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Jussel: Orton throwing to Marshall should be theme in KC

By Staff

Ahhh yes, Kansas City … in the winter time. Not exactly a good thing. The Denver Broncos are 1-15 when they play the Chiefs in Kansas City in December over the 50-year history of the two original AFC teams, nothing to write home ...

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Ups and downs: Central runs out of gas in loss to Carbon

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From a halftime tie to a 20-point deficit Saturday afternoon, the Central High School boys basketball team wasn’t about to pack it in during the final game of the Warrior Challenge. Actually, the Warriors were just getting warmed ...

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Fitting in: GJ’s Mercado swims with the best

By Staff

All Anna Mercado has ever wanted to do was fit in. As a member of the Grand Junction High School swim team, Mercado is getting that chance. She doesn’t have the smoothest dive into the pool, nor is she the fastest swimmer on the team, ...

Palisade’s adjustments pay off in victory over Bear Creek

By Staff

Bear Creek’s Jaron Price found a way to score in the Bears’ first two games of the Warrior Challenge at Central High School. Friday night Price scored 27 points against Grand Junction, and Saturday against Palisade, Price was off ...

GJ shines to capture Warrior Challenge

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Four games in five days gives a basketball coach a good look at his team. The majority of that time, Grand Junction High School boys coach Dutch Johnson has liked what he’s seen. As always, there are moments ... “Slow ... ...

Highline Lake offers optimum location for watching birds

By Bill Haggerty

Although the James M. Robb Colorado River State Park is one of the most unique parks in Colorado, and the one that gets the most local notoriety, it’s not the only state park in the Happy Valley. Highline Lake State Park north of the ...

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Controlling fertility: Wildlife commission considers allowing DOW to manage problems

By Dave Buchanan

Taking care of business with a needle, not a gun, will be on the agenda this week for the Colorado Wildlife Commission. When the commission sits down to its December workshop Thursday in Pueblo, among the items set for adoption is a formal ...

Briefs, Dec. 5, 2009

By Staff

Holiday party will be Thursday for children of foster care MOMS Club of Grand Junction East will have a holiday party for all children from Ariel Foster Care from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Canyon View Vineyard Church. Food, games and ...

Ex-insurance adjuster pleads guilty to fraud

By Amy Hamilton

A former insurance adjuster accused of providing “clean” titles for cars that should have had “salvage” titles pleaded guilty Friday in court to a misdemeanor charge of fraud. Terry Robinson, 48, indicted for fraud and ...

Helmick questioned about day spouse died

By Amy Hamilton

Miriam Helmick broke into tears only once while testifying Friday in her murder trial, which is drawing to a close. After the defense rested early Friday afternoon, the jury was released for the weekend. Closing arguments and jury ...

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