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Twitter: a waste of cyberspace

By Steve Beauregard

Today we’ll start off with a warm and friendly message to all you nice folks out there who — without any sort of compensation or personal benefit — are kind enough to selflessly reach deep down into your souls and use Twitter ...


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Helmick monitored husband’s voice mail

By Paul Shockley

Miriam Helmick repeatedly accessed the voice mail of her husband’s cell phone in the months leading up to his killing, according to testimony in Helmick’s murder trial Wednesday. Although prosecutors sought to illustrate what they ...


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Man walks away from plane crash

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The pilot of a single-engine plane walked away from a crash after he tried to land his plane on a residential street near downtown Montrose Wednesday morning. A 911 caller reported that a small plane, piloted by Montrose ...


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TLC for holiday leftovers

By Staff

It seems almost a sure bet that when talking about the big Thanksgiving meal, the conversation almost always turns to the anticipation of the leftovers. The planning, shopping, peeling, chopping and cooking is all worth it, considering what ...


Suspect pleads guilty, sentenced in fatal beating of gas worker

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A man pleaded guilty Wednesday in the 2005 fatal beating of an oil and gas worker and received a three-year prison sentence. But the victim’s mother, Karen Brooks of Montrose, said Ronald Isaac’s real ...


Contractors clash over bidding on Main Street

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The cost and scope of the renovation of seven blocks of Main Street in downtown Grand Junction have been scrutinized and criticized since the project was unveiled seven months ago. Now, exactly who should perform the work is a matter of some ...


Get over your fear of delegation

By Sheri Fisher

“Things are hectic,” Claire said as we started our coaching session. “I have several new properties on the market, which has added a lot to my work load.” “Do you have an assistant?” I asked. “I have ...


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Children try to help others far away

By Emily Shockley

Chipeta and Dos Rios elementary school students will affect the lives of their classmates and kids nearly 10,000 miles away with their next fundraiser. Students will sell six styles of bracelets made by South African women for $4 to $10 ...


Police Blotter, Nov. 17, 2009

By Staff

3-vehicle wreck injures 2 Two people were injured and taken to St. Mary’s Hospital after an accident around 8:45 p.m. Monday at E and 30 roads. Three vehicles were involved in the crash. A driver and a passenger complaining of spine ...


Helmick calm during adversity, tapes show

By Amy Hamilton

A Whitewater woman on trial in the killing of her husband cried little and spoke softly during separate interviews with police after an attempt to blow up their car in Delta and two months later after her husband’s murder. Miriam ...


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