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Second jury clears former Rifle man of child-sex abuse allegations

By Dennis Webb

A former Rifle barbershop owner left Colorado on Wednesday to start a new life after being cleared of charges of sexual assault on children, his attorney said. A jury acquitted Michael William Wood late Friday night following a four-day ...


Death Notices, Nov. 5, 2009

By Staff

Thomas William Anderson, 86, Grand Junction, died Nov. 4, 2009, at Mesa Manor Care Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at American Lutheran Church. Cremation has occurred. His remains will be buried in Texas. Mr. Anderson was a ...


Tax lien sale brings late rush of buyers

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When employees with the Mesa County Treasurer’s Office arrived at Two Rivers Convention Center on Wednesday morning to sell the liens on properties whose owners failed to pay taxes on them, they expected to find a relatively sparse ...


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Elk, deer harvest tally low across Western Slope

By Dave Buchanan

If you really want to learn how well hunters are doing in their quest for elk and deer, check out the local meat processors. A quick tally Monday of the carcasses hanging in coolers across the Western Slope revealed this year’s elk ...


Cranberry recipes set course toward Christmas

By Dixie Burmeister

The Halloween candy is gone, except for two snack size Almond Joys hidden in the freezer by a certain coconut lover (my husband, Fred). Little pilgrims are appearing on the mantel now with fall leaves and little pumpkins, minus one. Among ...


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Enjoy skiing as a Colorado Discover Ability volunteer

By Dave Buchanan

Be cool, have fun and ski free as a volunteer adaptive snowsports instructor this winter at Powderhorn Resort. Colorado Discover Ability has more than 20 years of experience working with disabled individuals at the Adaptive Snowsports School ...


‘Cats go back to basics, build toward 2010

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Fruita Monument High School tried to do something different this season on the football field. Traditionally a strong running team, the Wildcats implemented an innovative A-11 offense, which revolves more around a quick passing game. The ...


Mavs’ soccer season ends with 1-0 loss

By Staff

The Mesa State College women’s soccer season came to a sputtering end Wednesday, much like its offense. Regis limited the Mavericks to six shots in a 1-0 victory in the first round of the RMAC tournament in Denver. “The boxscore ...


In brief: Three Mavs make All-RMAC soccer team

By Staff

Senior Kira Brannan was one of three Mesa State players selected Wednesday to the All-RMAC women’s soccer team. Junior forward Dany Ramirez made the first team. She led the Mavericks with 11 goals and five assists. Brannan and freshman ...


Man threatens Fruita bank with bomb

By Melinda Mawdsley

Fruita authorities are looking for a man who robbed a bank Wednesday after threatening to detonate a bomb. Fruita Police Chief Mark Angelo said the suspect walked into a branch of US Bank, 412 Kokopelli Blvd., at 3:45 p.m. and verbally ...


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