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Fruita man guilty in slaying

By Paul Shockley

A jury needed just a few hours of deliberation today to return guilty verdicts in the trial of a Fruita man accused of fatally shooting his roommate. Wayne Gert, 38, was convicted Wednesday of second-degree murder, menacing and two counts of ...


Udall lauds passage of ski area summer-use bill

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., today cheered the Senate’s passage Tuesday of legislation clarifying the ability of ski areas to offer more year-round uses on federal lands. “I’ve been fighting for five years to pass the ...


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Take a look at ‘Off the Grid’

By Dave Buchanan

Get on course and fish off the grid. Translated: Visit the Grand Valley Anglers’ meeting Thursday at Tiara Rado Golf Course and be among the first to see the fly fishing video “Off the Grid.” This breath-taking, two-hour ...


Elk hunting slow, but the fishing is fine

By Dave Buchanan

Various shades of orange, gold and brown color the days of autumn, and you’ll find them everywhere you turn. A lone hunter, fashionably outfitted in blaze orange from cap to ankles, was walking a spur road on the east side of Grand Mesa ...


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Scattered Success: Good news from elk camp comes in brief messages

By Dave Buchanan

With early elk hunters confronting generally mild weather, a full moon and fewer licenses available as elk herds near desired levels, the best news came in short messages. Bridgette Chadd of Grand Junction said she harvested a 5x5 bull ...


Credit unions selling Colorado Gems Cards

By Staff

The popular Colorado Gems Card, which offers discounts and some free ski days at nine Colorado ski resorts, is now available for $10 at any of the Credit Union of Colorado’s 15 statewide locations. The cards are issued by Colorado Ski ...


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Peewee football super bowl 2011

By Dean Humphrey

Fans enjoy a October tradition of peewee football.  ...


Judge halts uranium leasing program

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge on Tuesday suspended a 42-square-mile federal uranium-leasing program in southwestern Colorado over concerns potential environmental impacts have not been adequately considered. The ruling was made in response to a lawsuit ...


Tebow helps Dolphins’ sagging ticket sales

By The AP

MIAMI — Tim Tebow is giving the winless Miami Dolphins a welcome boost in ticket sales. Tebow will make his first start of the season Sunday when the Denver Broncos play at Miami, and Dolphins CEO Mike Dee said he’s optimistic the ...


Email letters, Oct. 19, 2011

By Staff

COLA raise is supposed to make recipients feel good As an old person — retired and on fixed income — I’m certainly not going to turn down the raise I’ll be receiving from Congress next year. The 3.5 percent cost of ...


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