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For The Record, June 25, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Michael Renteria and Samantha Sanvhez, Grand Junction, a son, June 17. Sara Dabney, Cedaredge, adaughter, June 18. Mistie Hall, Cedaredge, a daughter, June 18. Richard and Kendy Yahn, Delta, a son, ...


062411 McDonalds tennis 1

Nordstrom enjoys tough competition at 18 singles

By Patrick Bahr

The goal of the McDonald’s Junior Tennis tournament is to have players challenging themselves. Friday at the Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State College, many players challenged themselves by moving up into older age brackets, with ...


Sports in Brief: Gene Taylor’s tops Legacy Longhorns

By Staff

Local Baseball Taylor’s tops Legacy Longhorns Roland McLaren drove in three runs and threw two innings of relief Friday for the save in the Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team’s 9-4 victory over the Legacy Longhorns ...


E-mail letters, June 24 2011

By Staff

We should learn lesson of what felled Rome Question: What have we learned in the last 2,066 years? “The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be ...


Breckenridge fire district names 1st female chief

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — A Breckenridge fire department is boasting an historic first in Colorado — the first female chief of an all-professional fire department. The Red, White & Blue Fire Protection District announced today that Lori ...


GJ brothers jailed on suspicion of attempted murder

By Paul Shockley

Two Grand Junction brothers are accused assaulting a man with a knife and causing a traffic accident during an incident which developed over the span of two days earlier this month, according to an arrest affidavit. A parole client, Efren ...


062411 Water for Haiti mojo

Local woman provides clean water for Haiti

By Daniel Humphries

Tammie Martin is a world traveler for all the right reasons. She has ventured to Africa and Haiti for volunteer work, and is planning a two-week return trip to the earthquake-devastated nation in July. Martin will leave July 21 and will join ...


Coroner says Kansas rafter died of drowning

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County Coroner Office says a Kansas man who died on a rafting trip on the Cache la Poudre River west of Fort Collins died of drowning and complications of heart disease. The man was identified as 69-year-old ...


House repudiates Obama on Libya

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., supported a measure calling for the withdrawal of American forces involved with hostilities in Libya. The measure carried 295-123 today and was supported by all House Republicans and 70 Democrats. The measure ...


Steep terrain hindering containment of fire

By The AP

WESTCLIFFE — Crews have contained 80 percent of a 7-square-mile wildfire in southern Colorado, but steep terrain is hampering completion of the fire line around the west flank. The Duckett fire started June 12 near Westcliffe. ...


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