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Blotter, Nov. 6, 2010

By Staff

Claims against cops bogus Travis M. Koehn, 33, 3058 Sandpiper Ave., was arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony attempt to influence a public servant, plus misdemeanor counts of false reporting, after he allegedly falsely claimed and ...


BROWN Joseph

Affidavit: Theft suspect fought cops

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man faces possible felony charges after shoplifting a computer, carjacking another man and eventually assaulting a police officer, according to allegations in an arrest affidavit. Joseph I. Brown, 32, 123 S. 11th St., Unit 1, ...


Prep Football Results, Friday, Nov. 5

By Staff

Brighton 24, Green Mountain 21 Columbine 28, Mountain Vista 14 Grandview 35, Pomona 22 Fossil Ridge 31, Thomas Jefferson 27 Montbello 21, Doherty 20 Valor Christian 49, Legend 0 Falcon 61, Sand Creek 21 Elizabeth 49, Englewood 7 Brush ...


Religion Briefs, Nov. 6, 2010

By Staff

Ohr Shalom hosting holiday bazaar Congregation Ohr Shalom will host a unique holiday bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, at the synagogue, 414 Kennedy Ave. Jewish and non-Jewish vendors will display fine arts and craft items. Proceeds will ...


RMAC Soccer Tournament, Friday, Nov. 5

By Staff

RMAC Tournament Men Wednesday’s Quarterfinals Metro State 2, Mesa State 0             Regis 6, Colorado St.-Pueblo 2 Friday’s Semifinals At Golden Colorado Mines 3, Metro State 2 Regis ...


Hotchkiss’ high-powered offense to be on display in playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

It can be hard to stay motivated when eight wins have come as easily as they have for the Hotchkiss High School football team. The Bulldogs (8-1) have averaged 50 points per game in their eight wins, allowing an average of nine points in ...


Mesa State Volleyball Result, Friday, Nov. 5

By Staff

Mesa State 3, Adams State 0 Friday at Alamosa Kills: MSC 38 (Kemp 11, Bosch 8, McCormick 7, Alofipo 6, Reed 3, King 2); ASC 34 (Davis 9, Loosbrock 8, Spencer, Tapia, Washington 5, McNeil, Fowler 1). Solo blocks: MSC 3 (Kemp 2, McCormick 1); ...


McInnis Canyons marks anniversary with a party

By Amy Hamilton

For the past decade a citizens group of land stewards has adopted some of the prettiest public lands in the Grand Valley: the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area near Fruita. Group members are inviting the public to share in some of ...


Briefs, Nov. 6, 2010

By Staff

Flag retirement ceremonies Sunday RIFLE — The Rifle American Legion will be burning flags at 3 p.m. Sunday. The public is invited to bring old flags to the veterans memorial at Deerfield Park. The American Legion also is placing 76 ...


With votes out, control of Legislature in doubt

By Charles Ashby

Though many in the Colorado Legislature are assuming Republicans have taken control of the House, and the Democrats lost one seat in the Senate, there’s nothing official saying that’s actually true. As vote counts stand now, GOP ...


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