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Hiker apparently knocked out by lightning strike

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — A Minnesota man struck by lightning while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park was apparently knocked out for about 14 hours. Thirty-one-year-old Brandon Baker of Princeton says he took shelter under a ...


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Kannah Creek’s special brew supports MS research

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jim Jeffryes, co-owner of Kannah Creek Brewery, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1994. “My arm or my leg would just go numb sometimes,” he said. The disease also makes him more susceptible to flu and other sicknesses. ...


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Town of Palisade continues to make improvements

By Penny Stine

New types of farms and new downtown shops are keeping Palisade interesting for both residents and visitors, which is especially important during the busy summer festival season. “Every festival draws people into town,” said Sid ...


Homes sold July 27 - Aug. 2, 2010

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 2813 Northstar Drive $205,000 729 Woodridge Court $260,000 362 Music Lane $228,000 2464 Theresea Lane $139,000 718 Spanish Trail Drive $197,500 NORTHEAST 636  ...


Gardening golfer evaluates the remodeled course

By Penny Stine

I finally played golf at Tiara Rado last week. Shame on me; it’s my favorite local course and I’ve been so busy pulling grass in my garden that I haven’t made time to play much golf this summer. Since my husband and I had a ...


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Flash flood leaves a mess

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Darin Flora grinned Thursday when he spoke of the “wall of water” he encountered. It probably wasn’t a smile gracing his face, though, when the workings of a flash flood sent him scurrying for higher ground a ...


GOP race pits 2-term sheriff against detective who wants to wear the star

By Dennis Webb

A Republican primary race for Garfield County sheriff pits a challenger who wants to bring new ideas and a new attitude to the job against an incumbent who says his experience gives him the clear edge. Sheriff Lou Vallario is running for a ...


McCain to attend fundraiser for Norton in the Redlands

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Soon after he appears Sunday at Mesa State College on behalf of Grand Junction native Jane Norton’s U.S. Senate bid, John McCain will shake loose some money for Norton’s campaign at a $300-per-couple private appearance. Norton, ...


Woman not ‘deprived’ in jail stay; judge tosses lawsuit

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A federal judge in Denver has thrown out a lawsuit filed by a Rifle woman who claimed her constitutional rights were violated during a weekend stay in the Garfield County Jail three years ago. Shelley Carani was arrested by Rifle police in ...


Palisade nets $7.8 million for sewer plant

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Palisade will receive $7.8 million in federal stimulus funding to replace its sewer treatment plant, a significant boost for a town that’s under federal pressure to comply with stricter environmental standards. Palisade was awarded a $4 ...


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