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Death notices: Sept. 21, 2009

By Staff

• Louis C. King, 71, Fruita, died Sept. 18, 2009, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at a later date. Mr. Louis was a building inspector. Survivors include his wife, Wanda J.; three sons, Michael Martin of San Jose, Calif., ...

Blotter: Sept. 21, 2009

By Staff

Pot bust valued at $250,000 Police netted 245 pounds of marijuana Friday morning after stopping a vehicle traveling from Las Vegas on Interstate 70, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Travis Tennel and Jason Reyes were ...

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Brrrr ... autumn to strike one day early

By Amy Hamilton

You might want to grab a sweater and maybe dig out a coat before heading out the door this morning. Cooler temperatures brought in with Sunday afternoon’s rain showers should chill the Grand Valley by tonight and for most of the work ...

Briefs: mesa State Tennis Sept. 21, 2009

By Staff

College Tennis Pair of Mavs headed to nationals Mesa State College juniors Kate Lowder and Victoria Sargent are going to nationals. The women’s tennis No. 1 doubles team captured the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Central ...

Afriyie, Westcott lift Mavs to first victory

By Scott Schlaufman

It’s rare in college sports to see a freshman make a difference, but when the Mesa State men’s soccer team beat Colorado Christian University on Sunday, it was all about the youth. Two freshmen, Evens Afriyie and Danny Westcott, ...

Health care reformers should look to Pinnacol Assurance

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Funny how it is that progressives so often overlook real progress when they’re on a cause. Take health care. With apologies to Henny Youngman, Pleeeease. Anyone with a pulse, and especially those whose are a bit irregular these days, ...

Growing demand for cardboard to be recycled might signal economic uptick

By Amy Hamilton

Cardboard piled up last winter at Curbside Recycling Indefinitely while the company’s owners waited for an uptick in the sluggish commodities market to make the recyclable materials somewhat profitable again. Now a sign at a local ...


1950s prankster baited scientists with his homemade ‘artifacts’

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Jack Daniel Stirling, somewhere, somehow, is smirking. Stirling, a World War II veteran who died in 1965, had the deft hands of an artist, the imagination of a novelist and the boldness of a con man. Picasso would nod in acknowledgement of a ...

Briefs: Local Business Sept. 20, 2009

By Staff

• Rail Head Super Shop, 810 North Ave., will open next month in the former location of Hard Body Fitness Outlet. The shop will sell and install glass, audio and video products, tinted glass and other car-related items. • ...

Avalon will show first episode of national parks TV series

By Melinda Mawdsley

After spending at least six years walking through America’s national parks, renowned documentary filmmaker Ken Burns is ready to bring Mesa County closer to his work. A screening of the first episode of “The National Parks: ...

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