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Times changing in western Colorado’s gas fields

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Times are changing rapidly in western Colorado’s natural gas fields, and there may be no clearer sign of the times than the kind now found on the front door of many energy-related companies. “Not accepting ...


Manley, Keating hope Pro Days get them noticed by NFL teams

By Allen Gemaehlich

Maurice Manley took the plunge and hired an agent. Yes, a football agent. “It’s kind of crazy,” the Grand Junction native said. “I didn’t know if I needed one. I called one that (former Mesa State football ...

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Bases-loaded walk lifts Mavs past ’Boys

By Allen Gemaehlich

Marty Rover was looking for a good pitch to hit. The Mesa State College junior never got one he liked. Instead, he drew a bases-loaded walk Saturday to bring home the winning run in the Mavericks’ 4-3 victory over New Mexico Highlands ...

Briefs: Local Road Closures March 08, 2009

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: •  Monument Road is closed for replacement of the bridge over the Redlands Water Power Canal. The detour is Colorado Highway 340 to south Broadway ...

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OUT: Mercury in Fish March 08, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Last week’s story about the fish consumption advisory from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Division of Wildlife raised some questions about mercury in trout. The advisory cautions anglers, particularly ...

OUT: Sunday Column March 08, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Spring (or at least weather remarkably similar to spring) continues to dominate the local scene, which means anglers are digging out their dust-covered waders and boots and wondering when their favorite water might be fishable. Even though ...

LS: Your Town Column March 08, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Sometimes, too much of a good thing is — well — much too good. With help from our many readers and their unique interests and clubs, our daily planner listings have grown at a whopping rate. And because of that, beginning the ...

Bruce Cameron Column March 08, 2009

By Staff

Thanks to Facebook, I now have 202 friends, many of whom I’ve never met. I can keep track of their movements throughout the day, providing support and counsel when needed. I’m scratching my leg, John writes at 9:49. Good job, ...


POR: Rick Dujay March 08, 2009

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Rick Dujay has more past lives than uranium has half-lives, or so it seems. Dujay was a college-football prospect. He was the youngest firefighter ever hired by the Houston Fire Department when he was 18. He was a member of the ...

POR: David Jones March 08, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

There are four kinds of calamities that could spring a barefoot David Jones from the comfy seat on his couch and out of his flannel pajamas at about 10 p.m. on a recent nippy winter night: a fire, a fatal, a plane crash or a rollover.  ...

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