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Real estate investment networking group sets first meeting

By Penny Stine

If you’re interested in purchasing investment property but don’t know how to get started, Doug Van Etten, broker associate with Keller Williams Colorado West Realty, is organizing the first meeting for Real Estate Investors Network ...

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Freshman helps Palisade win second straight Jackpot Duals

By Nick Walter

The quivering 98-pounder paced for about 30 minutes alongside the mat, his father jabbing messages to him at one end of his walk, his coach sometimes peppering in a few words at the other. Then, finally, Palisade freshman Randen Espinoza was ...

Youthful Warriors fall to Moffat County

By Staff

Some teams are better than their records suggest. The winless Central High School boys basketball team (0-12) has been through a series of brutal tournaments on the Front Range and in Utah. Playing at home for the first time in nearly a ...

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Deep bench gives Mavs lots of options during games

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Whether it’s providing scoring off the bench, defense, rebounding, handling the ball or providing a spark at any position, the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team has a Mav for that. Finally. Depth was an issue ...

Prep basketball scores, Jan. 5, 2012

By Staff

Girls Fruita 41, Thoreau (N.M.) 34 THOREAU (N.M.) A. Yazzie 1 1-3 3, Tolth 1 0-3 2, Begay 1 0-2 3, R. Yazzie 2 0-0 6, House 3 4-4 12, Wilder 1 0-0 3, Perry 1 1-1 3, Alard 1 0-0 2. Totals: 11 6-13 34. FRUITA MONUMENT Jessica Sinner 1 3-6 5, ...

Prep wrestling results, Jan. 5, 2012

By Staff

Jackpot Duals Thursday at Fruita Monument TEAM SCORES 1. Palisade 170; 2. Grand Junction 166.5; 3. Central 120.5; 5. Fruita Monument 103 Semifinals 106 — Randen Espinoza, PHS, pinned Tristan Monger, FM, 3:26; Casey Gorsett, CHS, ...

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Eisenhower Tunnel a moving target during construction

By Staff

Editor’s note: Last in a two-part series about the construction of the Eisenhower/Johnson Memorial Tunnel. In March 1973 the Eisenhower Tunnel opened to automobile traffic. It was one of the highest vehicle tunnels in the world, with a ...

Western Slope still wary of water accord

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An agreement billed as the pact that would bring together Western Slope water agencies and their longtime antagonist, Denver Water, has yet to win the support of western Colorado. Two major issues, the administration of Green Mountain ...


Skies friendly to small jets

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The 50-seat regional craft that made jet flight a mainstay to small, regional airports are being phased out across the nation, but they’re likely to remain a pillar of air service at Grand Junction Regional Airport, an aviation-industry ...

Death Notices, Jan. 6, 2012

By Staff

Valerie Jo Boudreaux, 48, Fruita, died Jan. 4, 2012, in Grand Junction. No services are planned. Ms. Boudreaux was a horse therapist. Memorial contributions to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, 3090B North 12th St., Grand ...

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