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Chad and Dick DeVries enjoy a healthy family rivalry at Lands End Hill Climb

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Chad DeVries came back this year for more than regaining his Lands End Hill Climb record. The Wheat Ridge man came back for an opportunity to race and compete against his dad, Dick, at least one more time. The DeVries are the only two ...


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Talley’s last day in business Sunday

By Amy Hamilton

Dyan is going to Omar’s on First Street. Cindy is going on welfare (that’s a joke). Kindra is leaving town. Michael doesn’t know. Kirk is still looking for employment. Ken is going home. So reads the handmade sign on ...


Pro cycling race creates excitement, logistical issues for GJ, other communities

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The buzz has subsided, and now several communities on the Western Slope are brainstorming. Memories of the Coors Classic raced through longtime community leaders’ heads when Lance Armstrong and Gov. Bill Ritter announced last week the ...


EPA considers expanding fracturing study to air quality

By Dennis Webb

Recently retired Environmental Protection Agency environmental engineer Weston Wilson is best known for criticizing his employer’s 2004 finding that hydraulic fracturing poses little or no risk to domestic groundwater. Now, the Denver ...


$10K a month to GarCo judge on leave

By Dennis Webb

A Garfield County judge has been paid some $30,000 since being placed on leave three months ago, and it has cost the state a similar amount to pay temporary judges to cover for him. Judge Jason Jovanovich went on leave May 4. State officials ...


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Gold’s Gym Half Marathon a perfect length

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For a lot of runners, a marathon is too much of a commitment, but a 5-kilometer race isn’t quite enough. Cameron Jones was one of those runners who decided Saturday’s Gold’s Gym Half Marathon was just right. “Most of ...


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Rugged, pristine Oregon Coast is the perfect place for a reunion

By Bill Haggerty

Kites and Frisbee discs, beach buggies and flip-flops. Hoodies and fleece jackets, wet suits and surf boards.  Boogie boards and badminton, smash ball and salt water taffy. Some say Oregon has the most rugged and pristine coastline in ...


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Help our backyard monument win $100K in time for 100th anniversary

By Staff

The robo-calls have stopped for a while, but that doesn’t mean you should stop voting. Voting not for some blowhard politician, of which you had plenty of choices last week, but instead voting for something we all agree on: Colorado ...


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By William Woody

Experience the sights and sounds of Saturday’s Lands End Hill Climb race.  ...


Nominations open for best yard in city

By Ann Wright

You’ve eyed that lush lawn and driven by those lovely roses thousands of times. Now you can take your admiration to another level. Nominate that yard, be it your neighbor’s or your own, to be recognized as the Grand Junction ...


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