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Main Street fountain in dry spell

By Amy Hamilton

It’s been quite a while since water flowed freely from a public fountain at the northwest corner of Third and Main streets in Grand Junction. The fountain, created in 1996 or 1997, was operational until a few years ago, when soil ...

Central in complete control: Warriors’ offense, defense dominate Wildcats

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Central was looking for the complete game, and found it Friday night at Stocker Stadium against Fruita Monument. The Warriors put together a tough defensive performance, and after two rough losses, the Warriors’ offense joined the ...

Natural-gas processing plant at full capacity, Williams says

By Dennis Webb

Williams is now operating at full capacity for natural gas processing at its new Willow Creek plant in Rio Blanco County, the company says. Williams said in a news release that its $360 million plant began operations Aug. 7. It has since ...

Broncos ready to rumble to 4-0 start

By Rick Jussel

If Michael Buffer was announcing, he would tap on the microphone a couple of times to make sure it was working. Looking perfectly grand in his tux, after reading a lengthy list of introductions, he would then yell, “Let’s get ready ...

Fulfilling dreams: Geoff Baldwin thriving in baseball after high school

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It didn’t take very long for Geoff Baldwin to do in professional baseball what he’d done at Grand Junction High School. Baldwin was the 10th round pick of the Kansas City Royals in June’s amateur baseball draft. After being ...


Riverview Business Park ponders future without Department of Energy

By Staff

The home of the nonprofit Business Incubator Center faces an uncertain future. Since 1999, the Business Incubator Center has been housed at the Riverview Business Park, 2591 B 3/4 Road, down the road from the Orchard Mesa Cemetery. The ...

Fired cop showed no red flags during hiring process

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The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department invests about $40,000 into every deputy it hires, from the day an applicant fills out a form to the day the new deputy is allowed to drive the road alone. One of those who twice survived extensive ...

Tracking wolves: Officials use technology to monitor whereabouts

By Dave Buchanan

Federal officials still aren’t saying who or what killed a lone female wolf found dead in March just north of Rifle. The wolf, known as wolf 341F, was an 18-month-old female originally part of a pack roaming between Gardiner and ...

Glade Park Parade 10-3-9

Glade Park loves a parade: almost 70 entries

By Emily Shockley

The last time Glade Park had a parade it was 1982, and the procession consisted of a 4-H Club float and a Glade Park Fire Department vehicle. Midway through the route, Steve Miller said, he and the fire chief got in a water fight. “We ...

100409 Haggerty hike

Despite dermabrasion, hiking Coal Canyon can be exciting

By Staff

Skin and beauty tip: According to WebMD, “Dermabrasion is a technique that uses a wire brush or a diamond wheel with rough edges (called a burr or fraise) to remove the upper layers of the skin. The brush or burr rotates rapidly, taking ...

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