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Best of Bridge, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Here are results from recent bridge games: June 23: Dick Jones and Linda Marah; Carolyn Wiley and Marilyn McLaughlin; Betty Johnson and Ann McFarland. June 24: Linda Deaton and Linda Scibienski; McLaughlin and Wiley; Pat Kelley and Kathy ...

Local startup aims to make roads into energy fields

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A Mesa County entrepreneur is hoping to make inroads into the energy field by building better roads for drill rigs. Steve Casano, his wife, Kimberly, and some partners last year completed a quarter-mile test strip of road near Vega Reservoir ...

Your Town, July 4, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Happy Independence Day! This year more than ever, I have a great appreciation for what independence means to our country. Allen and I spent a week touring historic sites and memorials in Washington D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia late last ...

Weekly Planner, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Sunday, July 4 Fourth of July bike parade, Highline Lake State Park, Loma, 9:30 a.m., decorate your bike and meet in the campground between sites 9 and 12, vehicle parks pass required for entry into park, 858-7208. Western Colorado Atheists ...

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Authorities to resume DJ search

By Staff

MONTROSE — Authorities planned this morning to resume the search for a radio-station air personality who has been missing two days. Richard “Rick” Steele, 48, Montrose, was last seen parking his white Ford Ranger pickup ...

Biz Buzz, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Many a local liquor store owner complained last year when a state law allowing liquor stores to be open on Sundays went into effect. A common gripe was the stores wouldn’t profit from the extra day, that customers would just spread their ...

‘Tea Party’ old player in Colorado political scene

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Far from popping up every quarter millennium or so, the tea party has in one form or another been a familiar part of the Colorado political scene. The movement, which takes its name from the 1773 Boston Tea Party planned largely by Samuel ...

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Goats may get plenty of guff, but they’re really not so gruff

By Melinda Mawdsley

Karissa Maneotis thinks goats get a bad rap. Not all goats are dumb, and not all of them eat tin cans, she said, trying to debunk some stereotypes. In fact, Maneotis, 17, and other participants of Saturday’s Firecracker Jackpot and ...

Fairgrounds at full gallop

By Bob Silbernagel

Later this month, the equine facilities at the Mesa County Fairgrounds will be buzzing with activities. First there is the annual Frontier Belles horse show, July 10 and 11, in conjunction with the Grand Junction Horse Show Association. That ...

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Teacher to spell out ABC’s of creativity

By Sherida Warner

If you’re like me and find yourself drifting at times toward the creatively challenged zone, don’t despair. I have a solution to beckon that wandering muse back to your artistic roots — this year’s Black Canyon Quilt ...

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