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Rumors murmured after fatal accident of cowboy Charlie Glass

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Final in a three-part series about legendary Fruita cowboy Charlie Glass. In the early morning hours of Feb. 23, 1937, legendary cowboy Charlie Glass died from injuries he received in an auto accident. His friends figured he was about 65 ...


Teacher-student probe goes to DA

By Paul Shockley

An investigation focusing on allegations that a School District 51 teacher shoved a student to the ground has been sent to the Mesa County District Attorney’s office for review, Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras ...


Death Notice, Feb. 25, 2011

By Staff

Jeffrey Lynn Gammell, 64, Grand Junction, died Feb. 20, 2011, at Mesa Manor Care Center. Cremation will take place. Mr. Gammell was a caregiver.  ...


Delta police: Do you recognize this man?

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Delta police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man whose body was found Monday morning near the Gunnison River. Police on Thursday released a sketch of the man, as well as photographs of multiple tattoos on his body, in ...


Getting It Right, Feb. 25, 2011

By Staff

Photo captions on pages 13 and 24 of Sunday’s Energy Forum & Expo special section should not have listed the Kokopelli trail head area near Loma among the areas being addressed in an update of the Grand Junction Resource Management ...


Rep. Tipton plans to question Interior about ‘wildlands’ plan

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The U.S. House will ask the Interior Department for more information about the proposed designation of wildlands, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said. “There will be oversight hearings” on the designation, which was established ...


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Defensive Drake: Senior’s ability to shut down foes a key for Grand Junction

By Patrick Bahr

Stephanie Drake creates havoc for the opposing team. The senior three-year starter may be only 5-foot-5, but she excels on the defensive end for the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team. “We give her a lot of leeway ...


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Mavs’ simple math: Two wins will equal one more home game for Mesa men

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Lance Fite and Russell Gregory joined a basketball team last season at Mesa State that was special. “How do you follow that?” Fite said of being a junior transfer on a team that won the RMAC regular-season championship and reached ...


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Goal-oriented: Mesa women hope to secure home game for RMAC Shootout

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Something to play for. “We’ve never had that option,” Jocelyn Zarling said. “I was thinking about that this week, I feel terrible for those seniors the past couple of years that didn’t have that.” Only one ...


Mesa lacrosse teams both fall on the road

By Staff

With only 40 seconds left in overtime Thursday, Grand Canyon University dashed Mesa State’s hopes of earning its first victory in men’s lacrosse. The Mavericks lost 11-10, ending their trip to Phoenix 0-3. The Mavericks scored ...


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