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Gray Gourmet, Oct .24, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Swiss steak, baked potato with sour cream, tossed salad, apricots. Tuesday — Ham and beans with onions, carrot delight, fruit mix, cornmeal roll. Wednesday — Sliced turkey, dressing and gravy, Swiss vegetables, ...

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On the whole, fabric art pieces sensational

By Sherida Warner

Patchwork be darned; these women decided to make fabric art pieces from whole cloth. No cutting into small pieces,  then sewing them together in the traditional methods of quilt making. These rotary cutting rebels, collectively known as ...

Future of the Roan Plateau remains in court’s hands

By Dave Buchanan

Conservation groups looking to protect the heart of the Roan Plateau from possibly adverse impacts from energy development will have to wait for another day and another judge. As reported in Friday’s Daily Sentinel by colleague Dennis ...

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Can you hear me now? Science shows its powers at Echo Canyon

By Bill Haggerty

“HELLO, hello, hello,” we yelled as we hiked into Echo Canyon over the newest stretch of trail, recently completed thanks to an $8,000 REI grant to the Colorado National Monument Association. A number of years ago, I accompanied ...

Jussel: After a tough stretch, Denver due for victory over Raiders

By Rick Jussel

I’m heartbroken. You’re heartbroken. We’re all heartbroken. Get over it. I have. The Denver Broncos lost 24-20 to the New York Jets last week, the result of a late pass interference call (that was indeed the correct call) ...

Man shot multiple times after shooting officer

By Dennis Webb

Police shot a 53-year-old man multiple times Friday night after he shot a Rifle police officer, authorities say. The officer’s protective vest “saved his life,” Rifle police chief Daryl Meisner said at a press conference ...

Death Notices, Oct. 23, 2010

By Staff

David Lee Conklin, 59, Delta, died Oct. 17, 2010. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Covenant Christian Fellowship, 62701 Jig Road,  Montrose. Survivors include his wife, Theanna Lee Sparrow; one son, Seth Ephraim; one daughter, ...

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Cameo: An isolated coal-mining town

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Cameo pioneer Isabel McCall Thomas described the company coal-mining hamlet across the Colorado River in the De Beque Canyon as being a “a vast nothingness” when she stepped off the Midland train on a hot summer’s day in ...

Driver who crashed car into building is ticketed

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department said the driver who crashed his car Thursday into a building owned by St. Mary’s Hospital apparently had a medical condition. Grant Odelberg, 23, was ticketed on suspicion of careless driving after ...

Local Briefs, Oct. 23, 2010

By Staff

Bullying prevention part of open house High Desert Martial Arts is celebrating its 21st anniversary with an open house today and is offering a bullying prevention seminar from 9 to 10 a.m. at 560 S. Westgate Drive. The seminar will offer ...

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