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Lawmakers avoid standoff, end session

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers averted a special session not long before the 2011 session ended Wednesday evening when House Republicans backed away from a controversial amendment to a routine measure. A brouhaha began Tuesday when GOP ...


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Coupon clippers going to extremes

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The pantry in Kacey Cornum’s Grand Junction kitchen resembles a miniature grocery store. A set of shelves in front of the furnace holds dozens of boxes of identical cereals and canned foods. Around the corner, another set of shelves ...


Montrose city manager choice brings controversy

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose Mayor Kathy Ellis acknowledged Wednesday a city manager candidate has been offered a contract. Meanwhile, a pair of City Council members said the final decision on the city manager was not made in a public meeting, as ...


Official: Air firm looking at other locales

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Extra Aircraft, frustrated by slow-moving negotiations with Montrose County to locate a manufacturing facility there, is looking for another community to locate, if need be, according to a company official. Errol Bader, head ...


River Basin, Denver Water proposal will be discussed

By Staff

A public discussion of a proposed agreement between Denver Water and water users in the Colorado River Basin will take place at 6:30 p.m. May 19 in Grand Junction City Hall. Officials from Denver Water and the Colorado River Conservation ...


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Spring weather offers grab bag

By Amy Hamilton

Weather that has fluctuated in the last week from balmy to downright cool and soggy has some of us scratching our heads. Indeed, temperatures in the Grand Valley lately have either been above normal or below normal for this time of year, ...


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Tigers’ pitching staff key to 5A playoff win

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Grand Junction High School baseball coach Kyle Rush was confident he had enough position players back this season to make another run at the state playoffs. The 11-year veteran, though, wasn’t sure how the pitching staff would ...


Chipola (Fla.) punches first ticket to JUCO

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Chipola (Fla.) College is ranked 15th in the nation, but the Indians are the No. 1 qualifier for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Central Arizona College enters the Region 1 playoffs ranked first in the NJCAA/Perfect Game USA ...


Death notices, May 12, 2011

By Staff

Sally Gallegos, 85, Grand Junction, died May 10, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mrs. Gallegos was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Joe of Grand Junction; two ...


All-RMAC baseball team, May 11, 2011

By Staff

Central Region Rankings Team OA In-Reg. 1. St. Cloud State 39-8 34-6 2. Minnesota State Mankato 39-8 35-5 3. Nebraska-Kearney 32-15 32-14 4. Mesa State 29-19 29-19 5. Metro State 29-15 29-15 6. Wayne State (Neb.) 25-17 22-14 7. Winona ...


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