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A year after attack, widow to thank supporters at event

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Linda Fine, who survived an attack a year ago in which her husband and a friend were killed, will have an open house of thanks from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Blue Moon Bar and Grille, 120 N. Seventh St. Fine and her family will thank the ...


Rifle firefighters keep condominium blaze from spreading within complex

By Dennis Webb

A fire at a Rifle condominium complex Thursday night caused $50,000 to $60,000 damage at one residence, but firefighters prevented its spread to adjoining units. The fire was caused by cooking food that was unintentionally left unattended on ...


Cousins meet in semis

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tom Johnson couldn’t wait to see the brackets for the Class 5A Region 8 tennis tournament. The Mountain Vista High School senior wasn’t looking to analyze his chances of a return trip to the state championships as much as he was ...


Find your niche, entrepreneurs told at conference

By Emily Shockley

Specialty stores in downtown Grand Junction have the right idea when it comes to providing a niche that big-box stores can’t, according to one presenter Friday at the 2009 Entrepreneurship Marketplace at Two Rivers Convention ...


Police Blotter, Oct. 10, 2009

By Staff

Clifton vehicle break-ins Five thefts from automobiles were reported to Mesa County sheriff’s deputies Thursday morning, along with four reports of attempts to steal from other vehicles. All of the reports came from Clifton in the 400 ...


Ambiguity over strategy in Afghanistan is understandable

By Bob Silbernagel

Afghanistan confounds me. Apparently, I share with President Barack Obama and untold numbers of Americans, conflicting thoughts about what we should do next in a country where our military has been fighting for seven years. My conflict has a ...


Brokaw in farm country on road trip

By Amy Hamilton

All Jeff Downs really wants to do is quietly run a sustainable farm, raising and selling animals for meat on his Montrose property. But Downs found himself in the media spotlight when a celebrated television personality visited Thursday to ...


Battlement Mesa is the town that Exxon built

By Kathy Jordan

Like the legendary phoenix rising from the ashes, the town of Battlement Mesa has arisen from near-extinction to become a thriving community in the past 30 years. The Battlement Mesa story began in March 1975 when Atlantic Richfield, the ...


Bargains to be found in housing market

By Amy Hamilton

Ready or not, there might not be a better time than now to buy a home. Rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages are nearing historic lows. Other factors, including an $8,000 tax credit for first-time home buyers, little to no down payment ...


Suspect, 18, charged with threat

By Paul Shockley

During a span of 11 days in September, an 18-year-old man allegedly tried to obtain explosives in an unspecified threat against Palisade High School, according to charging documents filed Thursday. Robert D. Johnson, who School District 51 ...


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