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10 homes out of water due to line break

By Amy Hamilton

Northbound traffic on 28 Road and North Avenue will be closed until city workers finish repairing a water line break near there, according to city officials. About 10 homes were without water this morning after the city received a call at ...


More debates for Colo. gubernatorial candidates

By The AP

AURORA — The three men competing to be Colorado’s next governor are set to debate again. Republican candidate Dan Maes, Democrat John Hickenlooper and former congressman Tom Tancredo aired their views at a forum in Pueblo Tuesday ...


Wild horse roundups continue in Wyo., Colo.

By The AP

CASPER, Wyo. — Federal land managers say they’ve corralled nearly 200 wild horses during the first three days of a massive roundup in southwest Wyoming. The roundup started Sunday and the Bureau of Land Management hopes to remove ...


Homes sold Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2010

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 907 26 Road $485,000 2669 Dahlia Court $650,000 2503 Van Buren Ave. $240,000 727 Shore Circle #A $190,000 CITY 2844 Texas Ave.   $48,000 856 Glenwood ...


Realtor News for Oct. 10, 2010

By Staff

Heiden Homes Realty & Associates For the third consecutive year, Heiden Homes Realty & Associates has been selected for the 2010 Best of Grand Junction Award in the Real Estate Agents category by the U.S. Local Business Association ...


10.10.10 open house on 16.5

Tour an open house

By Penny Stine

The summer and fall festivals are finished, the Broncos play an early game Sunday and a number of real estate agents are holding open houses this weekend, hoping to entice buyers to visit before the cold weather causes everyone to hunker down ...


Search halted for missing hiker near Vail

By The AP

VAIL — The search for a Chicago hiker missing in the western Colorado mountains has been suspended. The search for 31-year-old James Nelson in the rugged Holy Cross Wilderness near Vail ended at midnight Tuesday. Eagle County sheriff ...


Pot backers to release Colorado voters’ guide

By The AP

DENVER — There’s the so-called “blue book,” a voter’s guide approved by Colorado lawmakers. Now, advocates of legalizing marijuana are offering their own voters’ guide. The group SAFER Voter Education Fund ...


LunchLoop bikePark 101110

New mountain biker haven

By Amy Hamilton

Jonathan Garner glides his BMX bicycle over one dirt jump. He builds some speed after cresting a second jump. Then he hits the third and largest jump, which launches him into a move called the tailspin, the bike twirling beneath him. In fluid ...


Death of Montrose infant called suspicious

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Coroner’s Office determined the manner of death of a 4-month-old infant to be suspicious, and the Montrose Police Department is investigating the child’s death. According to Montrose Police ...


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