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031311 2c round robin quilt

Invention of sewing machine a quilter’s dream

By Sherida Warner

I’m thankful I was born in the 20th century, well after sewing machines went into mass production. They’ve come a long way from hand cranks and treadles to electronic and computerized models. For a look at these inventions ...


Traffic Alert, March 13, 2011

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: Interstate 70 Business Project near Mesa Mall: Colorado Department of Transportation is working to complete the Interstate 70 Business Loop reconstruction. Eastbound ...


VA walk-in clinics planned

By Staff

A Veterans Affairs representative will be available Tuesday through Friday on the Western Slope, assisting veterans with such items as filing for disability, home loans, education, pensions, widows’ pensions and vocational ...


Death Notices, March 13, 2011

By Staff

Pearl A. Barnard, 98, Viola, Ark., died March 11, 2011, in Mountain Home, Ark. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Mesa Cemetery in Mesa. She is survived by one son, Bill of Mack; one daughter, Ritchlyn Roach of Viola; two grandchildren; ...


No bond reduction for N.M. man held in attack on driver

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A judge last week refused to reduce the bond for a passenger accused of attacking a Greyhound bus driver Jan. 6 in Glenwood Springs. Agapito Valencia, 48, of Albuquerque, N.M., faces charges including second-degree ...


Students guide their ‘satellites’ in deep descent

By Amy Hamilton

A countdown of “3… 2… 1” went up from the small crowd before instructor Skyler Ogden let the box fall Saturday from the roof of Grand Junction’s downtown parking garage. A few minutes later, about 15 middle ...


Feds rescind approval for Oxbow lease

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management wants to withdraw its approval of a 786-acre coal lease for Oxbow Mining near Somerset so it can respond to concerns raised by environmental groups in an appeal. “BLM no longer endorses the decision and ...


You Said It, March 13, 2011

By Staff

Does anyone really feel sorry for the NFL players? The majority of them have been spoiled rotten since high school, have received a full-ride college scholarship and are making millions of dollars playing a 60-minute game in which they rarely ...


Blotter, March 13, 2011

By Staff

Drunken driver watch St. Patrick’s Day revelers would be smart not to drink and drive this week, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Some deputies with the agency will be patrolling this week solely to catch drunken ...


Graffiti vandals strike GJ homes, businesses

By Amy Hamilton

Residents north of Orchard Avenue awoke Saturday morning horrified to see their homes, cars and businesses vandalized with graffiti. Vandals used blue spray paint to tag residents’ doors, the sides of homes and some vehicles with the ...


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