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Dog mutilated, found hanging from bridge, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

A teenager is accused of mutilating a dog and hanging its carcass from the pedestrian bridge over the Colorado River near Eagle Rim Park, according to an arrest affidavit. Joseph Nelson, 18, was arrested Tuesday on a police warrant for ...


Email letters, Nov. 2, 2011

By Staff

Keep airport board free from politics While I whole heartedly support replacing Councilmember Bill Pitts on the Grand Junction Regional Airport Commission, as a former mayor and past airport commissioner, I must question the City ...


CMC board incumbents ousted

By Dennis Webb

Both incumbents seeking re-election to the Colorado Mountain College board of trustees lost in this week’s election. Stan Orr, the board president and the trustee for eastern Garfield County, was defeated by Kathy Goudy, a Carbondale ...


Sustainability: Oct. 29, 2011

By Adele Israel

Angry consumers and Occupy Wall Street protesters have found common ground in their disgust with mega-banks. They are mad and not going to take it anymore. According to a Facebook page, the deadline for “Bank Transfer Day” is Nov. ...


Drip tip: Oct. 29, 2011

By Staff

LAWN SPRINKLER WINTERIZATION: When winterizing sprinkler systems, if you have a backflow preventer, don’t forget to prepare it for winter as well. These devices could have several different components that, if frozen, can be quite ...


Homegrown: Oct. 29, 2011

By Dennis Hill

I have two aspen trees in my front yard that were planted in the spring of 2000, and both were doing beautifully until this year. One of them is still lovely with lots of leaves. The other has fewer leaves and those leaves are very tiny. In ...


As ‘Sense and Sensibility’ turns 200,  Jane Austen remains a most beloved writer

By Rachel Sauer

For those with a pair of fine eyes, those who long for a ball, who don’t want to starve in the hedgerows, who run mad and do not faint, who make sport for the neighbors and laugh at them in turn… For the readers and dreamers, the ...


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Spellbinders spark children’s imaginations

By Rachel Sauer

Once upon a time… Once upon a time there was a ghost who ate pie. “How can a ghost eat pie?” inquires a wondering third-grader. “It’ll go right through him.” Well. Just listen to this, Janice Hogue tells ...


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Carelessly off target

By Dave Buchanan

With Colorado’s big-game season half over and two more weeks to go, the tally of illegally killed moose continues to grow. As of Monday, 11 moose have been reported killed unnecessarily since the start of the hunting season on Oct. ...


Get ready for Taste of Home

By Staff

The questions started coming as far back as last spring: “This is the year for Taste of Home, right?” Well, fall is here and yes, it’s time for food, fun, good times and great recipes, prizes and great booths with the latest ...


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