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Monarch Mountain drafts plan to add ski terrain

By The AP

DENVER — Monarch Mountain, the quaint ski area west of Salida that sees itself as a budget-conscious alternative to resorts off Interstate 70, has visions of adding a lift and around 120 acres of terrain on the west side of the ...


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Dad suspected in infant’s death charged in burglary, auto theft cases

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man under investigation in the death of his infant son was formally charged this morning in connection with a pair of unrelated felony cases. Dartanin D. Mitchell, 33, was charged with two counts of aggravated motor vehicle ...


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Library cooks up edible book contest

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Mesa County Library will dish up some fun next week when they host their first Edible Book contest. An edible book contest challenges readers to recreate their favorite novels into culinary art masterpieces. It’s a contest that has ...


Health briefs: Health center award, Caregiver support group

By Staff

Montrose health center wins award The Northside Child Health Center in Montrose recently won the 2011 Grantee Leadership Award. The $25,000 award is made in recognition of exemplary leadership by a current grantee of The Colorado Trust. The ...


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Doctors get back together in new North Ave. practice

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Two physicians who started off their health care careers as residents together in the 1990s have joined forces anew in Grand Junction. Drs. Tarek Arja and Jeff Bowman are doing more than building a new practice. They’re working together ...


Chipeta Men’s League Golf Results June 28, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - June 28, 2011 Low Gross/Low Net - Front 9 1st Gross Rusty Farley 31 2nd Gross Paul Keddy 33 3rd Gross Chad ...


Chipeta Ladies League Golf Results June 28, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - June 28, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net - Back 9 1st Gross Robin Ely 33 2nd Gross Diane Elwer 35 3rd Gross Connie ...


Firm allowed to dump radioactive sludge

By The AP

CANON CITY — State health officials say allowing a uranium mill to dump 90,000 gallons of radioactive sludge and solvents into an impoundment pond will not hurt groundwater. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says ...


District 51 adds programs for kids with autism, older students

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District 51 is adding two new programs for special needs students this fall. Redlands Middle School will host the district’s first sixth-  through 12th-grade program specifically for students with autism. The program can hold up to ...


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Junction pipe company sold

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For many Grand Valley residents, Grand Junction Pipe and Supply creates its biggest impression with its eye-catching, award-winning Christmas parade floats, designed and built by employees and displayed outside the company’s office on ...


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