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Lots worth a little: Subdivision developers see value of properties plummet

By Charles Ashby

If you build, it doesn’t mean they will come. Many developers of housing subdivisions on the Western Slope learned that in recent years. While the weeds grew taller, the housing market and lot prices shriveled, leaving some development ...


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He’s still her Johnny: 70 years later, love still young for reunited couple

By Rachel Sauer

She’s the girl in the high school band. He’s the charming, lanky Texan. He has that smile. He smiles that smile and her heart shimmers. She blushes that strawberry blush and the air in his lungs isn’t ...


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You go, girl! Men in heels hit pavement to help benefit domestic violence charity

By Melinda Mawdsley

Some men ran well. Some men ran not so well. One man even broke a heel. But, overall, there was nothing but laughter and smiles from the participants and the crowd of several hundred gathered Saturday for the second annual Men in Heels Race ...


How suspect outsmarted GPS device is a mystery

By Paul Shockley

Roughly 25 people are tracked at a given time with Global Positioning System ankle monitors overseen by Mesa County Criminal Justice Services. Another hundred or so people — offenders or defendants free on bond awaiting trial — ...


Death notices, Oct. 2, 2011

By Staff

Harold Montgomery Fergeson, 89, Grand Junction, died Sept. 28, 2011, at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Visitation is from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the Grand Junction First Ward of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Services will be at 11 ...


Industry-founded group’s goal: fast action on oil, gas complaints

By Dennis Webb

When Battlement Mesa resident Don Mumma saw something leaking from an oil and gas truck, he turned for answers to an industry-founded group that seeks to provide quick responses to public concerns. Mumma wasn’t disappointed by his call ...


Police blotter, Oct. 2, 2011

By Staff

Wreck followed seizure Charles Wyatt, 42, Grand Junction, was released from a local hospital today after a Friday afternoon car accident on Interstate 70 Business near the 29 Road construction zone, according to Cpl. Cal Atkinson of the Grand ...


You Said It, Oct. 2, 2011

By Staff

Thanks a lot to all the do-gooders against Brady Trucking. Now all that land just sits there and people could be working. Please put it up for a vote. I’ll vote for Brady Trucking. Many tourists who visit the Aspen and Snowmass areas ...


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Benge’s celebrates a century

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If you’ve been to Benge’s Shoe Store at 514 Main St., there’s a good chance owner Bruce Benge knows your name and your shoe size. Benge prides himself on personalized customer service and credits friendly personnel and a ...


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Pair pace is a satisfying event on a fall day

By Bob Silbernagel

Galloping a mile and more over spectacular Colorado landscape on a bold horse, leaping over 18 jumps and obstacles in the process, is the epitome of a great time for many equestrians. Doing it with a buddy is even better. Approximately 20 ...


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