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Bookcliff Country Club Ladies’ League Results July 27, 2010

By Staff

Bookcliff Ladies' League - July 27, 2010 2 Best Net Scores 1st Dixie C., Farlie P., Peggy N, Helena R. 126 2nd Julie C., Shari A., Wilma B., Linda ...


17-year-old jailed in AutoZone robbery, beating

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A 17-year-old boy is being held in connection with a robbery and beating of an employee at the Clifton AutoZone, 3201 U.S. Highway 6&24, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Chad Michael Marez was chased down by deputy ...


Aim for a level playing field in relationships

By Sheri Fisher

“Since I’ve been focusing on the area of my life concerning my friendships, some interesting things have been happening,” Donna said as we started her life coaching session. “What have you noticed?” I ...


Rep. Kerr: Dead soldier in Afghanistan is nephew

By The AP

LITTLETON — Colorado state Rep. Jim Kerr says the sailor killed in Afghanistan is his nephew. The Littleton lawmaker told The Denver Post that 30-year-old Justin McNeley was expected to return to the U.S. in August. Kerr says McNeley ...


Report on child well-being ranks Colorado 20th

By The AP

DENVER — A new national report says the percentage of Colorado children living poverty rose to 15 percent from 10 percent in the last decade, tying with New Hampshire for the fastest increase. The report 2010 Kids Count Data Book ...


072610 Animal Services cats

Times tougher on cats than dogs

By Amy Hamilton

As the recession tightened its grip on Mesa County in the past two years, animal-control officials braced themselves for an influx of abandoned pets. But something surprising happened. Relinquishments of dogs actually decreased year over year ...


ENCANA REVEGETATION FIELD H

EnCana’s reclamation innovations a win-win for company, environment

By Dennis Webb

PARACHUTE — In Bryan Whiteley’s work, one of the highest compliments he can get is when the fruits of his labor blend in with the landscape so well they are all but invisible to others. Efforts led by Whiteley recently got ...


Coroner: Man killed mother-in-law, himself

By Paul Shockley

An 84-year-old Montrose woman died of asphyxiation, a result of smothering, and her 61-year-old son-in-law shot himself in the head, the Montrose County Coroner’s Office said Monday. Jeanne L. Mennell’s death has been ruled ...


Blue Band Wagon survey: Chamber program a success

By Staff

Eighty-six percent of people surveyed by the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce believe the Chamber’s Blue Band Wagon program encouraging residents to shop local has been effective. The results of a survey asking 225 local people ...


Mother writes about son’s crime, death in prison

By Dennis Webb

For decades, Marian Clayton has been asked how it was that she ended up raising her grandkids. Answering wasn’t easy, considering it involved telling them that her son, Mark Henderson, was serving time for rape. “They really ...


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