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One sly fox

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Dave Fox is one of the enduring faces of coaching in the Grand Valley. Since 1981, coaches have come and gone at the four area high schools, but one constant has been Fox coaching some sport at Fruita Monument High School. “It’s ...


Duffy Hayes video gallery

By Staff

Tour a wildlife rehab center: Unique art project: Teachers bare their hair, for a chair: ‘Bee Bob’:    ...


Youth connect with dogs for ‘New Leash on Life’

By Staff

Nothing softens the heart like a cute, furry friend, with big lovable eyes, floppy ears and a tail that always says, “I’m happy.” “How he reacted to me was all positive,” said the young man holding the leash. At ...


On road to becoming, don’t forget to just be

By Sheri Fisher

As I was out last weekend, I ended up at a restaurant where one of my clients was performing with her band. She’s the lead singer in a couple of local groups, joining with various musicians to perform at different venues. As Caitlyn ...


Briefs: Local Health Sept. 15, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

B4 Babies and Beyond received grant More low-income families than before are eligible to receive Child Health Plan Plus, CHP+ and Medicaid, thanks to new eligibility guidelines. Hilltop’s nonprofit program, B4 Babies and Beyond, ...


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Family working to spread awareness of childhood cancer

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction couple Rusty and Jami Lloyd couldn’t have fathomed two months ago how different their family life would be today. On July 16, their 3-year-old daughter Gracie was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer, ...


Water on tap at two seminars this week

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How to keep bringing water to the desert will be at the center of two seminars this weekend. The Mesa County Water Association will host a public seminar and discussion Thursday about “How Did our Desert Bloom? And What Happens ...


Ex-lieutenant governor, GJ native to announce U.S. Senate bid today

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Former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton, a Grand Junction native, will announce her bid for the U.S. Senate today in her hometown. Norton, a Republican and the executive director of the Denver Police Foundation, will start her West Slope campaign at 2:15 ...


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Williams, Wissel lead Wildcats in softball

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The success of the Fruita Monument High School softball team doesn’t depend solely on Brooke Williams and Ashleigh Wissel, but the better Williams and Wissel play, the more dangerous the Wildcats are. On a team stacked with talent, ...


Artifacts-theft suspect appears in U.S. court

By Paul Shockley

An Orchard Mesa man under federal indictment in a regional artifacts theft investigation was allowed on Monday to remain free on a personal recognizance bond. Robert B. Knowlton, 66, 1602 Dolores St., was advised Monday afternoon in Denver by ...


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