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Mesa State’s Williams thrives in different pitching roles

By Allen Gemaehlich

Andy Williams gets the question all the time from his coaches and teachers. “Can you sing?” The Mesa State College pitcher is used to the question, given he shares the same name as the singer who made “Moon River” ...

Briefs: Local Sports aapril 23, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball • 12 Mavs make All-Academic team Twelve Mesa State baseball players made the RMAC All-Academic team, announced Wednesday. Seniors Justin Little, Grant Vickers and Matt Bodenchuk made the first team. Little has a ...

Death Notices: April 23, 2009

By Melinda Mawdsley

•  Dennis L. Niblack, 61, of Grand Junction, died March 27, 2009, at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Church of the Nazerene in Palisade. Mr. Niblack was owner of Data Base ...

For stimulus, try this, Rowland tells Udall

By Staff

Economic policy for Sen. Mark Udall As suggested by Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland • Oppose carbon cap and trade. Its implementation would add $3,100 onto every U.S. household’s energy bill, Rowland said. • ...

Ritter defends tougher oil, gas regulation during signing of bill

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter on Wednesday put his official stamp on legislation authorizing new oil and gas rules, which were championed by his administration to better protect the public, wildlife and the environment. Ritter signed House Bill 1292, a ...

Grabe sanity report due next month, court told

By Paul Shockley

Attorneys in the case of accused child murderer Allen Grabe told a judge Wednesday they expect to have a state hospital report on Grabe’s sanity by mid-May. Grabe, who is awaiting an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute in ...

Rick Wagner Column April 23, 2009

By Rick Wagner

Finally some good news for global-warming enthusiasts, as they’ve hit upon a plan with historical precedent. After all, the history of world temperatures over the last 10 or 12 years hasn’t really been any help. Likewise their ...

A good sentence for bad legislation

By The Daily Sentinel

A legislative plan to substantially revamp Colorado’s sentencing laws and reduce prison sentences was pulled from consideration this week, since it faced vehement opposition from the state’s attorney general, prosecutors and ...

Lawmaker still hot about mill-levy freeze

By The Daily Sentinel

A Front Range lawmaker apparently didn’t like a compromise struck earlier this month on the state’s school finance act. Sen. Bob Bacon, D-Fort Collins, has introduced as separate legislation a measure that was stricken from the ...

City to begin collections Monday for spring clean-up

By Melinda Mawdsley

Homeowners aren’t the only ones prepping for spring cleaning in the weeks ahead. As the weather warms and the calendar approaches May, the City of Grand Junction begins its popular Spring Clean-Up program Monday. The program was ...

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