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Quail first introduced to this area in 1890s

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When I am driving around in the country, it is always a pleasure to see a mama quail leading her babies along the way. I had assumed all these years — and we all know that you should never do that — that quail were indigenous to ...


Fall sports practices get going in full next week

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Several high school student-athletes are participating in camps this week, but Monday the fall sports season begins for real. Cross country, football, boys soccer, softball, boys tennis and volleyball begin practice Monday. Boys golf began ...


Sports Briefs, Aug. 11, 2011

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Prep Golf Palisade ties for sixth in first tourney Palisade finished tied for sixth place Thursday in the Grand Valley Invitational at Battlement Mesa Golf Club. The Bulldogs were led by Kyler Smith, who finished with an 80. Skyler Miller ...


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Ice Age mammals to follow popular T.rex into museum

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The tyrannosaurus that came to Fruita this summer attracted plenty of interest. As a result, the Museum of Western Colorado decided it will bring in another attraction to lure more visitors to Dinosaur Journey in Fruita next ...


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Freshman CB Price may challenge for a starting spot

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Jordan Price’s new teammates saw him play for the first time Thursday and quickly came up with his nickname. Price, now known as “Texas” to his Colorado Mesa University teammates, impressed them with his speed and agility on ...


Death notices, Aug. 12, 2011

By Staff

Patricia Anne Bielak-Gratton, 68, Grand Junction, died Aug. 9, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Ms. Bielak-Gratton was a teacher. Survivors include one ...


Foreclosure sales, filings decrease in Mesa County

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Foreclosure filings and sales are declining in Mesa County, according to data released Thursday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Nearly 7 percent fewer foreclosure filings, which mark the beginning of the foreclosure process, were issued ...


Court hearings set for suspected bank robbers

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MONTROSE —  Suspected bank robber Troy Ashley waived formal advisement and his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday morning. His next court appearance will be in district court Aug. 29. Codefendant Brandon Smith also appeared ...


Briefs, Aug. 12, 2011

By Staff

Car show, sock hop at museum Saturday Allen Unique Autos will host Hot Summer Night, featuring a car show and sock hop, from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the auto museum, 2285 River Road. Dance to live music during the parking-lot sock hop and ...


Mesa County seeks comment on protecting Mount Garfield view

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Mesa County officials want to hear from the public on how best to protect the view of Mount Garfield, one of the most notable landmarks in the Grand Valley. The county is asking citizens to participate in a survey as it considers adopting ...


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