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Montrose man killed in motorcycle crash

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A 50-year-old Montrose man died this afternoon in a motorcycle accident on Colorado Highway 92 in Delta County, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The crash happened just after noon at mile marker 45, 15 miles from Crawford, Trooper Nate ...

Adobe Creek Mixed League July 31, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - July 31, 2011 Dicey Scramble - Mesa Course T1st Steve S., Nancy S., John D., Ellen S.   T1st Keith C., Marion C., Elijah L., ...

Let states take lead in drilling regs

By The Daily Sentinel

Oil and gas industry folks can be forgiven if they are a bit skeptical of the declaration by the Environmental Protection Agency that proposed new air-quality regulations will be highly cost effective for the industry. It’s not that ...

Printed letters, July 31, 2011

By Staff

Postal Service waste causes post office closings Here’s a news alert: The postmaster general is now saying that he will be closing over 3,000 post offices in the near future. The reason is that this last quarter they lost more than $2.2 ...

Three cheers are due for a very pleasant July

By Denny Herzog

More than likely you don’t remember July 26, 2005. I didn’t until I started thinking about what to write about for today. Here are a couple of hints. On that date six years ago, Mumbai, India, was pelted with torrential rains. ...

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Summer workouts help prep football players get used to hot conditions

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and PATRICK BAHR Two by two, Grand Junction High School football players lined up on the scorching hot asphalt. Assistant coach Brandon Harrison shouted, “Ready, set, go!” The players launched into a 5-yard sprint, turned a ...

You Said It, July 31, 2011

By Staff

Gang-related murder at Taco Bell. A US Bank branch, a payday loan business and a liquor store robbed — all in the same week. Am I the only one outraged that our street crimes unit was eliminated in favor of a “homeless outreach ...


Children, adults explore relics from primordial depths

By Rachel Sauer

Say you’re a Tyrannosaurus rex, and you wake up one morning feeling special. Extra special, in fact; very much the tyrant lizard. It’s Dinosaur Day, you decide. And really, who’s going to tell you no? A triceratops? ...

Forecaster: Expect more wet stuff this week

By Staff

Thanks to an uncommonly wet July, the summer blahs have yet to really strangle the petunias and sear the grass that miserable, crispy beige. July’s precipitation through Friday was 1.64 inches, 1.04 inches above average, said Dennis ...

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RV dealers outride recession

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In a time when the economic doldrums stilled much of the nation’s business activity, Humphrey RV and Trailer in Grand Junction is defying the trend. Business, owner Brad Humphrey said, is “fabulous.” Buyers still like many ...

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