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In Brief: Scholarships to be given away today

By Staff

High Schools Scholarships to be given away today A drawing for two $500 college scholarships is scheduled for halftime of tonight’s football game between Central and Fruita Monument high schools at Stocker Stadium. College In Colorado ...


Guy Clark’s latest, ‘Somedays the Song Writes You,’ could be among his best storytelling

By Rock Cesario

As I have said recently, there is a lot of great new music that has just been released. This past week, it was Robert Earl Keen and Kris Kristofferson with new music. Robert Earl’s good friend, Lyle Lovett, is releasing “Natural ...


Two Montrose High students suspended after threatening list falls from backpack

By Emily Shockley

Two Montrose High School students have been suspended after a threatening letter fell from one of the girls’ backpacks as she left the school, according to Montrose police. The girls, ages 14 and 15, were walking out of the school ...


Police Blotter, Oct. 2, 2009

By Staff

96 counts of sexual assault A Grand Junction man faces an extradition hearing Tuesday when he’ll decide whether to fight or face allegations in West Virginia, where he’s wanted on a 11-year-old warrant alleging 96 counts of sexual ...


Red Cross manager heads to American Samoa

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Scott Cline lent a hand to victims of flooding in Ohio a few years back. He’s helped homeowners displaced by fire in western Colorado. But he’s never encountered a disaster of the magnitude he’ll plunge into this ...


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Mavericks thriving during conference play

By Allen Gemaehlich

The young Mesa State College football team’s offense got off to a slow start, but has busted loose since RMAC play began. Redshirt freshman quarterback Robert Felberg has gone from throwing five interceptions and no touchdowns in the ...


Keep welfare local

By Staff

Critics of the idea that the state should take over child protection and related services throughout Colorado have a potent argument against state centralization: CBMS. The Colorado Benefits Management System — a centralized computer ...


ATV users fear ride’s over with new travel plan

By Amy Hamilton

Less than a mile out on a dirt road west of De Beque, most signs of civilization fall away, opening up miles of unobstructed views. Adobe hills dot the landscape, and sandstone formations create curious hourglass pinnacles. It’s here ...


Bulldogs top Rifle in softball

By Staff

Kendra Barnes knew all she had to do was hit the ball and get on base. With her Palisade High School softball teammate, Regan Van Noy, on third base, Barnes needed to put the ball in play to get the winning run home. “I was looking for ...


Briefs, Oct. 2, 2009

By Staff

Open house planned at White home An open house celebration at the White family home is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 779 24 1/2 Road. The home was built for Mary White and her three daughters; one daughter, 14-year-old ...


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