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More tents pitched at Denver’s Wall Street protest

By The AP

DENVER — The number of tents and makeshift shelters at Denver’s version of the Occupy Wall Street protest has grown to about 20 despite a warning from officers not to camp on the site. The protesters were set up Sunday on a grassy ...

Lochmiller witness hopes deal means probation

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The executive assistant who worked with many investors at failed Valley Investments is seeking probation instead of a prison sentence. Shawnee Carver, who testified against Valley Investments owner Philip Rand Lochmiller in his trial in July, ...

Western Colorado Writers’ Forum conference attracts talent from across U.S.

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Writers from across the country traveled to Grand Junction this past weekend to attend the first Writers’ Conference hosted by Western Colorado Writers’ Forum. The nonprofit forum, which coordinates literary programs and workshops ...

Rifle hospital participates in video dance contest for breast cancer awareness

By Dennis Webb

Everyone from doctors and nurses to file clerks and therapy dogs got into the act when Grand River Hospital in Rifle put together a video for a national competition promoting breast cancer awareness and prevention. Pink hospital gloves, ...

Wife says trucker involved in Glenwood-area wreck believes he was not at fault

By Dennis Webb

The wife of a Del Norte man who faces charges and now is being sued following a fatal accident Aug. 16 just south of Glenwood Springs says he believes it wasn’t his fault. Authorities say John H. Briggs, 58, was hauling a log-loaded ...

Man arrested after being kicked out of club

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A Grand Junction man was arrested Saturday at Infinity Night Club after being kicked out of the club and then allegedly damaging its front door, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies arrested 23-year-old Antonio ...

Blotter, Oct. 10, 2011

By Staff

Dryer probable fire cause The Grand Junction Fire Department responded Saturday to a report of a fire possibly started by a clothes dryer at a home in the 700 block of Spanish Trail Drive. The fire was put out within five minutes of ...

Death Notice, Oct. 10, 2011

By Staff

Virgil Zellers Van Dyke, 82, Grand Junction, died Oct. 8, 2011, in Grand Junction. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mr. Van Dyke was a businessman. Survivors include three sons, Richard of Eagle, Steven of ...

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Student of the Week, Oct. 10, 2011

By Staff

GPA: 4.3 After-school activities: Football, weight-lifting, Boy Scouts, community service, Knowledge Bowl. Favorite book: “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck. Favorite TV show: I like watching sports. Favorite band or musician: ...

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Daughter’s kidney to give woman new lease on life

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Laura Nisley is giving her mother the greatest birthday gift she can offer: more birthdays. Today, nine days before her mother turns 54, Nisley will go into surgery at Denver’s Porter Adventist Hospital and have one of her kidneys ...

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