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Fighting for a dream: GJ’s Brenton wants to work way onto ‘The Ultimate Fighter 12’

By Patrick Bahr

Jason Brenton is on the way to fulfilling his dream. Brenton, a 23-year-old mixed martial arts fighter from Grand Junction, is trying to fight his way onto the Spike TV reality show, “The Ultimate Fighter 12,” which will air in ...

Expect traffic delays near Glenwood Springs

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Department of Transportation and contractor Elam Construction begin a surface treatment project on Interstate 70 west of Glenwood Springs on Monday. I-70 will be resurfaced between mile point 110.1 and mile point ...

Missing ketchup packet causes man to lose temper

By Melinda Mawdsley

An upset McDonald’s customer on Saturday threatened “to cause a scene” over a packet of ketchup, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. When the man ordered ketchup with his biscuit and did not get the ...

UPDATE: Dynamite ditched north of Loma

By Melinda Mawdsley

Federal authorities are looking into who purchased the approximately 16 pounds of dynamite that was found Saturday north of Loma. Investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, or ATF, want to know who bought the ...

Teen sailor had doubts before sailing around globe

By The AP

SYDNEY — The young Australian who spent seven months sailing around the world said critics who doubted her abilities had some company — the 16-year-old herself. Jessica Watson, who became the youngest person to sail around the ...

Ritter gives graduation speech to tiny class

By The AP

WALSH, Colo. — Graduating seniors at Walsh High School should have a good view of the Colorado governor when he gives their commencement address. After all, there are only a dozen members of the class. Gov. Bill Ritter was scheduled for ...

Beer used as weapon in gas station heist

By The AP

PUEBLO, Colo. — Bud Light may not be advertising these two as “Real Men of Genius.” Two men in Pueblo are accused of using an 18-pack case of Bud Light as a weapon while stealing beer at a Loaf ‘N Jug convenience ...

Feds consider charging hikers on Colorado peaks

By The AP

DENVER — Hikers who tackle some of Colorado’s highest peaks could soon face a toll beyond the physical. The federal government is considering charging hikers up to $20 to access popular mountaintops. The U.S. Forest Service says ...

Printed letters, May 16, 2010

By Staff

City should be stricter on transient camps Regarding the May 8 story, “Cops probed in damage complaint,” there are two questions that we need to answer: Did the officers in fact damage transient’s property? Does anybody ...

Dynamite ditched north of Loma

By Paul Shockley

A volunteer on a highway cleanup crew north of Loma on Saturday stumbled across approximately 16 pounds of dynamite abandoned in a ditch. Mesa County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Sally Weese said authorities were called around 10 ...

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