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Judge decides probation in ‘tragic accident’

By Staff

Not a day goes by that Gerald Pace does not think about his son, Timothy, and his tragic death more than a year ago. “He brought a lot of joy to us through the years,” Pace said at the sentencing hearing Friday for the man who ...


Grabe plea accepted; sanity to be determined

By Amy Hamilton

A Pear Park man charged with fatally shooting his 13-year-old son formally pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity Friday morning. Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn accepted the plea Friday after advising the defendant, 51-year-old ...


HG: Annie Payne Column January 31, 2009

By Annie Payne

One week ago today marked the day considered by those who have the time and energy to figure these things out as the most depressing day of the year. Apparently, by Jan. 24, bills from Christmas come due, people have already given up on their ...


HG: Homegrown Column January 31, 2009

By Dennis Hill

We received forced tulip bulbs for Christmas. How do I care for the bulbs after they are through blooming? Thanks. — Irene To be honest, most people end up throwing them away once they’re done blooming. You don’t ...


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Coloradan gave $28,500 to victory fund because president is ‘driven’ by reality

By Dennis Webb

Inventor Bill Budinger built a career and a fortune out of a fact-driven world. Working in the realm of science, he helped develop technology used to manufacture the semiconductors that are common in electronics and make our lives so much ...


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Attorney, education advocate chosen as Citizen of the Year

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John Williams has made a name for himself professionally as a lawyer and in land development. But to those who know him away from the office, Williams’ reputation as a passionate advocate for education is just as noteworthy. Williams ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes January 31, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

As Sen. Edmund Muskie asked his colleagues in urging an override of President Nixon’s veto of the Clean Water Act on Oct. 17, 1972: “Can we afford clean water? Can we afford rivers and lakes and streams and oceans which continue to ...


You Said It Column January 31, 2009

By Staff

•  The lady and others pushing for a law against use of a cell phone while driving (not hands free) is trying to group all people into the same group — inability to safely drive while talking on a cell phone. There are ...


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Strong start lifts Montrose past GJ

By Staff

The Montrose High School wrestlers are a better tournament team than they are a dual-meet team, coach Jack Garrison said. “We’re getting better in our duals,” he noted after the Indians topped Grand Junction 41-27 on ...


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SIBLING RIVALRY: SUPER BOWL’S SUPER FANS

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For the Smith siblings, Brian and Spring, the needling won’t stop with the final gun on Super Bowl Sunday. In fact, one of them will get the needle after the game is over, and the other one will pay for it. As in tattoo needle. But ...


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