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Drilling dispute settled for Colo. wildlife refuge

By The AP

ALAMOSA — A plan to drill exploratory wells on a national wildlife refuge in south-central Colorado is on hold until a new environmental review can be done. The groups sued over the federal government’s handling of a drilling ...

Boulder satellite to monitor debris set to launch

By The AP

BOULDER — A satellite built by Ball Aerospace in Boulder to monitor the thousands of pieces of debris orbiting Earth is set to launch. The Boulder Daily Camera reports that the satellite is scheduled to launch Saturday night from ...

Pentagon paying Utah homeowners for fire losses

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Department of Defense is paying homeowners for losses from a wildfire that started at a Utah Army National Guard base and swept into a Salt Lake City suburb, a military official said Friday. The Defense Finance ...

Rooting for the underdogs? They may not care

By Gary McCallister

I have discovered why I lack motivation and it’s everyone else’s fault. I knew that, of course, I just didn’t have hard data. OK, I still don’t have hard data, but I have some data, which is good enough. A couple of ...

Piatt, Olathe run over Basalt

By Staff

BASALT — Kyle Piatt made sure he took advantage every time he touched the ball Friday night for the Olathe High School football team. The senior running back racked up 213 rushing yards with three touchdowns, pacing the Pirates’ ...


Man suspected in 3rd pharmacy robbery

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man accused in the gunpoint robberies of two Grand Valley pharmacies will be charged in connection with a third similar incident in Glenwood Springs, according to a Mesa County prosecutor. Chief Deputy District Attorney Dan ...

For the Record, Sept. 25, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Brian and Sandra Snell, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 1. Clinton Haddon and Lyndsay Marshall, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 2. Anthony P. Miera and Laura Rojo, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. ...

GJ wins physical battle with Cortez

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School soccer team dealt with plenty of physical play Friday at Montezuma-Cortez, winning 2-0. “Their defenders were coming at us fast and physically,” Grand Junction coach Stephen Latta said. As a result, ...

Religion Briefs, Sept. 25, 2010

By Staff

Bluegrass and chili in Battlement Mesa BATTLEMENT MESA — All Saints Church will have its annual Bluegrass/Chili Festival from 5 to 7:30 tonight, at 150 Sipprelle Drive. Bluegrass musician Danny Agajanian and his band will ...

Death Notices, Sept. 25, 2010

By Staff

Gladys Marie DiBianco, 90, Grand Junction, died Sept. 21, 2010, at Hospice Care Center. A private family service is planned. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Derryl E. Soden of Grand Junction; six grandchildren; and 10 ...

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