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Witnesses: Fight led to shootings

By Paul Shockley

At least two witnesses told investigators that a man left a home in Fruitvale after he was in a brawl at an early morning party, then returned to the party and shot five people, according to an arrest affidavit. Witnesses said Joshua Gregory ...


Palisade fights hard in loss to Steamboat

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The Palisade High School boys basketball team is learning the valuable lessons that close losses tend to bring. Heading into Saturday night’s game against Steamboat Springs, the Bulldogs (5-7, 2-2 Western Slope League) had already ...


Two in clerk’s office announce candidacy

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Two Republicans announced their bids Friday for Mesa County offices. Clerk and Recorder Janice Rich declared her candidacy for county treasurer, which is being vacated by the term-limited Monika Todd. Sheila Reiner, elections director in the ...


Comic ballet ‘Coppelia’ performances at Palisade High School Jan. 16-17, 2010

By Staff

A mysterious inventor creates a dancing doll that is so lifelike that a young man becomes infatuated with it and dumps his true love. But true love doesn’t let the story end there. Find out the rest of the story at Dance Works ...


Real estate sales in 2009 bottom out

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Real estate sales in Mesa County plummeted to their lowest levels in 20 years in 2009, as the recession left people unable or unwilling to jump into the market. A report produced by Heritage Title Company in Grand Junction shows there were a ...


Prep Wrestling Results, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

Fruita Monument 53,  Grand Junction 19 Thursday at Grand Junction High School 103 pounds — Dylon Thompson, GJ, pinned Matt Bishop 5:12; 112 — Clayton Muller, FM, pinned Rory Wick 3:05; 119 — J.C. Archuleta, GJ, dec. ...


Can you remember the first records that you purchased?

By Rock Cesario

Can you remember the first 10 long-playing (LP) records that you bought? Dan Miller, a good friend and fellow music freak, recently asked me that question. Depending on your age, that could either be an easy or a tough question to answer. It ...


Grand Junction’s Dr. Price serving as physician for U.S. Adaptive Ski team

By Dave Buchanan

When the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team arrives this weekend in Sestriere, Italy, for the IPC World Cup, the team physician will be Dr. Richard Price of Grand Junction. Price, who joined Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates six months ago after ...


Local Red Cross plans phone-a-thon for disaster relief

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Red Cross volunteers in Grand Junction will conduct a “phone-a-thon” Saturday for Haiti disaster relief. Volunteers will take phone calls at 242-4851 from donors, as well as meet with people to discuss the relief efforts in the ...


On the Mark: Mesa State’s Markham makes coaches look good

By Allen Gemaehlich

Aaron Markham played for one of the most successful Roaring Fork High School boys basketball programs in history, yet, he didn’t get many college scholarship offers. He did get an offer to play at Mesa State College and is making ...


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