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Four injured in hit-and-run outside bar

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Authorities are looking for the occupants of a silver or gray Dodge pickup that struck four people outside a Clifton nightclub early Thursday. All four people were taken to Grand Junction hospitals, at least one with life-threatening ...


Police blotter, July 23, 2010

By Staff

Shots fired near goats A man told Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies Wednesday afternoon that his elderly neighbor shot at goats owned by the reporting party. When contacted by deputies, the neighbor said he was shooting at a ...


Buck claims big lead in poll; Norton questions credibility

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U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck leads opponent Jane Norton 64 percent to 37 percent in a new poll by Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies, Buck’s campaign said Thursday. Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies, which Buck uses in his ...


Stoney, Reeder take top wine honors

By Dave Buchanan

Stoney Mesa Winery and Reeder Mesa Winery came out tops at the first Mesa County Fair Commercial Wine Competition. Stoney Mesa, in Cedaredge, won a gold medal and the Best of Show Commissioner’s Cup for its 2008 Riesling. Reeder Mesa ...


Taco Bell Western Slope Tennis results, July 22

By Staff

Taco Bell Western Slope Open Wednesday JUNIORS Mixed 12 Doubles Round Robin McKenna Brooks/Andy Vernier def. Tayvia Voytilla/James Kistner 6-4, 7-5; Serena Ainslie/Charles Dorfman def. Charlie Madison/MaryGrace Prinster 6-2, 6-0. Boys 14 ...


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Know your opponent: Taco Bell Western Slope Open juniors division has plenty of rivalries

By Patrick Bahr

The element of surprise is gone for many of the older junior players at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. Through a combination of the Mesa County Junior Tennis program, the Elam Junior tournament, and open court play throughout the summer, ...


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Doing what we love: Fruita’s Mendes shows his stuff during PBR stop at Mesa County Fair

By Patrick Bahr

Tony Mendes’ career in the arena is what every bull rider aspires to have. Mendes has ridden on the Professional Bull Riding tour for more than 10 years, has qualified for the PBR Finals eight times and has won $1 million in his ...


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A little family fun: Dave Proietti having fun playing with his children at Taco Bell Western Slope O

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Dave Proietti usually hits tennis balls to his sons and daughter in the evenings. “I’m their (ball) feeder,” he said. This week, though, he’s playing matches with two of them in the annual Taco Bell Western Slope ...


Teen feared to have drowned in river in Rifle

By Dennis Webb

Authorities fear a teenager may have drowned today in the Colorado River in Rifle. Garfield County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Tanny McGinnis said a search for the victim, believed to be an 18-year-old male, was called off this evening ...


E-mail letters, July 22, 2010

By Staff

CLEAR Act will help protect Colorado lands In response to the drilling disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, Congress is preparing to pass the Consolidated Land, Energy and Aquatic Resources Act, H.R. 3534, known as the CLEAR Act. Unfortunately the ...


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