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App boasts better fishing with no catch

By Dave Buchanan

This week’s Outside Connection is a free app that’s said to be easy to use and helps you catch more fish. So, what is the catch? According to the folks at Fishbuster, there is none. “I designed the application for ...


An open, tongue-in-cheek letter to visiting JUCO fans

By Steve Beauregard

Dear visiting JUCO teams and fans, On behalf of the citizens of Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, Clifton, Orchard Mesa, Fruitvale and an unincorporated parcel of 29 Road, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the National Junior College ...


Four bronze medals for local vintner

By Dave Buchanan

Every spring, many winemakers eagerly await two things: the season’s last frost and the first news from various wine competitions. This week, we finally may have seen the last of the frost, and two Colorado wineries are deservedly ...


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Surf’s up at Nisley Elementary

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The students in Mrs. Harmon’s second grade class have been working hard to build sets, memorize their lines and learn some cool dance moves for their play, “Surfer Girls.” The preparations and the play cover a lot of the ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results May 26, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Sr. Men's League - May 26, 2010 1st Flight T1st Ron Collins   T1st Jack Wernet   2nd David ...


Crews work to stabilize rockslide near Estes Park

By The AP

ESTES PARK — The highway between Estes Park and Drake in northern Colorado will be closed so crews can blast loose unstable rock on the hillside where a rock slide occurred last week. Rocks tumbled down onto U.S. 34 Friday, hitting a ...


Ritter to sign new laws on health care

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is signing bills that will improve health care and help prevent injuries. Bills being signed into law today include a requirement that children be placed in booster seats while riding in cars. Others track down ...


Crews on fire near Norwood facing warmer weather

By The AP

NORWOOD — Crews working to put out a wildfire in southwestern Colorado are bracing for drier, warmer weather and higher winds. A fire burning on an estimated nearly 5 square miles, or 3,100 acres, is about 40 percent contained. High ...


Norton turns in petition for Senate race

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Jane Norton says she has more than enough signatures to make GOP Senate primary ballots and is turning in her petitions a day early. Norton planned to turn in petition signatures to the secretary of state Wednesday, ...


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Former landfill manager hit with seven charges

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors this morning filed seven charges against former Mesa County landfill manager Bob Edmiston, including felony counts of stalking and embezzlement of public property. The formal charges — which were identical to the counts ...


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