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Day care center in mall takes kids off parents’ hands

By Emily Shockley

Mesa Mall shoppers won’t have to go far to find someone to watch their kids as they peruse presents this holiday season. Covenant Child Care opened Nov. 17 in the Target wing of the mall. Parents can leave their children at the center ...


Fire leaves Pear Park family homeless

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A family was forced to spend Thanksgiving in a motel room after a chimney fire caused thousands of dollars in damage to their Pear Park home Tuesday night. Clifton Fire Protection District firefighters were called to the house at 496 30 3/4 ...


Police blotter: Nov. 26, 2009

By Staff

Burglary investigated The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary that occurred at a North Avenue trailer park Tuesday night. Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said a man entered a trailer at ...


Death Notices, Nov. 25, 2009

By Staff

Norma M. Crawford, 80, Meeker, died Nov. 22, 2009, at Pioneers Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Meeker United Methodist Church. Interment to follow at Highland Cemetery. Mrs. Crawford was a former owner of the White River Liquor ...


Happy Thanksgiving

By Staff

The holiday tradition we celebrate today began with a small band of immigrants who had suffered incredible hardship and had lost many of their friends and family. Yet, they gathered with American Indians who had befriended them to give thanks ...


Grand Junction shines on list of sunniest U.S. cities

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If you live in the Grand Valley and you are a generally happy person or sport a nice tan, there may now be a mathematical explanation for why. Grand Junction is the seventh-sunniest city in the U.S., according to Tourism-Review.com, an ...


Sports in Brief: Newton selected to Daktronics team

By Staff

College Football Newton selected to Daktronics team Bennett Newton, who led Mesa State and the RMAC in tackles this season with 11 per game, made the Daktronics Super Region 3 second-team defense. Newton, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound senior ...


Cause of Silt fire is under investigation

By Dennis Webb

Investigators continued to look Wednesday for the cause of a fire that destroyed a home where two women lived in Silt. The Monday night fire burned a 1970-model mobile home and part of a detached garage, said Brit McLin, chief of the Burning ...


Funding for land conservation makes for good outdoor recreation and good economic sense

By Staff

Many of us will be afield this fall spending time in our favorite hunting and fishing spots. We will be enjoying the tradition of these field sports so important to our lives. But as you head out to the fields, rivers and streams we want to ...


112509 OUT crane flock

OUT: Sandhill cranes and their fans gather for N.M. festival

By Dave Buchanan

SOCORRO, N.M. — A green and yellow wool scarf pulled tight around his neck, Ivan Sorensen leaned into the brisk wind and smiled with the easy grace of someone accustomed to the cold. “At home, this is normal,” he said, his ...


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