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Bulldogs take care of Delta boys

By Staff

Palisade boys basketball coach Steve Phillips has been exhorting his team all season to “weather the storm.” Delta stormed the Bulldogs for 31/2 quarters Tuesday, but the skies cleared for Palisade down the stretch. The Panthers ...


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Soroco freshman Bruggink making history on the mat

By Staff

Lauryn Bruggink has been playing all kinds of sports since she was a very young girl. Playing on teams with boys is nothing new to her. She is, however, something very new to high school wrestling. The Soroco High School freshman heads into ...


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Viva Italian wines Italy showcases its wine in effort to capture, keep Americans’ attention

By Dave Buchanan

NEW YORK — Snow-covered streets turning to gray mush under endless traffic were forgotten under the warm Mediterranean glow spreading through New York’s Palace Hotel. It was the New York opening of the Italian Trade ...


FD: Dixie Burmeister Column February 18, 2009

By Dixie Burmeister

Just when you thought “Matters of the Heart” were over for February, I must remind you, it’s American Heart Month. The American Heart Association chefs developed some delicious recipes as evidenced by the following appealing ...


Coal Ridge pushing for own baseball field

By Dennis Webb

A young Garfield County high school that has begun to build a successful baseball program now hopes to build a field where the team can play. The Garfield Re-2 School District plans to seek a $200,000 Great Outdoors Colorado grant to help pay ...


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Mesa State swimmer capable of quick times in pool

By Allen Gemaehlich

Katie Wedel didn’t know what to expect her first year of college swimming. Now that she sees what’s possible, she couldn’t be more excited. The Mesa State College freshman from Pueblo is on the verge of being the first ...


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Local woman earns more than $1 million selling supplements

By Carrie Marfitano

When Bette James Laughrun began using Isagenix products more than six years ago, she was not thinking of a career. “I had some health issues, and I thought I’d get involved with them to help my health,” the 72-year-old ...


Death Notices: February 18, 2009

By Staff

•  Eula “Jane” Bailey, 83, Grand Junction, died Feb. 14, 2009, at Hospice Care Center. Services have taken place. Survivors include one son, Gary of Grand Junction; two daughters, Sharon Miller of Grand Junction and ...


Fee hike for cop training wins praise of legislators

By Staff

A bipartisan cadre of state lawmakers Tuesday praised Republican Grand Junction Rep. Steve King’s plan to increase vehicle registration fees by 35 cents to better fund police training. House Bill 1036 passed its first full-House vote ...


Rule change fuels delay of airport’s discussion

By Carrie Marfitano

Aero Fuel owners Betsy Kirschbaum and Phil Smith hoped to work toward a solution on their proposed fuel-tank expansion at the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority meeting Tuesday night. Instead, their proposal was put on the ...


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