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Feds called into dynamite theft

By Paul Shockley

Garfield County and federal authorities are investigating the reported theft of at least 100 pieces of dynamite from private property near Silt. The theft, which was disclosed Wednesday in a news release from Garfield County Crime ...


Telluride gets input before drafting master plan

By The AP

TELLURIDE — Telluride Ski Resort is getting some feedback from the public before submitting a new master development plan to the U.S. Forest Service. The resort expects to have a draft of the plan ready this winter. This fall it asked ...


Scientists discuss Colorado Ice Age discoveries

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado scientists will discuss their findings from an excavation site near a ski town that unearthed fossils that are at least 43,500 years old. Scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science today will also show the ...


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Central’s Mikayla Duffy signs letter to play softball at Northern Colorado

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School senior Mikayla Duffy had options on where she wanted to attend college and play softball. Duffy chose to go to the school where she had options. Wednesday at Central High School, Duffy signed her national letter of intent ...


RMAC Notebook: Mavs dissecting football program after winning only three games

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In August, every football team thinks it’s going to win a conference championship. In November, most football coaches are analyzing the season, trying to figure out why that title was so elusive. That’s what the Mesa State College ...


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Contain is the challenge: GJ’s mission is stopping Regis Jesuit’s high-powered offense

By Patrick Bahr

The challenge has been laid out for the Grand Junction defense. Friday night at Stocker Stadium, the No. 10 Tigers (10-1) face No. 2 Regis Jesuit (11-0) in the quarterfinals of the Class 5A playoffs. Kickoff is at 6 p.m., with the gates ...


Blotter, Nov. 18, 2010

By Staff

Equipment stolen from back of truck Two pieces of construction equipment valued at a combined $12,000 were reported stolen from the bed of a truck Tuesday morning in the 500 block of Perkins Court, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


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Preventive step against leg clots

By Amy Hamilton

An inventor trying to get his foot in the door with a device to prevent blood clotting in the leg recently got a boost from the U.S. government. Matthew Mayer of Grand Junction, founder of Leap Frogg LLC, has a patent pending on a device that ...


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Board split on top county job

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When the Mesa County Commission offered the county administrator job to former Florida executive Michael Freilinger two weeks ago, the three-member board appeared to present a unified front in support of its selection. Commissioner Craig Meis ...


Death notices, Nov. 18, 2010

By Staff

Alice M. Barnes, 67, Clifton, died Nov. 16, 2010, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services are pending with Martin Mortuary. Ms. Barnes was a certified nursing assistant. Dorothy M. Piotrowski, 95, Delta, died Nov. 15, 2010, at Delta County ...


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