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Adobe Creek Sr Men’s League June 22, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - June 22, 2011 First Flight 1st Jerry Haberland   2nd Brad Pearson   3rd Mike ...


Bike to Work Day 2011

Bicyclists enjoy rewards on Bike to Work Day

By Daniel Humphries

Three-year-old Bridger Beyhan was too busy shoving the cream-cheesed bagel in his mouth to dwell on the effort it took for him to find his treat. The youngster, along with his one-year-old sister, Heidi, and parents Billy and Lainey, had just ...


Conservation district says 3 dams in danger

By The AP

MONTROSE — Conservation district officials are warning that lives and property may be at risk unless Montrose County helps maintain three flood-control dams. The Shavano Conservation District says it can no longer afford to pay about ...


Colorado casinos betting on expansion

By The AP

DENVER — Two casinos are preparing for grand openings next month and a third is wrapping up a major renovation amid complaints that the industry is suffering from the recession. In May, the gaming commission authorized a 5 percent tax ...


062211 Reapportionment house

Legislative map blurs district lines

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, would not be able to drive from one end of her House district to the other without going through Rep. Ray Scott’s district. Montrose Republican Rep. Don Coram, meanwhile, would no longer come north to ...


Motor home goes off freeway, hits pickup; 1 driver dead

By Staff

The driver of a pickup died Tuesday evening after his vehicle and a motor home collided on U.S. Highway 6 about 14 miles west of Rifle, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The highway was closed in both directions for several hours after ...


GJ Medicare payments near bottom, study says

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Grand Junction might get plaudits from national organizations looking for better ways to provide health care, but it has yet to pay off in the pocketbook for practitioners. Physicians, hospitals and other providers in the Grand Junction ...


Scenic supporters defend school, urge it stay open

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Jessica Downing-Ford enrolled her son in Scenic Elementary when she fell in love with the small Redlands school four years ago. Now she wonders whether her son will spend his fifth-grade year with his friends or at a school closer to his home ...


Johnson Shane

Jury quickly convicts felon in bed-sheet escape

By Paul Shockley

A jury needed just 30 minutes of deliberation Tuesday to convict a man in the only successful escape from Mesa County Jail. “See you in a few minutes,” an attorney in the case said, walking to a fourth-floor elevator about 5 p.m., ...


Meeker-area mule deer population down sharply

By Dennis Webb

MEEKER — Bryce Purkey watched his family’s game-processing business go from processing as many as 1,500 deer and elk in a year to handling less than 400 two years ago. And more of those 400 were elk than deer. “There’s ...


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