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HG: Homegrown Column May 16, 2009

By Dennis Hill

I would like to know how soon can one trim spent daffodils and tulips without damaging the life of the bulbs? Thank you. — Christina This is such a good question. I wish more people would ask it before starting to cut. Right after ...


For the Record: May 16, 2009

By Staff

Births St. Mary’s Hospital Jeremy Berkley and Cassidy Lawson, Grand Junction, a son, March 28. Chris and Jennifer Buzzell, Grand Junction, a son, April 24. Ryan Scott Kiefer and Elizabeth Jade Bailey, Mack, a daughter, April ...


Death Notices: May 16, 2009

By Staff

• Jamie Lynn Bowden, 38, Grand Junction, died May 13, 2009, at her home. Services are pending with Snell-McLean Funeral Services. Mrs. Bowden was a nurse. Survivors include her parents, Gerald Wayne Riley Sr. of Connecticut and ...


Briefs: Local News May 16, 2009

By Staff

Many students receive college degrees • A number of area students have received degrees from colleges outside of the region. Grand Junction High School graduate Pablo Galvan graduated May 15 from Oregon University with a law ...


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Struzynski’s riseball stymies Mesa State

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WINONA, Minn. — A riseball looks so tempting. Until it rises out of the strike zone. Stacey Struzynski’s riseball had Mesa State College fooled to the tune of 10 strikeouts Friday in the opening game of the NCAA Division II ...


Briefs: Local Religion May 16, 2009

By Staff

Unitarians offer classes for children • The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Grand Valley, 1022 Grand Ave., will offer Our Whole Lives classes (OWL) to children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Classes will be from 9 a.m. ...


Pollard will stay open, sans Jeep

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Pollard Brothers Motors in Montrose will remain in business, just not with the Jeep franchise. Chrysler is withdrawing its franchise agreement with the dealership, but the dealership still will offer Jeep service, owner Jeff Pollard ...


Vets hospital 60th 5-15-9

VA Medical Center officials looking ahead to next 40 years

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The Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center observed its 60th anniversary with a nod to its past and a time capsule intended to be opened on the 100th anniversary. Medical Center Director Terry Atienza drew laughs from about 80 people ...


Ritter vetoes bill that would ease background checks on gun buyers

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Gov. Bill Ritter vetoed a bill that would have allowed holders of concealed-weapons permits to purchase handguns without background checks required of other buyers. The bill, H.B. 1180 by Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, would have weakened ...


Orchard Mesa man is guilty of menacing in 2008 shooting

By Amy Hamilton

An Orchard Mesa man who shot another man in the abdomen more than a year ago was found guilty Friday of felony menacing with a deadly weapon. Meanwhile, the jury determined he was not guilty of two other charges: second-degree assault ...


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