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Counties get cash from state

By Dennis Webb

Revenue formula a boon for some, setback for others Garfield County raked in more than $11 million of an $80 million bonanza in energy impact revenues announced by the state Tuesday. While that was more than the county expected, Mesa County ...


GJPD officer gets special treatment while in jail

By Staff

A Grand Junction Police Department officer arrested Friday was allowed to sign out of the Mesa County Jail in just under three hours in what officials admit was a departure from the jail’s standard practices. Mesa County Sheriff Stan ...


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Odds go against Bulldogs

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Nine out of 10 times simply means there’s still a chance. Palisade High School’s softball team found itself tied 7-7 in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday against Montrose. With Hannah Tredway on second base and one out, ...


Flies left behind offer lesson on how to fish small streams

By Dave Buchanan

GUNNISON — “I smell smoke,” said my companion, skirting a narrow ledge, climbing hand-over-hand toward the small cave still 200 feet above us. “Do you see a fire?” Curiosity, I guess, compelling us to leave the ...


little practice makes for a perfect hunt

By Dave Buchanan

Practice makes perfect, and when it comes to hunting, perfect means some meat in the freezer. Dust the cobwebs off Ol’ Betsy and treat her to an hour on the sight-in range before you go hunting. Making sure you can hit what ...


Lower flows on Gunnison River benefit recreational users as well as fisheries studies

By Dave Buchanan

With the power plant at Crystal Dam operating at full capacity (approximately 2,100 cubic feet per second)  all summer, Blue Mesa Reservoir has dropped to 86 percent full, allowing the Bureau of Reclamation to conserve reservoir space and ...


Briefs: Local sports Sept. 02, 2009

By Staff

High School Tennis • Wildcats take 6-1 win over Central Fruita Monument controlled Tuesday’s match against Central, winning 6-1. The Wildcats won all of their matches in two sets except for No. 1 doubles, where Central’s ...


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Palma eyes memorable senior year

By Staff

After paying their dues as young players for as many as three seasons, the seniors on this year’s Central High School boys soccer team believe it’s their turn. Over the previous three seasons, the Warriors were a combined 11-30-3 ...


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Stockert steps aside as Fruita’s head wrestling coach

By Staff

Jim Stockert swears he isn’t leaving the sport of wrestling. “I’m not going away,” he vowed Tuesday after his announcement that he was retiring as head wrestling coach at Fruita Monument High School. In an era when ...


Death Notices: Sept. 2, 2009

By Staff

• John W. Ferns, 73, Grand Junction, died Aug. 29, 2009, at his home. Private services will take place at a later date. Mr. Ferns was a television executive. Survivors include one son, John W. Jr. of Springfield, Mo.; one daughter, ...


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