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Bergman service Thursday

By Staff

A memorial service for longtime Mesa College baseball coach Walter “Bus” Bergman will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Robinson Theater at Mesa State College. Bergman coached baseball for 23 years and football for 16 at Mesa. He won ...


Grabe’s fate in jury’s hands

By Paul Shockley

The “why” in the slaying of 13-year-old Jacob Grabe isn’t important in deciding whether his killer was legally insane at the time, a prosecutor told jurors Tuesday. The defense, meanwhile, argued the “why” was ...


Death Notices, March 30, 2010

By Staff

Louise R. Burley, 79, Grand Junction, died March 28, 2010, at Family Health West. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ms. Burley was an administrator at Carl Burley Associates. She is survived by her husband, Carl L.; one ...


Most popular license is columbine

By Charles Ashby

Colorado motorists don’t suffer from a shortage of specialty license plates they can put on their cars or trucks. In fact, they have 69 of them. While the Colorado Legislature routinely considers new ones each year, their approval ...


Free Rx card can save those who qualify up to 20 percent

By Amy Hamilton

Prescription medications can be expensive if you don’t have insurance or are underinsured. All Mesa County residents who fall into these categories can receive an average of 20 percent off medications, thanks to a free prescription ...


Health Briefs, March 30, 2010

By Staff

Medicare prescription coverage changes The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ended its contract with Fox Insurance Co. effective March 10 after determining the plan did not meet Medicare’s requirements to provide enrollees ...


Police Blotter, March 30, 2010

By Staff

Well-armed man arrested Mesa County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man staying on Bureau of Land Management land north of Grand Junction Sunday after finding him with a sawed-off shotgun and other weapons. Deputies arrested Troy Clayton ...


Debt collection complaints up sharply, authorities say

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Attorney General’s office on Monday reported a spike in complaints on suspected phony, and sometimes threatening, debt collection attempts. “We’ve gone from about a half-dozen a week to a half-dozen a ...


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Central’s Milholland hired as new Cedaredge football coach

By Patrick Bahr

The career goal of most assistant coaches is to one day become a head coach. Central High School assistant football coach Brandon Milholland is no exception to that rule. Monday, Milholland was announced as the new head football coach at ...


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Striding for more: Grand Valley’s Krieg focused on running for college education

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Brandi Krieg loves to play volleyball, but knows her talents lie elsewhere. Realizing her potential, the Grand Valley High School junior is planning on giving up her favorite sport to focus on the one that could help provide her a college ...


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