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Jury delivers mixed verdict in ‘07 fatal accident

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County jury this afternoon said a Rifle man drove carelessly in 2007 when he ran over a pedestrian on Interstate 70. But James Wilson, 30, was not the proximate cause of the death of 50-year-old Paul Dobson, according to a verdict ...


E-mail letters, April 7, 2010

By Staff

It’s not jingoism to defend our country I would like to remind the young people Dennis Herzog mentioned in his column recently, that their idealism is lacking some facts about our history regarding our supposed jingoism when we defend ...


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Over the Top, iPad

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob’s mom beats him to the punch in getting a new iPad. April 8, 2010  ...


Lawmakers object to proposed rafting settlement

By The AP

DENVER — Talks between a Taylor River landowner and a rafting company won’t affect legislation defining the rights of rafting firms to use private Colorado waterways, a lawmaker said today. The dispute began when landowners who ...


UPDATE: Trustee-elect resigns after Palisade breaks tie vote

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Palisade town officials this afternoon broke a tie vote for the third and final seat on the Town Board, only to watch as the woman who was picked immediately resigned. After Patty Hanna and Penny Prinster each received 199 votes during ...


Expo free for anglers, wannabe anglers alike

By Dave Buchanan

This week’s Outside Connection is — what else — the 12th annual Western Colorado Fly Fishing Exposition. If you’re interested in fly fishing, or interested in getting interested in fly fishing, this is the event for ...


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Local groups tend to wild turkey habitat

By Dave Buchanan

Two Grand Junction Boy Scout troops and a handful of adult volunteers recently braved a early spring storm for a fast-paced winter habitat project benefitting wild turkeys along the Dolores River near Gateway. Boy Scout Troops 318 and 353 ...


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Befus family bonds over fishing, outdoors

By Dave Buchanan

When the 12th annual Western Colorado Fly Fishing Exposition opens Friday night at the DoubleTree Hotel, don’t be surprised to see a lot of folks who wear double-extra-small waders. While the expo always has been attentive to its ...


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Hopefuls line up to try out for ‘America’s Next Top Model’

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

More than 50 young women cuddled under blankets while checking their hair and makeup Wednesday morning as they waited in line for “America’s Next Top Model” tryouts at Victoria Rose Bridal. The tryout is cycle No. 15 for ...


2 more defendants in relics case plan plea change

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Two more defendants in a federal crackdown on illegal trafficking of American Indian artifacts have scheduled change-of-plea hearings. Nick Laws and Dale Lyman of Blanding are scheduled to appear April 23 in front of a ...


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