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Mortgage money to help homeowners

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Part of Colorado’s portion of settlement money from a multistate lawsuit against the nation’s five largest mortgage lenders will go toward helping people avoid foreclosure in the future, state leaders announced ...


Cops called to protest of Planned Parenthood

By Paul Shockley

A mystery man tossing trash on the roof of Glenwood Springs’ Planned Parenthood office was enough to bring out police officers Friday afternoon. Employees at the office, 50923 U.S. Highway 6, called police after they said they watched a ...


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Mavericks fall apart

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The Colorado Mesa University baseball team hasn’t had the offensive production it’s accustomed to this season, but the pitching and defense have been there. The Mavericks didn’t have any of it Friday, committing a ...


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Davis the pack leader for ‘Dogs

By Nick Walter

Before the next Flannery Davis takes over, the original Flannery Davis has one final year to overcome “senioritis” and help lead the Palisade soccer team back to state. What’s senioritis? An affliction of anticipation that ...


Lera, McMillen earn All-America honors

By Staff

Brooke Lera did it again and Jaclyn McMillen joined her. Lera, a Colorado Mesa diver, placed 12th in the 1-meter diving competition Friday at the NCAA Division II swimming & diving national championships in Mansfield, Texas, to earn her ...


Health care fraud results in 4-year prison sentence

By Paul Shockley

A local man who stole at least $3.5 million from a program that helps uranium industry workers was sentenced Friday to serve four years in federal prison. Anthony Paul Breaux of Palisade, former owner of Honor-Bound Healthcare Providers Inc., ...


Blotter, March 17, 2012

By Staff

Felony menacing alleged Gregory J. Johnston, 32, 521 Fairview Road, was arrested Thursday after Grand Junction police officers responded to a call from two women who said a man pointed a shotgun wrapped in a red bandana at them, according ...


Palisade splits pair at Montrose Invite

By Staff

Palisade’s Tate Herland pitched a complete-game four-hitter and homered as the Palisade High School baseball team downed Emery, Utah, 8-1, at the Montrose Invitational. Later, Montrose beat Palisade, 9-3, as Indians pitcher Zane Hemond ...


BLM OKs 159-acre addition to Oxbow coal mining lease

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management approved a coal lease modification Friday that it says will allow continuation of mining adjacent to an existing federal lease at the Elk Creek Mine in Somerset. The action adds about 159 acres to a lease owned ...


Death Notices, March 17, 2012

By Staff

■ Kenneth Arnold Arensmeyer, 69, Grand Junction, died March 15, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. March 31 at Redlands United Methodist Church. Mr. Arensmeyer was a parts manager in the automobile ...


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