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Death Notices, Oct. 11, 2009

By Staff

Jewell D. Dalley, 75, Fruita, died Oct. 8, 2009, at Larchwood Inns in Grand Junction. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at New Elmwood Cemetery in Fruita. Survivors include three sons, Joe of Palisade and Dickey and Mark, both of ...


‘My life was Terry’: Driveway shooting survivor recounts tough year

By {screen_name}

Linda Fine can lift her right arm, has even tried a little golf. She has ventured out alone from her home and might someday cast a fly again. But her old pursuits never can be entirely the same. Their center is gone. “My life was ...


Demons show they’re legit

By Staff

Entering Friday’s Southwestern Conference football game against Fruita Monument, there might have been some questions about whether Durango High School’s 5-0 record was legitimate. The Demons had played three of their ...


Gangs kept from schools, police official says

By Emily Shockley

Gang members are present in local schools, according to law enforcement, but that doesn’t mean gang activity is allowed within school walls. Students are not allowed to wear gang colors or emblems and are forbidden from flashing gang ...


Central rallies past Raptors

By Staff

The Central High School football team squared its record Friday with a 28-21 nonconference victory over Eaglecrest at the Stutler Bowl. The Warriors spotted the Raptors the first 21 points but Central got a fumble recovery in the end zone and ...


GJ police chief asks for, gets internal affairs audit

By Paul Shockley

Officers from outside the Grand Junction Police Department will look at the agency’s internal affairs investigation process, interim Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper said Friday. Camper said the board of directors of the Colorado ...


Tigers sweep regional tennis

By Allen Gemaehlich

Several Grand Junction High School tennis players accomplished career firsts. Together, they completed a rare sweep of the Class 5A Region 8 boys tournament. The Tigers won the team title with 84 points and qualified the entire team for the ...


Metro silences Mesa women’s soccer team in second half

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State had the sixth-ranked Metro State women’s soccer team cornered, but the Roadrunners escaped Friday night with a 4-1 RMAC victory at Walker Field. Metro State (12-1-0, 9-0-0 RMAC) rallied to score four goals in the second half ...


Your Town, Oct. 11, 2009

By Staff

Several years ago the boys received a shipment of at least 25 pairs of women’s fuzzy slippers in a variety of sizes. It was a joke, I suppose, as there were other items in the shipment, but at the same time, it was rather annoying ...


Tigers lose another QB, game

By Staff

Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens has been telling college and high school coaches that Kain Colter is the best football player in the state. Colter, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound senior quarterback for Cherry Creek, did a lot ...


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