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Rifle gets some mat revenge, topping Palisade in WSL dual

By Staff

The Rifle High School wrestling team made sure it wasn’t going to come down to one point this time. On Saturday, squaring off against Palisade in its own invitational dual tournament, Rifle lost to Palisade 36-35. In the one that ...


FD: Wine Columnn January 28, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Over the clatter of metal legs sliding across the concrete floor, the small pump wheezed and puffed as it sucked red wine from one glass jar and pushed it into another. Four of us — Sal Sassano, Dwight Marney, Brian Soule and yours ...


Mesa State returns to losing ways at Western State

By Allen Gemaehlich

GUNNISON — The Mesa State College women’s basketball team seemed to have a hard time finding inspiration. The Mavericks weren’t motivated after snapping their 11-game losing streak or by winning one for outgoing coach Timi ...


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Foxworth-Galbraith lumber yard closes in GJ and Delta

By Staff

The Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co. closed its Grand Junction and Delta store locations Tuesday. The Grand Junction yard, 515 S. Seventh St., and the company’s Delta Truss operation, 19440 Colorado Highway 92, will be closed ...


Chaco’s Paonia future uncertain after sale

By Staff

The sale of Chaco, a Paonia fixture and international sandal company, has left the company’s location up in the air, according to Mark Paigen, president and founder of Chaco. Paigen said Tuesday that the sale of Chaco to a ...


Briefs: Business Briefcase January 28, 2009

By Staff

•  The Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association gave the City of Rifle Interstate 70 Exit 90 Roundabout Project an Excellence in Concrete Pavement Award. The roundabout was built in conjunction with ...


Teen accused of bomb threat against schools

By Staff

A 17-year-old from Eagle was arrested Tuesday in connection with a Monday bomb threat made against Eagle County high schools, according to the Eagle County Sheriff’s Department. The teenager was released to a parent after his arrest, ...


Briefs: Local News January 28, 2009

By Staff

Students named to dean’s lists •  The following Grand Junction residents were named to the dean’s list at the University of Wyoming: Jess Thomas Anderson, Lisa M. Barker, Spencer P. Buda, Hilary K. Gore, and Katie Marie ...


Rifle prison would be closed under budget cuts

By Dennis Webb

Its small size, remote location and challenges in hiring and keeping staff led to a proposal Tuesday to close the Rifle Correctional Facility to help the state deal with a budget shortfall. Gov. Bill Ritter made the proposal following a ...


Mesa State says it expects to lose $1.6M

By Staff

Mesa State College announced Tuesday the college would see a $1.6 million reduction in its 2009-10 budget under the proposed state budget cuts announced by Gov. Bill Ritter earlier in the day. The additional budget cuts come after Mesa State ...


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