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Murder of physician ‘deplorable’

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Both sides of the abortion debate condemned the shooting of abortion doctor George Tiller on Sunday in Kansas, while abortion foes said they feared a backlash against them. In Grand Junction, abortion foes prayed for Tiller as they gathered ...


Nowlin rebounds after troubled start to win at Dragway

By Allen Gemaehlich

Richard Nowlin was frustrated, but not enough to keep him away from the track. The Whitewater man returned Sunday to the Western Colorado Dragway, turning a bad start to the race weekend into a good one. One day after Nowlin failed to ...


Death Notices: June 01, 2009

By Staff

• Donald Eugene Ladson, 84, Austin, died May 30, 2009, at his home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the All Saints Lutheran Church near Eckert. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor; four daughters, Katherine Ladson of ...


052409 urban homestead holm

Downtown owner turns yard into food garden

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mark Holmes purchased a home downtown on Main Street last year with the intention of becoming an “urban homesteader.” Urban homesteading is a new trend sweeping the country in which owners of small amounts of acreage ­— ...


Blotter: June 01, 2009

By Staff

Silt woman still critical after rollover • Teal Harper, 21, of Silt, remained in critical condition Sunday at St. Mary’s Hospital after a rollover in Garfield County. Harper was behind the wheel of a Subaru station wagon that ...


Company eyes 700 million-barrel potential in oil shale tract

By Dennis Webb

A subsidiary of a Boston-based company plans to test oil shale development technology on private land in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin. General Synfuels International said in a recent news release it has obtained access to about 500 ...


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 ...


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