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Gray Gourmet, July 18, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Sloppy Joes, potato salad, peas and carrots, fruit cocktail deluxe. Tuesday — Spinach lasagna, green beans, tossed salad, wacky cake. Wednesday — Baked chicken fettuccine Parmesan, Monte Carlo vegetables, Mandarin ...

Local Briefs, July 18, 2010

By Staff

Several area Eagle Scouts are honored Several young men have earned the rank of Eagle Scout through the Western Colorado Council Boy Scouts of America this year. Among those receiving recognition are Erik Thun of Montrose, Team 47; Dakota ...

Biz Buzz, July 18, 2010

By Staff

Drivers on Interstate 70 Business Loop a little east of 30 Road no doubt saw a young lady wearing a sandwich-board sign and waving at traffic on recent weekday afternoons. And many probably wondered what the sign’s large letters, ...

Your Town, July 18, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Is it hot enough for you? Today’s Your Town is brought to by the letter T, as in iced-cold with a squeeze of lemon while lounging in front of the blasting air conditioner. It helps if you think cool thoughts. Did you happen to take any ...

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Quilters make their case for pillow charities

By Sherida Warner

Among many quilters’ circles lately, conversation turns to pillow talk. Not so much about sweet nothings whispered between sweethearts in bed, but about the fabric slipcoverings for pillows on which we lay our heads each night. ...

Bush-era oil shale decisions defended

By Dennis Webb

A year and a half after President Obama took office, his administration is defending decisions made during the Bush administration related to potential oil shale development. However, settlement negotiations continue regarding two lawsuits ...

Three McInnis staffers resign

By Charles Ashby

Three top staffers in Scott McInnis’ campaign for the GOP nomination for governor have tendered their resignations in the wake of the candidate’s plagiarism scandal, the campaign confirmed Saturday. Front Range newspapers and ...

Body suspected to be that of missing Montrose DJ

By Charles Ashby

The body of a missing disc jockey from a Montrose radio station may have been found, authorities said Saturday. The Montrose County Sheriff’s Department discovered a male body in the South Canal near Uncompahgre Road south of town. A ...

Williams honored for recycled pit liners as state ponders changing removal rule

By Dennis Webb

Local natural gas producers Williams and EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. each received two awards recently from the state, including one for Williams’ efforts to recycle pit liners. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ...

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Saturday ties record; more heat coming

By Staff

Saturday’s 104-degree temperature tied a record set in 1971, weather officials said. And don’t expect those highs to abate for a couple more days yet, said Norv Larson, a senior meteorologist with the Grand Junction office of the ...

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