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Blotter, May 11, 2011

By Staff

Guilty in sex assault Delta resident Todd Gipe, 38, pleaded guilty Monday to sexual assault on a child as part of a plea agreement with prosecutors. Gipe originally was charged with three counts of sexual assault last year on a 15-year-old ...


Death Notices, May 11, 2011

By Staff

Raymond Clay Cole, 90, Grand Junction, died May 6, 2011, at Hospice of the Valley in Mesa, Ariz. Services will be at 9 a.m. Friday at Grand Junction Memorial Gardens. Mr. Cole was a mobile home dealer. Survivors include his wife, Doris; ...


Clifton students make big gains in CSAP scores

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A turnaround plan at Clifton Elementary is helping boost test scores at the school. The first Colorado Student Assessment Program data to be released for 2011, third-grade reading scores, revealed 74 percent of third-graders at Clifton ...


Chinese visitors blossom on valley tourism scene

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Debbie Kovalik and Barbara Bowman are veterans of the international-travel trade-show circuit, having stuffed their suitcases with brochures and guides every year for the last 20 years in an attempt to draw tourists from around the world to ...


Judge: Parties should settle hospital dispute

By William Woody

MONTROSE — As legal fees on both sides mount, Montrose District Judge Jeff Herron asked the Montrose County Commission and Montrose Memorial Hospital’s board of trustees to settle their dispute outside of court before he makes his ...


Sports in Brief: Bonin gets shutout in State Cup

By Staff

Local Soccer Bonin gets shutout in State Cup Hill Bonin of the Grand Junction Soccer Club was on the winning Under 15 State Cup team as a guest player with Real Colorado, a club out of Highlands Ranch, this past Sunday. Bonin, who also is ...


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Grand Junction’s Gurley, Pond team up again for another run at state doubles title

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Madison Gurley had aspirations of playing singles, but soon realized doubles was a better option. The Grand Junction High School senior is playing doubles with Kylie Pond again, hoping to place in the Class 5A state championships for a third ...


Prep Golf Results, Tuesday, May 10

By Staff

Metro East Regional Tuesday at Tiara Rado Team Scores 1. Cherry Creek, 239; 2. Arapahoe, 242; 3. Heritage, 279; 4. Central, 288; Fruita Monument, 288; 6. Grandview, 304; 7. Overland, 309; 8. Cherokee Trail, 311; 9. Grand Junction, 324; 10. ...


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Sinner overcomes waterlogged clubs to qualify for state

By Patrick Bahr

Fruita Monument High School golfer Jessica Sinner proved she can overcome just about anything. Tuesday in the Metro East Regional at Tiara Rado Golf Course, Sinner’s pull cart that held her golf clubs rolled into a water hazard. Despite ...


Peaking Mavs begin tennis nationals today

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A year ago, the Mesa State College women’s tennis team was one match from the NCAA Division II national championships. The Mavericks lost in the Central Region finals and watched as the men’s team won its regional title and went ...


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