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Legislator has stake in La Plata County lawsuit

By Charles Ashby

The Gunnison legislator who may be faced with the difficult challenge of running a re-election campaign as a write-in candidate has one final chance to get her name on the fall ballot. Rep. Kathleen Curry left the Democratic Party late last ...


Rude on a scale of 1 to 10

By Sheri Fisher

Janice walked in the door for our coaching session, rolled her eyes and ended her phone call. “Someone important?” I said with a smile. “Yes, very,” she said. “But he can also be irritating. It was my husband, ...


Health Briefs, June 1, 2010

By Staff

Free gastric-band information meeting Considering weight loss surgery? Attend a free educational session presented by a trained gastric-band surgeon. Learn how weight loss surgery works, who qualifies, and how St. Mary’s Bariatric and ...


Blotter, June 1, 2010

By Staff

Man accused of tire theft A Grand Junction man was issued a summons early Monday morning on suspicion of trespassing at the Mesa County Landfill and stealing a pair of tire rims. David Fontaine, 20, 1330 N. 24th St., could be charged with ...


Temple College defeats Chattanooga (Tenn.) State 8-7

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Temple (Texas) College had solo home runs from Zach Cohen and Colten Boothe in the bottom of the eighth inning to propel the Leopards to a 8-7 win in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Chattanooga State was eliminated from the ...


Search under way for man missing in river

By The AP

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Rescue crews were searching for a man who fell into the Cache la Poudre River while tubing. Larimer County sheriff’s deputies say 25-year-old Brandon Bowie, of Gary, Ind., was tubing down the river ...


Police give tents to transients as part of misconduct probe

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Grand Junction police have given 11 new tents to a group of transients in connection with an investigation of allegations that three officers damaged their property earlier this month. Jacob Richards, who filed a formal complaint that led to ...


Colo. bighorn sheep population under threat

By The AP

MOUNT EVANS, Colo. (AP) — Bighorn sheep once just about posed for Barb Day when she crept across their high-country habitat with her camera. Now, in the latest twist of an ecological saga, non-native mountain goats are displacing the ...


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Man accused of vehicular assault

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A transient staying at a North Avenue motel was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion that he tried to drive over a worker directing traffic at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series after ignoring the worker’s ...


Blotter, May 31, 2010

By Staff

Threat reported at store A Grand Junction man was arrested late Saturday night on suspicion that he used a knife to threaten a Wal-Mart employee. Joshua Paul Mansur, 30, 480 28 1/4 Road, No. 28, was arrested at the store at 2881 North Ave. ...


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