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Fed. spending already dominating Colo. Senate race

By The AP

DENVER — The race between Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican Ken Buck in this year’s Senate contest has already turned into a debate over federal spending. A day after an ad accusing Bennet of joining a spending spree ...

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New horse-therapy organization seeks children to pair with ponies

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Megan Molony lost her mother, she began looking for a way to honor her memory. Her mother was born with spina bifida, then contracted polio, which caused her to have a leg amputated. Despite her handicap, Molony said her mom was always ...

Police: Church kidnapping report bogus

By Paul Shockley

An 11-year-old girl who claimed a man tried to kidnap her from a Grand Junction church admitted to a detective today that she made up the story, Grand Junction police spokeswoman Kate Porras said. “Our physical evidence and video ...

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Quilts warm hearts of cancer patients

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The quilts made by Caring Hands and Hearts volunteers become valuable possessions and comfort items for those receiving cancer treatment at the St. Mary’s Oncology Center. “It’s the kind of possession that you would save ...

Federal judge to hear Valley arguments Thursday

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U.S. District Judge Philip Brimmer on Thursday will hear motions in the criminal case against the owner of failed Valley Investments, including one to conduct the trial in Grand Junction. Brimmer will hear the case at 10:30 a.m. in the Wayne ...

Colo. man pleads guilty in Haiti sex abuse case

By The AP

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A Colorado man has acknowledged sexually abusing eight boys at a school he founded in Haiti for street children. Douglas Perlitz pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn., to travel with intent ...

Maes declines offer to drop out

By Charles Ashby

Colorado Republican Party Chairman Dick Wadhams said today that he presented an offer to his party’s gubernatorial candidate, Dan Maes, from former congressman Tom Tancredo. The offer was that Tancredo, who left the GOP to launch a bid ...


Group continues scientific monitoring of West Creek

By Dave Buchanan

GATEWAY — Don’t search for West Creek on Google. You won’t find it. Which is good, because this tiny creek that splits off the west side of Unaweep Divide (yes, there is an East Creek that falls off the other side toward ...

After uncooperative spring weather, it’s time to enjoy ribbon-quality tomatoes

By Dixie Burmeister

The old saying “a day late and a dollar short” applies, in a way, to the lack of ripe tomatoes to enter in the Mesa County Fair’s open class on July 19. Only in this case it was “three days late and ribbons ...

Volunteers needed for trail work event

By Dave Buchanan

This weekend, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado is hosting a, well, volunteer outdoor work event. The trail along the Middle Fork of the Cimarron River above Silverjack Reservoir needs some TLC and the VOC is seeking help for the two-day trail ...

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