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Term-limited county commissioners ponder future

By Staff

Two of Mesa County’s three county commissioners will be out of work after January 2013, while the third is up for re-election in 2010 and is still pondering his future. County Commissioners Craig Meis and Janet Rowland are limited to ...


Hilts helps Mavs lead own golf tourney

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jennifer Hilts wasn’t pleased with her first round, but it was good enough to lead the Quality Inn Mesa State Fall Invitational. The Mesa State College sophomore shot a seven-over-par 78 on Monday at Tiara Rado Golf Course. She leads ...


Blotter, Oct. 13, 2009

By Staff

Utah man dies in rollover One man is dead after an early Sunday morning rollover crash in Grand County, Utah. Martin Velasquez-Ramirez, 26, of Green River, Utah, died after the vehicle he was in rolled, according to the Grand County ...


Gunfire begins a bit early at hunters’ campsite

By Paul Shockley

Two men face charges after an apparent alcohol-fueled exchange of gunfire stirred several hunting camps in White River National Forest. Joshua Hall, 24, of Burlington and Kalob Ludwig, 19, of Carey, Ohio, were booked into Rio Blanco County ...


GJ’s Rino breaks state record for digs

By Staff

Capri Rino takes it personally when a volleyball lands on her side of the floor. “I don’t like to let anything hit the ground,” Grand Junction High School’s junior libero said. “I’m a very sore ...


Benefactors give $80,000 to complete dance studio

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John and Angie Moss stood in the sunsplashed dance studio overlooking 12th Street, and the mirrored west wall neatly reflected Grand Mesa visible through the glass on the east wall. Craftsmen were still working to install the ballet barre ...


Drilling documentary tells landowners’ side

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Liz Mobaldi could only put her hand to her mouth Monday as she watched herself in a new documentary that focuses on the health and other impacts of natural gas development on Garfield County residents. “It was ...


In Brief: Halboth wins weekly state award

By Staff

Will Halboth’s 138 rushing yards helped Mesa State College defeat CSU-Pueblo last weekend on the road, and Monday the sophomore running back from Lone Tree was selected the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Colorado ...


Rocky Mountain Health changes policy to include couple’s overweight baby

By Amy Hamilton

A dust-up over a local health insurance company initially refusing to insure a heavy infant has been resolved. Kelli Lange recently appeared on KKCO-TV for a story about how Rocky Mountain Health Plans denied coverage to her 4-month-old, ...


Baucus bill under fire

By Staff

The most talked-about bill aimed at reforming the nation’s health care system is expected to be voted out of the Senate Finance Committee today. What happens to it after that is anybody’s guess, since the measure is already under ...


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