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Offense hurting Broncos’ chances

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos are struggling. I know that. You know that. Everybody remotely in touch with National Football League goings-on knows that. It’s interesting to listen to the talking heads who dissect every aspect of the team, ...


SPT MESA HOOPS 11-25

The inside men: Mesa’s post players aren’t the bulkiest, but are equally adept at scoring, getting o

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Lance Fite is hoping to eat a couple of Thanksgiving meals today. Michael Bear is heading home to Delta for some home cooking. The two long, lean post players for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team can stand to put on a pound ...


Six Glenwood teens injured in rollover

By Dennis Webb

Three teenagers were listed in critical condition Wednesday at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction following a single-car accident just west of Rifle Tuesday. Altogether, six teens, all from Glenwood Springs, were injured. Colorado ...


REI hosts free snowshoeing clinic

By Dave Buchanan

The oldest advice about on-snow travel is this: If you can walk, you can snowshoe. Honest, it’s that easy. If you’d like to learn more, however, the good folks at the Grand Junction REI store are hosting a free clinic, Snowshoeing ...


Death notices: Nov. 26, 2009

By Staff

Archie R. Urquhart, 80, Grand Junction, died Nov. 24, 2009. Cremation will take place. Mr. Urquhart was a production planning manager in the printing industry. Survivors include his wife, Ann; one son, Scott R. of Lakeville, Minn.; one ...


Witness: Helmick claimed suicide try

By Paul Shockley

A business associate of Miriam Helmick’s testified Wednesday that Helmick claimed to be in a mental-health institution after a suicide attempt in late 2008. Helmick, whom authorities believe was living with her son in Jacksonville, ...


Grand Junction home sales rise, prices fall in October

By Emily Shockley

More homes were sold in Grand Junction in October than during any other month this year. The Grand Junction area saw 186 home sales in October, up from 155 in September. The renewal of the $8,000 first-time home buyer tax credit and the ...


Day care center in mall takes kids off parents’ hands

By Emily Shockley

Mesa Mall shoppers won’t have to go far to find someone to watch their kids as they peruse presents this holiday season. Covenant Child Care opened Nov. 17 in the Target wing of the mall. Parents can leave their children at the center ...


Fire leaves Pear Park family homeless

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A family was forced to spend Thanksgiving in a motel room after a chimney fire caused thousands of dollars in damage to their Pear Park home Tuesday night. Clifton Fire Protection District firefighters were called to the house at 496 30 3/4 ...


Police blotter: Nov. 26, 2009

By Staff

Burglary investigated The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary that occurred at a North Avenue trailer park Tuesday night. Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said a man entered a trailer at ...


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