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Sixth helicopter requested to fight Paradox fire

By The Associated Press

PARADOX – Fire managers have requested an additional helicopter to help fight a nine-square-mile wildfire in western Colorado near the Utah border. Rita Baysinger of the Rocky Mountain Area Coordination Center says the helicopter is ...


Lincoln Park Men’s Club Golf Results May 30, 2012

By Julie Norman

Lincoln Park Men's Club - May 30, 2012 ABCD Modified Scramble 1st Frank W., Joe W., Tony A., Bob A. 61 2nd David W., Jack B., John S., Chris ...


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AED device could help rural sheriffs save lives

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s such a simple device packed with life saving technology. A quick training video, shown to members of the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department Rural Area Division or RAD officers Wednesday afternoon, explained how to properly ...


Nine people rescued from Telluride gondola

By The Associated Press

TELLURIDE – Officials in the southwestern Colorado town of Mountain Village say nine people and a dog had to be lowered from gondola cars when a gearbox problem caused the system to shut down. The Telluride Daily Planet reports that ...


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GJ art student’s collograph displayed in Carnegie Hall

By Melinda Mawdsley

Even Edgar Garcia Jimenez is surprised by all the attention he has received for one piece of art. As you read this, the Grand Junction High School student is in New York City to receive a Gold Medal from the Scholastic Art & Writing ...


Woman gets 40 years prison sentence in abuse of 21-month-old girl

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS – A Colorado Springs woman has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for bounding a 21-month-old girl with tape, holding her under cold water and causing injuries that left the child unable to walk or talk. The Gazette ...


Firework lodges in man’s chest; bomb squad called

By The Associated Press

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A Minnesota man is in critical condition after surgeons removed an unexploded firework from his chest after taking advice from the bomb squad. Anoka County Sheriff’s Detective Mike Lapham says 31-year-old Nick ...


Waterline break leaves 12 GJ homes without water

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A dozen Grand Junction homes are without water this afternoon after a contractor accidentally broke a city waterline. The contractor, who was hired to drill for soil samples for the city’s upcoming waterline replacement project, hit a ...


Redlands Mesa Men’s Club Golf Results May 30, 2012

By Julie Norman

Redlands Mesa Men's Club - May 30, 2012 Low Gross/Low Net - 9 Hole Game (Back) 1st Gross Shad Johnson 33 T2nd Gross Tim Holzschuh 37 T2nd ...


Mesa outfielder selected All-American again

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Colorado Mesa senior outfielder Jeff Popick was selected to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) and National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Assocation (NCBWA) All-America teams, the organizations announced. Popick, who had a ...


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