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Derrieux lifts Tigers past Cheyenne South

By Staff

Jamie Derrieux carried the offensive load for the Grand Junction girls basketball team (7-1) in the first half of the Tigers’ 50-30 victory over Cheyenne South (0-6) Saturday at the Wildcat Tournament. The 5-foot-10 forward took 18 ...


Crimes-against-kids cases a major concern in budget negotiations

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The Mesa County Commission will thrash out the nearly $148 million budget for 2012 during a public hearing Monday. Commissioners for the last several weeks have dealt with a series of budget-related issues, such as deciding the level at which ...


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2011 Snowboard World Cup opens Wednesday at Telluride Ski Resort

By Dave Buchanan

The jumps, bumps and steep banked turns carved across the face of Telluride Ski Resort are quiet right now, but that won’t last long. The 2011 Snowboard World Cup opens Wednesday on Lower Misty Maiden and features many of the ...


Be sure to vote Silt’s Jackie Gross as 2012 Extreme Huntress

By Staff

A registration snafu has cost Jackie Gross of Silt several hundred votes in her quest to become the Tahoe Films 2012 Extreme Huntress. According to the contest rules, once you vote, you must then reply to a follow-up email from Tahoe Films, ...


Find out how a date ride can be a rewarding experience

By Staff

Anyone who has been married for a while knows that to succeed, you have to be willing to suffer. Few activities involve more suffering than cycling. This combination would lead one to assume that riding with a spouse would lead to new heights ...


Police blotter, Dec. 11, 2011

By Staff

And then there were three A woman returned to her car Nov. 30 to find a strange sight. One tire was missing. The woman’s vehicle was parked in front of Mount Garfield Middle School, 3475 Front St. Estimated loss was about $60. Juvenile ...


You Said It, Dec. 11, 2011

By Staff

I would like to thank everyone who came out to enjoy the 2011 Parade of Lights, and all the participants for doing such a great job of entertaining us. Also, kudos to the sheriff’s department for bringing out the bloodhound canine unit. ...


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Sentiments, melodies create more than holiday jingles

By Rachel Sauer

The familiar notes begin drifting from the radio mid-November. There’s some usual grousing about how it’s too early, it’s just earlier every year, but then the jingle bells. They’re irresistible. Stopped at a light, ...


Sing-along: Create your own Christmas song

By Rachel Sauer

In this most jingly, sparkly, wassail-y time of year, when the airwaves are filled with angels sweetly singing o’er the plain and silver bells, we pause to consider the music. It’s special, it’s fun, it elicits nostalgia and ...


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Embroidery machines advance into quilt arena

By Sherida Warner

So you think you’re proficient in multi-tasking? Well, that skill could slip a notch or two compared with the newest trend — multi-hooping. It’s one of the catchphrases in computerized machine embroidery, a sewing system ...


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