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Fruita Monument girls lacrosse team loses season opener to Aspen

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team lost its season opener to Aspen 14-7. Friday at Canyon View Park, the Wildcats (0-1) had the game tied 6-6 in the second half before the Skiers pulled away. “We are still adjusting to ...


STOLTMAN Henry

For vehicular homicide, man to serve 12 years

By Paul Shockley

A week before her death, 20-year-old Rebekah Joy King typed a message on Facebook waxing about change. “You have to be willing to see the bad side,” District Judge Richard Gurley said in court Friday morning, reciting King’s ...


Two seats already settled for Grand Junction City Council

By Amy Hamilton

Two seats for Grand Junction’s City Council are going to candidates who are running unopposed. The city will begin mailing out ballots Monday for the election. Ballots will be counted April 5. Sam Susuras was appointed to the council ...


Blotter, March 12, 2011

By Staff

Robbery, assault suspected Albert Pete, 44, of Farmington, N.M., was arrested Thursday on suspicion of robbing and assaulting another man, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Pete was jailed on suspicion of robbery and second-degree ...


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Portrait — Vol. 3: Up and Comers

By Staff

Portrait 2011: A look at the up-and-comers of the Grand Valley.  ...


Skarda top runner in mile prelims

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Alexis Skarda won the fast heat in the preliminary round of the NCAA Division II indoor national championships today and is the top qualifier for Saturday’s finals. Skarda, a sophomore at Mesa State, clocked a time of 4 minutes, 56.98 ...


BLM reconsiders new Oxbow coal lease

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management wants to withdraw its approval of a 786-acre coal lease for Oxbow Mining near Somerset so it can respond to concerns raised by environmental groups in an appeal. “BLM no longer endorses the Decision ...


E-mail letters, March 11, 2011

By Staff

MSC classified workers are can think for themselves After reading Bill Grant’s column (“Democratic senators should kill Mesa State personnel bill”) I was rather appalled. Conspiracy theories aside, House Bill 1007 was in ...


Loma resident to receive flag

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Pilots with a private contractor working with the military in Afghanistan will present Loma resident Joyce Shaffer with an American flag Saturday morning in Fruita. The pilots noticed a video called “The American Soldier” that ...


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Fisher’s Market offers free samples

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Like to try before you buy? Boulder Natural Meats in conjunction with Fisher’s Market will be giving away free samples of free range chicken until 5 p.m. Friday and from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. “We’re gonna let them try ...


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