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060109 2A Alaska group

Teacher will show off hometown to students

By Amy Hamilton

Darren Kellerby has worked hard this year to smash some stereotypes. The 27-year-old Grand Junction native and Mesa State College graduate has been teaching high school students in a remote Alaskan village for two years and is traveling to ...


SHOOTING INVESTIGATION 6-1

Man shot at GJ apartment complex

By Paul Shockley

A man remained hospitalized Sunday evening after he was shot repeatedly in the pre-dawn hours only feet from the front door of his apartment. The man’s would-be assailant was at-large Sunday. Grand Junction police said the victim was in ...


060109 1a macho men

Men with cancer bond in support group

By Amy Hamilton

It was about five years ago when Walt Beigegrain flopped onto his bed, crossed his arms and felt a lump on his chest. “What is that?” he wondered. About five weeks later, after summoning the courage to seek help, his doctor ...


FLIGHTS TRAVEL 052909

Deals aim to increase travel, tourism

By Emily Shockley

Want to fly from Grand Junction to Hawaii? That’ll be $560 round trip. Prefer London? Prices are only $710 if you book now for July. Prices are the lowest they’ve been in years for some prime vacation destinations, thanks to ...


Briefs: Sports Timeout May 31, 2009

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


JUCO: Mesa County Search & Rescue receives donation

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Mesa County Search & Rescue is the epitome of a volunteer organization. The men and women on the seven rescue teams buy their own equipment, volunteer their time and pay for their own training. “People think we’re funded by ...


spt 1j JUCO game 18-16

Late-game heroics lift Howard to second JUCO title

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What they accomplished will sink in one day, losing only one game in a 64-game season. But Friday night, all that mattered was that 63rd win, the one that brought the Howard (Texas) College Hawks the only thing they wanted all along. Howard ...


OUT: Sunday Column May 31, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

One more thing to add to your boating day: The pre-launch boat inspection at Rifle Gap and Harvey Gap reservoirs. Starting Monday, boaters hauling a motorized craft to Rifle Gap and Harvey Gap are required to have their boats inspected for ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes May 31, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

Mallory Pilcher threatened me. As we lounged around the Wooden Shoe group campsite in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park, the terror of Grand Valley lacrosse, peered under her hat and sneered, “I’d better see my ...


Gary Harmon Column May 31, 2009

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Colorado, according to recent studies, is almost heaven. No, not because John Denver said so. Besides, he said West Virginia was almost heaven — just another thing he got pretty much wrong. The American Legislative Exchange Council and ...


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