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Blotter, June 1, 2011

By Staff

Murder suspect’s bond set A judge set a bond at $250,000 on Tuesday for Daniel Warner, 47, who was arrested last week on suspicion of second-degree murder. An affidavit for Warner remains under seal because of the ongoing investigation ...

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Never walking: Central Arizona’s Keenyn Walker has speed to burn

By Patrick Bahr

Central Arizona College sophomore center fielder Keenyn Walker can’t stand still for long. Walker entered the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series with a .402 batting average, 125 total bases, including eight triples, 86 walks and a ...


Central Arizona pitchers enjoy philanthropy

By Daniel Humphries

Tyler Brady’s face lit up as he was handed the autographed baseball. “Oh my God,” he said happily, much to the delight of the six Central Arizona College baseball players gathered around him. Brady was only one of the eight ...


Coming back: No matter what, Haydens have made JUCO a family reunion

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Todd and Darren Hayden spent Tuesday morning leaning on the fence in the corner by the right-field stands at Suplizio Field, talking baseball. The brothers, who grew up in Grand Junction going to JUCO baseball games, were remembering when ...

Montrose runway fix coming soon

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A fix for the damage caused last week to part of a Montrose Regional Airport runway is due by the end of the week, the Montrose City Council was told Tuesday night. Contractors were using a hydro-fracturing technique to drill ...


JUCO Notebook: Harper cards return to World Series

By Staff

Harper cards return to JUCO Last year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series was notable for the appearance of Bryce Harper, who played for the College of Southern Nevada and was the first pick in the Major League Baseball draft by ...

Death Notices, June 1, 2011

By Staff

Lillie Mae Davidson, 97, Delta, died May 30, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. No services are planned. Survivors include two daughters, Judy Ashby of Delta and Donna Seitz of Grand Junction; two sons, Rick of Delta and Duane of Greeley; eight ...

Two District 51 libraries get $5K each from Laura Bush Foundation

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Libraries at Bookcliff Middle School and Grand Mesa Middle School will receive $5,000 apiece next year from The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. Bookcliff librarian Andrea Wiltse said she plans to spend the check on ...

Potomac State rallies to stay in GJ

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Potomac State (W.Va) College used a five-run fifth inning to outlast Seward County (Kan.) Community College 12-11 in Game 12 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Catcher Alan Filauro went 3 for 4 with a home run and two doubles, ...

Vilsack continues roadless rule in nat’l forests

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has extended for another year a rule that blocks most logging and mining in millions of acres of remote sections of national forests. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he wants to preserve the ...

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