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Arizona’s Brewer endorses Norton

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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, a favorite of conservatives for signing a law aimed at controlling illegal immigration, has endorsed Jane Norton in her bid to become one of Colorado’s U.S. senators. Norton, a Grand Junction native and former ...


Death notices, July 25, 1020

By Staff

Randolph B. “Randy” Frye Jr., 88, Hotchkiss, died July 18, 2010, at his home. Services took place July 23 at Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Marden; two brothers, George M. of Port Townsend, Wash., and Robert L. ...


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120 contestants perform at ‘American Idol’ audition, hoping to be next Clay Aiken

By William Woody

In the showroom of the Ashley Furniture Homestore, seated in folding chairs, plush love-seats and sofas, hundreds of friends and family watched and supported 120 brave contestants of an “American Idol” audition. In a room adjacent ...


Police blotter, July 25, 2010

By Staff

Arrested in alleged assault A man was arrested early Friday morning after allegedly chasing another man with a hand-size garden rake, then punching his roommate 10 times. Grand Junction police officers arrested Raymond Ygnacio Ramos, 46, at ...


$10 million hit feared if propositions pass, city manager warns

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction plans to budget for flat or decreased revenues in the 2011 city budget. City Manager Laurie Kadrich said there are some indications of an upward trend in revenue. But she told Grand Junction City Council members ...


Panel approves $24 million for Roaring Fork rapid transit

By Staff

The U.S. House Appropriations Committee approved $24 million for Bus Rapid Transit improvements in the Roaring Fork Valley between Glenwood Springs and Aspen, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said Friday. The funding for the Roaring Fork ...


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Moose on the mesa: DOW, U.S. Forest Service to host informational event on Grand Mesa

By Staff

Wildlife management is a topic fraught with controversy, whether it’s something as relatively simple as stocking fish (remember the dustup over whether greenback cutthroat trout were stocked in western Colorado?) or reintroducing a ...


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‘America’s Great Outdoors Initiative’ hears opinions of GJ at listening session

By Bill Haggerty

Have you ever listened to a listening session? Lots of noise. Representatives from the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the U.S. ...


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Double your pleasure: Hopkings, Poudrier win 4.0 women’s doubles title

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Tammy Hopkins and Lisa Poudrier played in the Taco Bell Western Slope Open women’s 4.0 division for the first time, but they competed like veterans. Hopkins and Poudrier won the 4.0 women’s doubles title, defeating Jennie Aubert ...


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Center of attention: Elliott Tennis Center’s revamp will be ‘absolutley incredible’

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Today will be the last time anyone plays tennis at the Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State College — at least for a while. Beginning Monday, the eight courts will be torn down and construction will begin on a new set of courts at the ...


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