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053110 3A Randy Dee Huff

Man accused of vehicular assault

By {screen_name}

A transient staying at a North Avenue motel was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion that he tried to drive over a worker directing traffic at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series after ignoring the worker’s ...


Blotter, May 31, 2010

By Staff

Threat reported at store A Grand Junction man was arrested late Saturday night on suspicion that he used a knife to threaten a Wal-Mart employee. Joshua Paul Mansur, 30, 480 28 1/4 Road, No. 28, was arrested at the store at 2881 North Ave. ...


052910 Outreach garden

Garden is payback for help

By Amy Hamilton

Not long ago, the vacant lot across from Rich Nye’s home was a barren and overlooked patch of dirt and rocks alongside a downtown Grand Junction street. But back in February, Nye had a vision for the lot, and that idea has taken root. ...


Gravel pit plan raises concerns for neighbors

By Emily Shockley

Neighbors of a proposed gravel pit at 104 29 3/4 Road are concerned that traffic associated with the pit will put a strain on the narrow, two-lane road. More than 50 people attended a picnic May 22 so they could discuss the proposed pit and ...


Fruita tries to keep hold of shoppers

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There are roughly 11,000 people living in Fruita who may be eating and shopping a lot somewhere other than where they live. The way city officials see it, there’s no reason they can’t do those things at the west end of the Grand ...


Death Notice, May 31, 2010

By Staff

Alice F. La Bree, 85, Delta, died May 27, 2010, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services are pending with Taylor Funeral Serivce in Delta. Survivors include two daughters, Linda Hannum of Cuyama, Calif., and Carroll Lynch of Hotchkiss; one ...


Hutchinson staying comfortable in GJ

By Patrick Bahr

Baseball players are all about routine. There’s nothing that shocks a routine like having to travel across the country and play for a national championship. The 10 teams in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series arrived late last ...


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Taylor made: Chattanooga State pitcher takes an unusual route in baseball career

By Patrick Bahr

Most young players don’t handle pressure situations well. Sunday during an elimination game in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio Field, Chattanooga (Tenn.) State Community College pitcher Matt Taylor found himself ...


JUCO NOTEBOOK: ‘Bus’ Bergman honored in night game

By Staff

The late Walter “Bus” Bergman, who helped bring the Junior College World Series to Grand Junction, was honored before Sunday night’s game between Iowa Western and Crowder (Mo.) College. Before the game, members of ...


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Setting the tempo: Temple’s five-run sixth inning eliminates first-timer Pitt (N.C.)

By Patrick Bahr

Temple (Texas) College shortstop Dusty Dishman knows the power of positive thinking. The Leopards were trailing Pitt (N.C.) Community College 8-1 in the top of the sixth inning Sunday at Suplizio Field in Game 6 of the Alpine Bank Junior ...


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