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For the Record, Sept. 3, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital David R. Hardin and Suzanne M. Riccillo, Grand Junction, a son, Aug. 11. Jennifer Isley, Grand Junction, a daughter, Aug. 11. Daniel and Veronica Thomas, Rifle, a daughter, Aug. 11. Ryan and Candice ...


Dabbs Charlene file photo

Downtown event more of the pits than peachy time for 80-year-old

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A local farmer is growing some pretty impressive peaches and selling them at the American National Bank Downtown Farmers Market. Unfortunately, one of those fruits went to waste Thursday evening during the weekly event in downtown Grand ...


Moeller, Kittle help Rifle run away in Grand Valley

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — Big plays by a pair of Rifle High School running backs paved the way to a 48-7 season-opening win Friday night over Grand Valley. Ryan Moeller and Brandon Kittle combined for 403 rushing yards and five touchdowns. “We ...


Junction man indicted in $1.7M scam

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The owner of a Grand Junction-based home health care business has been indicted on federal charges that he stole more than $1.7 million from a federal program that provides benefits and compensation to nuclear weapons workers and their ...


Local briefs, Sept. 3, 2011

By Staff

VA hospital clinics to close for holiday The Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center emergency room will be open through the Labor Day weekend. All other clinics will be closed. Walk-in patients to the ER should use the ...


Honor Flight seeks veterans for final flight

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The final Western Slope Honor Flight is seeking to fill the remaining seats on the plane, which leaves Grand Junction for Washington, D.C., Sept. 21-22. There are 15 seats available to those members of “The Greatest Generation” ...


Cause of school illness still unknown; classes will be held at alternate sites

By Dennis Webb

Classes have been canceled at Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle for Tuesday, and its students will begin attending school in alternate locations the next day while an investigation continues into what made people sick at the facility ...


Wildlife zones require drivers to slow down

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Transportation is warning motorists to remember to slow down when they drive through a newly designated wildlife zone around the state. One hundred miles of Colorado highways have been designated around Colorado, ...


Police blotter, Sept. 2, 2011

By Staff

Crash kills Vegas trucker A Las Vegas semitrailer driver died Friday morning after he fell asleep on Interstate 70 near Gypsum and rolled the rig, the Colorado State Patrol said. Troopers were called to the scene at 5:10 a.m. The eastbound ...


Death notices

By Staff

Lewis J. Cisneros, 54, Grand Junction, died Aug. 30, 2011, at his home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Survivors include one son, Cordero J. of San Diego; one daughter, Sarina ...


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