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Audubon Society yearly owl field trip is a hoot

By Dave Buchanan

Everyone seems to give a hoot about owls. Sunday, the Grand Valley Audubon Society will let you give a hoot for owls. One of the Audubon Society’s most-popular birding trip is the annual Owl Prowl Field Trip, an afternoon adventure ...


Reach out and punch someone

By Steve Beauregard

We need to adopt some new, universally accepted rules for cell phone etiquette before one of these rude cell phone users winds up getting punched in the face. And here I’m talking about the extremely loud lady at Borders the other day I ...


Winefest is making most of popularity of social networking

By Staff

The Colorado Mountain Winefest is making the most of the surging popularity of social media by updating its Web site and increasing its public outreach through Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. The new Web site, said Elaine Matthews with the ...


Redland’s Mesa Men’s League Results - March 24, 2010

By Daniel Osborn

Redlands Mesa Men's League March 24, 2010 Low Gross/Low Net 9 Hole Game Gross 1st Don Ligrani 33 2nd Tom ...


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Burglary act a blessing in disguise

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

An act of burglary earlier this month turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the clients of Mesa Developmental Services. Several bags of aluminum cans turned up missing from a trailer outside of the office at 9th Street and Grand ...


Denver storm cancels flights, leads to outages

By The AP

DENVER — Wet, heavy snow that canceled flights, snapped tree branches and left thousands of people in the Denver-area without power has also closed dozens of schools and delayed openings at several offices along the Front Range. The ...


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Delta police seek missing woman

By Staff

The Delta Police Department is investigating the case of a woman missing since Sunday. They are seeking information about a person identified as Joysain (also known as Jessie) Patel, a woman of Indian-Hindu descent thought to be about 43 ...


Snow shuts down state Capitol

By Charles Ashby

Leaders in the Colorado House and Senate decided not to meet today because of a snowstorm that blanketed the metropolitan area late Tuesday. The National Weather Service had issued a severe weather advisory late yesterday, saying the Denver ...


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Grabe’s wife: Husband ‘had a feeling’ someone was after him

By Paul Shockley

The day before he allegedly murdered his son, Allen Grabe made passing comments that he had a feeling someone was after him and could be trying to poison him, according to testimony this morning from Grabe’s wife. Jaquette Grabe, the ...


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New DNA delays trial for suspect in slayings

By Paul Shockley

In a move spurred in part by new evidence, a judge Tuesday delayed the trial of a man accused of killing a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975. “By all means, yes,” 65-year-old Jerry Nemnich told District Judge Brian Flynn, ...


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