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Passenger injured in police chase crash

By The AP

DENVER — A passenger in a car fleeing Denver police has been injured after the car crashed while being pursued. Police said the driver fled a traffic stop and lost control of the vehicle. The driver was wanted on warrants for alleged ...


Feds, police arrest suspect in four Arizona robberies

By Paul Shockley

A man suspected of robbing four banks in Arizona during recent weeks was arrested Wednesday at a Horizon Drive hotel. John Wilson, 33, was taken into custody without incident at approximately 10:30 a.m. at Super 8 Hotel, 728 Horizon Drive, ...


Tipton vulnerable in House race, Democratic poll claims

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton is one of several Republicans vulnerable in this year’s elections, a Democratic-paid poll showed Wednesday. The poll conducted by Public Policy Polling, which was paid for by the left-leaning House Majority PAC, ...


Bill would alter way counties vote for boards

By Charles Ashby

Most of Colorado’s counties would be able to hold commissioner elections by district rather than countywide under a bill that won approval in a House committee Wednesday. Current law requires commissioners in less-populated counties to ...


Silt names properties ‘blighted’

By Dennis Webb

SILT — For years, Silt’s board of trustees envisioned a better downtown, one with more sidewalks and trees, fewer vacant storefronts, and more than anything, a grocery store — Silt’s own grocery store. “I hate ...


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The Waldorf way

By Melinda Mawdsley

This isn’t about the right or wrong way to educate children. It’s just a different way. A local group of people are exploring the possibility of opening a Waldorf Method-inspired public charter school for kindergarten through ...


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Fruita Monument’s Bernal learning to close out matches

By Nick Walter

On the hotter days, Dallas Bernal is in a race. As a laborer for Mays Concrete, he flattens the concrete in a raking motion, furiously flattening the “mud” before it hardens. It’s all about the finish. Likewise, the Fruita ...


Mavs win two matches in mat loss to UNC

By Staff

The University of Northern Colorado won eight matches to defeat Colorado Mesa 28-6 in a wrestling dual Wednesday night in Greeley. The Bears had one win by technical fall and two by major decision. The Mavericks, who received some votes in ...


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Young GJ swimmers win District 51 Championships

By Matt Meyer

The District 51 Championships came down to one race. With 501.5 points each, a young Grand Junction High School girls swim team and an even younger Fruita Monument team lined up Wednesday at El Pomar Natatorium to determine the title in ...


Timeout, Jan. 25, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


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