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World War II-era Flying Fortress in Montrose, along with other warplanes, for salute to vets

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Of the tens of thousands of military aircraft built during World War II, none is more iconic than the B-17 Flying Fortress. One such airplane, the “Sentimental Journey,” touched down in Montrose on Thursday to ...

Truck driver won’t face felony charge in fatal crash

By Dennis Webb

Prosecutors decided against filing any felony charges against a Del Norte man accused of running a red light in a log-hauling truck and killing the driver of a vehicle near Glenwood Springs on Aug. 16. Jim Leuthauser, chief deputy district ...

University plans alumni awards banquet

By Staff

Four alumni and the Mesa State College 1982 football team will be recognized tonight at the Colorado Mesa University Awards Banquet in the University Center Ballroom. Michael Burke, class of 1990, and Greg Walcher, class of 1979, will receive ...

Death Notices, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Melisa Joann Perkins-Emigh, 79, Hotchkiss, died Sept. 19, 2011, at her home. Private family services will be at a later date. Mrs. Perkins-Emigh was a homemaker, teacher and an artist. Survivors include her husband, Chalmers Emigh; three ...

Injury crash closes westbound lanes of Interstate 70

By Staff

Westbound traffic on Interstate 70 was diverted Thursday night as authorities responded to the scene of a rollover crash that occurred roughly across the roadway from Fruita Monument High School. Three vehicles were involved in the crash, and ...

Blotter, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Man arrested on warrant A Grand Junction man accused of two counts of attempted murder was arrested on a warrant Wednesday on suspicion of not appearing in court, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Nicholas Alfonso ...

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Bulldogs rebound from tough loss to top Demons

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team rebounded from a stunning loss to Delta with a seesaw 25-19, 25-14, 22-25, 28-26 win over Glenwood Springs on Thursday night. “We didn’t control our errors against Delta,” coach Wendy ...

Move from safety to WR has been good for Mesa’s Whaley

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It’s not unusual for a college football player to switch positions, but it usually happens long before his final year of eligibility. Colorado Mesa University senior Tanner Whaley, though, has made that move and become a big-play option ...

Change in sublease could signal Ghosts are on the move

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The Casper Ghosts haven’t been released from their lease agreement with the city of Casper, but it could happen soon. The Ghosts’ sublease agreement was reduced this past season, Casper American Legion President Cole Chuman told ...

Sports Briefs, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

College Tennis Kearney sweeps Colorado Mesa men Nebraska-Kearney swept the six singles matches and three doubles matches to defeat Colorado Mesa University’s men’s tennis team 9-0 in a non-conference dual Thursday in Kearney, ...

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