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Tipton says, ‘Let’s have a budget, not a promise’

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Talk of negotiations among the so-called Gang of Six in the U.S. Senate misses the point, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said Thursday. “We have a Gang of 234” that includes Democrats and Republicans that passed a long-term ...

Lawsuit: Antero wells causing health problems

By Dennis Webb

A New York City law firm that negotiated a lawsuit settlement for more than $800 million for Ground Zero responders has proceeded with a class-action lawsuit against Antero Resources over alleged natural-gas-development impacts in the ...

Library to buy Palisade’s Blue Pig Gallery

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A month after nixing plans to move the Palisade branch library into a former coffee shop because of cost concerns, the Mesa County Public Library District found a new, larger home downtown that administrators think will serve the branch ...


Pepper-ball pellets shot at fugitive by Dog pack

By Paul Shockley

Fugitive Andrew Distel appeared to have been shot as many as 10 to 12 times with pepper-ball pellets during an encounter with television bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey said Thursday. Hilkey said ...

Police blotter, July 22, 2011

By Staff

Child sex assault alleged A 26-year-old man has been arrested on charges he sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl last year. Rufus Lee Phelps, who had been listed as one of the Grand Junction Police Department’s 10 Most Wanted ...

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Spelunkers learning, playing in Glenwood Springs

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — More than 1,200 strong, participants in the National Speleological Society 2011 convention converged on this resort town this week from as far away as Hawaii, China, Australia — and Glenwood ...

Cage Wars IX plans to honor fallen Carrasco

By Patrick Bahr

Cage Wars IX is honoring a fallen fighter. Saturday at Two Rivers Convention Center, a memorial 10-count of the bell will ring before the card begins at 7 p.m. for local mixed martial arts fighter Jorge Carrasco, Jr. Carrasco was killed ...

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Bull riders fire up crowd at fair

By Patrick Bahr

The Thursday night bull riding at the Mesa County Fair is a fan favorite. “The (Bull Riding) and the Demolition Derby are two of our more popular events,” Donna Page of the Mesa County Fair said. PHOTO GALLERY This year’s ...


Pair of 16-year-olds win boys, girls 18 singles titles at Taco Bell

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Two younger players proved Thursday they can play with the big kids. Cameron Hicks of Irvine, Calif., and Aimee Basinski of Grand Junction, both 16 years old, won the Taco Bell Western Slope Open boys 18 and girls 18 singles titles at the ...

Offense leads Palisade Major boys to win at state

By Staff

The Palisade Major boys came out swinging in the opening game of the Little League state tournament Thursday. The team had 17 hits to beat Steamboat Springs 9-2 in Cherry Creek. “That’s exceptional in my book,” coach Mike ...

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