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Death Notices, May 11, 2010

By Staff

Lillian Rosalie Cavitt, 87, Grand Junction, died May 8, 2010, at Hospice Care Center. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the mortuary. Burial will be at Oddfellows ...


Police Blotter, May 11, 2010

By Staff

Police week activities Mesa County residents are encouraged to wear blue ribbons and shine blue lights on their homes and businesses during National Police Week, which runs through Friday. The week honors the 126 law enforcement officers ...


Senate OKs bill doubling speeding fines in wildlife zones

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A measure to double fines against motorists in wildlife zones, which had been turned into a study and then changed back into its original version, has cleared the Colorado Senate. House Bill 1238 has had somewhat of a bumpy ...


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GJ man held in ‘94 Boulder slaying

By Amy Hamilton

Boulder police arrested a Grand Junction man at his home Monday morning on suspicion of beating a Boulder man to death in 1994. David John Trujillo, 42, was booked into Boulder County Jail and faces charges of second-degree murder. He is ...


Local racing results, May 10, 2010

By Staff

Drag Races Points Race #2 Saturday at Western Colorado Dragway Rail Head Super Pro 1. John Widmer, Rifle, 1963 Corvette, 8.699 ET, 150.24 mph, 8.68 dial-in. 2. Richard Nowlin, Grand Junction, 1927 T Roadster, 9.062, 143.93, ...


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Manatees earn 1st berth to JUCO World Series

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Each year, the State College of Florida baseball players see evidence and hear stories about the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. This year, the Manatees will get to see it first-hand. State College of Florida, formerly Manatee ...


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Mesa State softball team draws Metro in regionals

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Kris Mort was disappointed the Mesa State College softball team didn’t win the RMAC championship last weekend, but she couldn’t fault the Mavericks’ effort against fourth-ranked Metro State. After the tournament, Mort said ...


Grand Junction hopes balanced attack results in playoff win

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction is out to prove it’s a quality team. After scrapping and clawing their way into the Class 5A postseason, the Bulldogs earned the No. 23 seed and will face No. 10 Columbine at 6 p.m. on Wednesday. “I think we are in ...


Sports in Brief: Mesa’s Slanger sixth in heptathlon

By Staff

College Track Mesa’s Slanger sixth in heptathlon Mesa State’s Christina Slanger finished sixth in the women’s heptathlon Monday with 3,186 points and Lindsay Hart eighth with 3,657 points in the RMAC outdoor track & ...


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Home sweet home: Palisade soccer team continues climb under Sorensen, will host Evergreen

By Patrick Bahr

When Raina Sorensen joined the Palisade High School soccer program four years ago as an assistant coach, she knew there was a lot of potential to work with. During her three years as an assistant coach, Sorensen saw steady progression peaking ...


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