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Measure would give state judges training in business matters

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — House Democrats reached an agreement with a Colorado Springs Republican lawmaker Thursday over what to do with a portion of Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s money. Democrats criticized the Republican secretary of state ...


Businesses get smart energy-saving tips

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Businesses can boost their bottom lines by bulking up on energy efficiency, representatives of Xcel Energy and other organizations said Thursday. The “2011 Cost of Doing Nothing” seminar attracted about 50 people to Two Rivers ...


Web vigil for missing Grand Junction woman back online

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The Kitchen Guy, who has monitored the disappearance of Paige Birgfeld for nearly four years, resumed his post Thursday. The Kitchen Guy, who is identified only by that name, said in a post Thursday on Chefsuccess.com that he had suffered the ...


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Getting It Right, April 6, 2011

By Staff

A Blotter item on page 3A Thursday should have said Sean Keith Willis is homeless. He does not live at 585 25 1/2 Road, No. 147.  ...


Local Briefs, May 6, 2011

By Staff

Knit on the Corner returns to Main Downtown visitors enjoying the Art and Jazz Festival this weekend will notice various sculptures, trees, park benches and parking meters modeling knitted wares during the event. Knit on the Corner, a ...


Death Notices, May 6, 2011

By Staff

Florence Delzer, 91, Delta, died April 29, 2011, in Highlands Ranch. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at All Saints Lutheran Church in Cory. Survivors include three daughters, Marlene Coleman of Carrolls, Wash., Sheila Delzer of ...


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Digging proves Pabor’s 1883 Seventh Street home still standing

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If you are trying to tie early-day Grand Junction residences and businesses to today’s city maps, you need the tenacity of a bulldog and the ability to put facts together like Sherlock Holmes. When Marie Tipping, my husband Teddy and I ...


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Central sprinter Sidebottom learning the devil is in the details in 100 and 200 dashes

By Patrick Bahr

The challenge is simple: Who can run from point A to point B the fastest? That’s the beauty of the 100- and 200-meter dashes — two of the purest events in sports. Central’s Chance Sidebottom is showing his improvement in ...


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New bats perfectly suited for Mesa’s Box

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Power hitters might not be enthralled with the new lower exit speed bats being used in college baseball this season, but they suit Braden Box’s game just fine. The Mesa State College middle infielder has never been one to hit the ball ...


Jordan’s big game helps Mesa State softball team split

By Staff

Sara Jordan wasn’t ready for her career to end. The Mesa State College senior pitcher threw a five-inning, three-hit shutout Thursday in an elimination game of the RMAC softball tournament in Golden. She also drove in five runs in the ...


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