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15 more desert bighorns transplanted in west Colo.

By The AP

MONTROSE — Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists have transplanted 15 more desert bighorn sheep in the Dolores River canyon in western Colorado to help boost a population there. The sheep were captured south of Slick Rock and were ...


Family moving into “Up” replica house in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A California family is moving into a Utah house modeled after the home featured in the animated movie “Up.” A moving company is helping self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics Clinton and Lynette Hamblin ...


Sheen’s ex-wife won’t have court appearance filmed

By The AP

ASPEN — Attorneys for Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife have prevailed in keeping a celebrity-news website from airing her appearance on drug and assault charges. The Aspen Times reports that a Pitkin County judge has denied a request from ...


Blue Angels advance team lands in GJ

By {screen_name}

The Blue Angels will speed over the Grand Valley this September, sometimes at the dizzying low altitude of 50 feet and moving at a rate just below the speed of sound, for AirShow! Western Colorado. Two members of the U.S. Navy’s Blue ...


010611 Utah wreck

Two men badly hurt in rollover near Utah border

By Paul Shockley

The driver of a minivan involved in a crash Friday on Interstate 70 near the Colorado-Utah line was believed to have fallen asleep at the wheel, Utah Highway Patrolman Lawrence Hopper said. Two men, whose identities weren’t released by ...


Comfort Inn for web

Delta police looking for robber of motel

By Staff

The Delta Police Department is asking the public for help identifying and finding a man suspected of burglarizing the Comfort Inn, 180 Gunnison River Drive, and a nearby Bradley’s Gas Station at First and Main streets on Sunday. The ...


Guv appoints two new trustees to CMU board

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Colorado Mesa University will welcome two new members to its board of trustees this month, pending confirmation by the Colorado Senate. On Friday, Gov. John Hickenlooper announced the appointment of Denver residents Paula Herzmark and Joan D. ...


Gas industry lifts GarCo assessed land value

By Dennis Webb

A partial rebound by the oil and gas industry drove up the overall 2011 assessed valuation of taxable property in Garfield County despite falling real estate values. The assessed value stemming from the industry increased by one-third from ...


Death Notices, Jan. 7, 2012

By Staff

Gary Francis Blackman, 78, Grand Junction, died Jan. 6, 2012, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church. Mr. Blackman ...


121911 hg cacti

Grand Junction man recognized for knowledge, interest in cacti and succulents

By Rachel Sauer

It started, as things sometimes do, on a wide spot in the road between Golden and Boulder. Don Campbell was driving along and noticed a struggling little cactus very much in danger of getting trampled or run over. He’d always been ...


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