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Voices anything but idle at tryouts for reality TV show

By Daniel Humphries

Kody Taylor had been staking out Allen Unique Autos, the site of this year’s local “American Idol” auditions, for three days, watching for the competition to arrive. The 17-year-old Clifton resident didn’t want a ...


Ex-official: Study suggests methane in water from rigs

By Dennis Webb

The woman who was recently fired as Garfield County’s oil and gas liaison says an ongoing study is suggesting a link between natural gas development and methane in shallow groundwater south of Silt. However, Judy Jordan said she ...


Blotter, July 17, 2011

By Staff

Swimmer swept away The Grand County, Utah, Sheriff’s Department was unable to find a woman who was swept downriver from the Hal Canyon Campground near Moab on Friday. Teri Elizabeth Jackson, 20, of Orem, Utah, was swimming in the ...


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England swings in music, fabric design

By Sherida Warner

Rebekah Merkle, 34, has discovered — like singer-songwriter Roger Miller before her — that England truly does swing. If you’re under age 50, you may not have a clue about Roger Miller. But you’ve probably hummed the ...


Biz Buzz, July 17, 2011

By Staff

First, Mick and Kirsten Jansma built a custom backyard play system — swing set, slide, monkey bars, etc. — for their kids. And their neighbor saw it and asked the Jansmas to build one for them. Then a fellow churchgoer inquired ...


GJ author’s 3rd book in series out

By Staff

GJ author’s 3rd book in series out Grand Junction author Rebecca Hale has released her third book in her feline mystery series. The book, “How to Moon a Cat,” hit stores July 5 and is available for $7.99. Hale’s first ...


For the Record, July 16, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Wayne and Amy Carruth, Fruita, a daughter, May 24. Mike and Barbara Rathbone, Grand Junction, a daughter, July 1. Derek Sanchez and Whitney Cooley, Grand Junction, a daughter, July 3. Samuel Delacruz and ...


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Mega-mansion deals spur rebound in Aspen market

By Dennis Webb

Got $10 million or $20 million in loose change jingling in your pocket? It’s a great time to get a good deal on a mansion in Aspen. High-end real estate sales are helping lead a recovery in this resort for the uber-rich. Or as Tim ...


Death Notices, July 16, 2011

By Staff

Misha Grace Armstrong, 4 months, Hotchkiss, died July 4, 2011, at her home. Services will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Mountain View Bible Church in Lazear. Survivors include her parents, Jeff and Kaylee and siblings Sequoia, Hannah, Chloe, Lila ...


‘Mud-boggers’ on sensitive BLM land issued $400 tickets

By Paul Shockley

Several people driving through mud-bogged, sensitive lands inside Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area may pay $400 for the experience, the Bureau of Land Management said Friday. The individuals, who were not identified, were issued $400 ...


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