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Homegrown: Privacy fence, cedar mulch

By Dennis Hill

I want to create a living privacy screen. Our house sits high, so we can look over a 6-foot fence. What I need is something that would work on the east side that gets full sun most of the day. I would prefer an evergreen with a mature height ...

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Moab and movies: Area famous for years of famous films

By Melinda Mawdsley

Red rock deserts have more in common with red carpets than one might think. Although southeastern Utah seems like a better place to pitch a tent than a director’s chair, rural areas from Moab to Monument Valley have hosted some of the ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results July 26, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - July 26, 2010 18 Hole Game 1st Flight 1st Lyn Liljenberg 2nd Flight 1st Glenda Oliver 3rd ...

Foes: Lawsuits likely if medical pot ban approved by voters

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction may be the target of lawsuits from Front Range attorneys if either entity places a medical-marijuana-center ban on the Nov. 2 ballot and voters approve it. Both governing bodies decided last week to ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results July 26, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - July 26, 2010 Eclectic-9 Hole Winners 1st & 2nd Flight 1st Johann Wakefield 1st & 2nd Flight 2nd Penny ...

Buck regrets slam against tea party birthers

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck is apologizing for his remarks about tea party members who question President Obama’s birth certificate. Outside a campaign stop in Crowley in June, Buck used a vulgarity in referring ...

Backcountry skier dies in Rocky Mtn Nat’l Park

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Rangers have found the body of a backcountry skier in Rocky Mountain National Park. The National Park Service says the 40-year-old Colorado man was reported overdue on Sunday. He was said to be an ...

Anti-tax crusader to fight contempt allegations

By The AP

DENVER — The father of Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is fighting a contempt-of-court citation. Douglas Bruce of Colorado Springs appeared today to answer a contempt citation related to a lawsuit over tax-cutting ...

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4 injured in 4-vehicle wreck near Fruita

By Paul Shockley

Four people were hospitalized Sunday after the driver of an eastbound sedan lost control on Interstate 70 near Fruita, causing a four-vehicle accident that closed westbound traffic nearly two hours. Fruita police officer Gary Younger said the ...

‘Idol’ audition winner eyes repeat in Texas

By Paul Shockley

Besting a field of 120 vying for a shot at stardom,  Shea Bramer of Grand Junction won’t mess with success. Bramer, 25, who has earned an audition before cameras in Austin, Texas, is already pondering what songs he’ll roll ...

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