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Motorcycle rally honors the memory of young man with ‘the biggest heart’

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Two days after she was injured and her boyfriend died in a motorcycle crash, 18-year-old Alex Redmond donned a helmet and climbed onto a motorcycle headed for the scene of the accident. Redmond was the passenger, and her boyfriend, Nicholas ...


Death Notices, July 10, 2011

By Staff

Marjorie I. Long, 106, Delta, died July 7, 2011, at Willow Tree Care Center. Services will take place at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta, followed by burial at Mesa View Cemetery. Survivors include sons Roy H. of ...


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Library patrons create edible scenes from favorite books

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The colorful, character-filled worlds that Mesa County Central Library patrons can find in novels and storybooks came to life Saturday afternoon in the building’s basement. The library hosted its first Edible Book Contest this weekend, ...


Four rafters on Colorado are rescued near bridge

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Four people were rescued Saturday from the Colorado River east of the 29 Road bridge after their rafts were ensnared by tree branches. The four were traveling in two rafts that were tied together, when one got caught in branches hanging from ...


You Said It, July 10, 2011

By Staff

I for one wish Grand Junction or the state of Colorado would outlaw fireworks. If you want to see them, go to Fruita or Grand Junction and watch their display. So, how many fires, injuries, freaked-out lost pets and innumerable police calls ...


Blotter, July 10, 2011

By Staff

Man in Pitkin shot in leg A man who was shot in the leg late Thursday night in Pitkin County has been released from the hospital. The man was involved in an altercation with one other person Thursday and was treated at Valley View Hospital ...


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Trout reclamation project should boost Lake John’s potential

By Dave Buchanan

Add one more lake to the list of waters the Division of Parks and Wildlife (why does that still sound strange?) is restoring to fisheries health. Lake John, the popular North Park impoundment known for its ability to grow trophy-sized trout ...


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Mule Deer 101 one of many summer seminars

By Dave Buchanan

No matter what Alice Cooper might have suggested, school’s not out for the summer. The ├╝ber-scary heavy metal rocker might never be a deer hunter but even he would learn a thing or two during the Division of Parks and Wildlife’s ...


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Marques Harris Kids Football Camp fun for all

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More than three dozen youth spent a day with some NFL football players. Boys in grades 5-8 participated in the Marques Harris Kids Football Camp on Saturday at Mesa State College’s Bergman Field. Proceeds from the camp were donated to ...


Gene Taylor’s rained out at Boulder tourney

By Staff

Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team was rained out Saturday in the Boulder National Invitational tournament. Taylor’s was scheduled to play Ralston Valley at 5:30 p.m. in the consolation bracket at Fairview High School. ...


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