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Blotter: April 13, 2009

By Staff

Teen allegedly hits cop • A 14-year-old girl was arrested Friday on a outstanding felony warrant and on suspicion of assaulting a police officer, the Grand Junction Police Department said. On Friday afternoon, the juvenile was seen ...


Drug Testing All Test 4-8-9

New drug-testing firm opens in Grand Junction

By Carrie Marfitano

Parents and employers who want to determine whether illegal drugs have been on their property have an initial diagnostic test available to them from a new company in town, All-Test. Company owner Troy Sievers will come to your home or ...


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Animal shelter under new leadership

By Amy Hamilton

Veterinarian Laura DePalma has been the executive director of Roice-Hurst Humane Society for the past two weeks, and her to-do list keeps growing. DePalma, 36, who hails from North Carolina and graduated from St. George’s University ...


Two students from crash in Denver hospital

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two Mesa State College students injured in a one-vehicle rollover Saturday on Interstate 70 spent Easter in a Denver hospital. Kathryn Ball, of Evergreen, was listed in critical condition at Denver Health Medical Center on Sunday. ...


Cell phones, computers to track weed violations

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In their battle to keep weeds at bay and appease one of local residents’ chief gripes, Grand Junction city officials have a new weapon at their disposal this year. A computer chip. City employees who will begin actively enforcing Grand ...


Wildlife Column April 12, 2009

By Guest Columnist

“ The West is very rich in resources. The West is very rich in landscape beauty. As a result, the West is rich in contention.” “It’s not easy being rich.” — “What Every Westerner Should Know About ...


Brierfs: Sports Prep Roundup April 12, 2009

By Staff

It was the same old story Saturday for the Palisade High School baseball team. “Snakebit,” Palisade Athletic Director Mike Krueger said as he surveyed Canyon View Park, deeming it unplayable for his team’s scheduled ...


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Strong second half lifts Lightning to easy win

By Patrick Bahr

Trying to grip slippery sticks and playing on a rain-soaked field Saturday, the Grand Valley lacrosse team knew patience was going to be important. The Lightning (6-2) survived the wet conditions and a close first half at Canyon View Park to ...


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Mavs raise money for cancer awareness

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When they arrived at Bergman Field on Saturday morning, there wasn’t a player on the Mesa State College softball team who actually believed they would play two. Three things you must remember, though: First, Mesa State coach Kris Mort ...


OUT: Sunday Column April 12, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Each year hunting trips seem to take a bigger bite out of the budget, and a new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reveals how big that chunk is. The report says waterfowl hunters in 2006 spent $900 million on necessities and ...


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