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Traffic Alert, April 11, 2010

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: D Road Bridge Replacement construction will start Monday on D Road bridge (southeast of Monument Road) that crosses No Thoroughfare Wash. D Road will be closed to through ...


Biz Buzz, April 11, 2010

By Staff

Value retailer Big Lots, 2401 North Ave., recently got a lot bigger, expanding into the former home of next-door neighbor Corral West. Big Lots now occupies Unit 19A of the Teller Arms Shopping Center in addition to 19B, where quarters were a ...


GJ family homeless from afternoon fire

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction woman, three sons and her grandson are homeless today after a fire ripped through her duplex home. Firefighters were able to save some of the family’s items which were placed in the front yard of the home at 662 ...


Missing 14-year-old girl found in Colorado

By The AP

GILLETTE, Wyo.  — Authorities say a missing 14-year-old girl from Gillette has been found in Colorado. Police Sgt. Chuck Deaton says Tiffany Olivia Garcia-Barnett was found early today in Trinidad. Police say she ran away Thursday ...


Obama advertises tax breaks ahead of Tax Day

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Just ahead of Tax Day, President Barack Obama is urging Americans to take advantage of tax credits for first-time homebuyers, college students and others. Obama used his weekly radio and Internet address Saturday to promote ...


UPDATE: Woman found dead camping identified

By The AP

Dannah E. Foster, a 23-year-old Clifton resident has been identified as the woman who died after camping in Rabbit Valley. Foster died from multiple injuries, but her manner of death, has not been determined pending law enforcement ...


Mavericks win lengthy slugfest with Mines

By Staff

Friday nights have become a scorefest for the Mesa State College baseball team. One week after losing to Nebraska-Kearney 24-18 at Suplizio Field, the Mavericks held on to defeat Colorado School of Mines 16-12 in a 31⁄2-hour game in ...


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Double-teamed: Winning doubles matches spurs Mustangs to victory

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It’s only an eight-point pro set, but those three double matches are crucial when it comes to who wins a college tennis dual. The Mesa State College men’s team found that out Friday in a matchup of the top two teams in the Central ...


Higgins has hat trick in Central win

By Scott Schlaufman

At the corner of the field at Long Family Memorial Park stood Haleigh Higgins, a senior forward for the Central High School girls soccer team. The Warriors, despite plenty of senior leadership, have struggled to find their rhythm so far. Tied ...


KidzPlex’s Muhr qualifies for national gymnastics meet

By Staff

Cammi Muhr of Grand Junction won the USAG Level 10 regional title on balance beam Friday in Albuquerque, N.M., and qualified for the Junior Olympic national championships. It’s the third time Muhr, who competes for KidzPlex Gymnastics, ...


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