie baseball experience a good one

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Bus rides and baseball. Dizzy bat and mascots. Minor league baseball is all about balancing the game and the fan experience, and it’ll be no different for the Grand Junction Rockies. “Our number one priority is to the fans, the ...


Price’s TD lone bright spot in Mavericks’ loss

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PUEBLO — Jordan Price couldn’t wait to return his first collegiate kickoff. The Colorado Mesa University freshman made the most of it Saturday night with a 100-yard return for a touchdown. “Coach said, ‘You got your ...


102011 Bear Ranch 1

Swap gets second, sweeter shot

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PAONIA — Billionaire William Koch has added 811 acres of rugged territory overlooked by Ragged Mountain and legal access to popular, rogue, mountain-bike routes near here to a package he hopes to swap for lands that will consolidate his ...


Your Town, Oct. 23, 2011

By Staff

It’s beginning to look a lot like ... Hallogivingmas? You know what that is — it’s the fall holiday season when you’re browsing through racks of creepy costumes and props while studying the turkey sales fliers, with ...


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