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Victim of budget cut has ‘no concept’ that world about to change

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Dennis Bray was something of a miracle four decades ago. He was the first baby to survive a surgery designed to repair his circulatory system, which was out of kilter at birth, according to his younger sister, Susan Bray-Hall. Survival came ...


Blotter: Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

Climber’s body recovered • Summit County Search and Rescue volunteers have recovered the body of a Wyoming man who collapsed Friday while climbing Quandary Peak, a 14,265-foot mountain in the Tenmile Range about six miles ...


SPEAKING OF SCIENCE Calculate this: Slide rule invented in 1600s

By Staff

When you look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average or a bank statement or your receipt at the grocery local store, do you ever stop to think about how numbers are actually processed? (It’s OK – you won’t be in trouble if you ...


Art cloth uncovers complex designs, reveals inner self

By Sherida Warner

Jane Dunnewold is a woman of the cloth — art cloth, that is. When this San Antonio resident creates art, she combines her complex personality with the age-old techniques of printing and dyeing fabric. Dunnewold’s result is a ...


Briefs: Your Town Aug. 30, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

As they should this time of year, the days are getting shorter. That doesn’t mean I like it. No sir, not one bit. But I can’t change it, either. What it means, however, is mowing the lawn after work in the dark (do lawn mowers ...


Monument rangers arrest Fruita man after wreck

By Amy Hamilton

A 30-year-old Fruita man faces federal charges that he drove a stolen vehicle into a welcome sign on Colorado National Monument on Friday night, monument officials said. Jason Rowland Mathis was booked into Mesa County Jail after park rangers ...


Bargain hunters get odds-and-ends worth

By Amy Hamilton

If you couldn’t find what you were looking for Saturday at the World’s Greatest Yard Sale, it probably doesn’t exist. Any number of items such as decorative knickknacks, power tools and baby clothes spilled over tables and ...


1+1=SURVIVING

By Emily Shockley

Jo Jo Ping would have closed her 12-year-old restaurant last August if it weren’t for her customers. “My customers love me and asked me, ‘Please don’t go out of business,’ ” she said. But times were ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz Aug. 30, 2009

By Emily Shockley

Professional car washing soap distributor Blendco has certified Redlands Canyon View Car Wash, 2258 S. Broadway, a green car washing facility. The car wash is the first in Grand Junction to receive certification from Blendco. Blendco ...


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Ritter’s raid on Roan revenue rankles foe

By Dennis Webb

When Gov. Bill Ritter decided this month to use $14.3 million in Roan Plateau oil and gas lease revenue to help balance the state budget, it meant money no longer would be available to possibly help resolve litigation challenging those ...


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