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Biz Buzz, April 1, 2012

By Staff

Climbing rent at his previous location put Mike Morris and his video-game store where he originally thought it was destined to be: Clifton’s commercial district. Morris, who operated Gamerz Planet at 644 North Ave., No. 1, in Chinle ...

Upcoming events, April 1, 2012

By Bob Silbernagel

April 1: Horse show. Mesa County Fairgrounds. Grand Junction Horse Show Association “Fuzzy Show.” All breeds. April 2: Roping. Garfield County Fairgrounds. Rifle. JC Roping. 970-625-2514. April 3: Barrel ...

Death Notices, April 1, 2012

By Staff

■ James P. Comerford, 87, Grand Junction, died March 26, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. Dr. Comerford was a retired anesthesiologist. Private services will be at a later date. Survivors include one son, Jim of Grand Junction; one ...

Rough-and-tumble appeal of Horsethief Bench draw for Salsa

By Staff

The Old West hasn’t disappeared; it just hangs out in the canyons and slickrock ledges of western Colorado. That, anyway, is what the folks at Salsa Cycles of Bloomington, Minn., are telling us with their new 29-inch ride, the ...


Enjoy a contemplative hike of Ribbon Trail in Gene Taylor’s honor

By Bill Haggerty

Gene Taylor greeted everyone with a firm handshake, a broad smile and a sparkle in his eye. He was interested in you, and in everything you had to say. I remember a long car ride through a nasty storm many years ago, Geno at my side, ...


Silt’s Jackie Gross wins expenses-paid safari

By Dave Buchanan

When Silt resident Jackie Gross learned Sunday she had won a fully paid safari to Africa, she had a decision to make: get married, or go on safari. One might think the choice would be difficult, but then one doesn’t know Jackie ...

Jared Wright wins HD54 nomination

By Charles Ashby

Fruita police Officer Jared Wright was the clear winner in today’s House District 54 assembly, walking away with more than 80 percent of the delegates. Wright easily beat out his only challenger, Palisade vineyard owner John ...


Ready, set, win

By Matt Meyer

Nothing about the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team is slow. Coach Eric Anderson built a team around athleticism, passing and quick counter attacks. But Friday against Durango, set pieces ­— one corner kick and one free ...

Conditions delay prescribed burns in western Colo.

By Dennis Webb

Prescribed fires by two federal agencies are on hold for the short-term in Colorado because of tinder-dry conditions. The hold prevents, at least for now, projects such as a burn officials hope to conduct on thousands of acres south of Silt ...

Rodeo fundraiser to help pay bills of slain Mesa woman

By Amy Hamilton

There wasn’t an animal that LaVon Hoffman would hesitate to rescue. The 52-year-old mother of two adult daughters, so loved horses that she started a rescue organization and was caring for 15 horses at the time of her death. Hoffman ...

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