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Dixie: Squash it with apples

By Staff

The foods of fall are here. I love all winter squash, but my favorites are butternut with acorn coming in second. And what’s October without apples? My husband Fred, won my heart by bringing me the most beautiful ones he could find ...


Sheriff: Missing Telluride boys may have planned to run away

By Staff

Investigators are looking into information suggesting a pair of missing boys in San Miguel County had plans to run away together, the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Department said this morning. Christopher Ihinger, 12, and Danny Eberly, ...

Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club October 5, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - October 5, 2011 Mystery Holes - Flight 1 1st Lyn Fraser 34 T2nd Lynn Liljenberg 35 T2nd Joyce ...

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies Club Golf Results October 5, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - October 5, 2011 Low Gross/Low Net - Flight 1 1st Gross Frances Baer 37 T2nd Gross Michelle ...

GJ turning new leaf with pick-up plan

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Grand Junction residents will see a slightly different approach to the city’s leaf-pick-up program, which begins Oct. 17. This year, the city has been divided into five sections. There will be weekly leaf pick-ups for the first two ...

Ohio zoo’s Asian elephant moving to Colorado

By The AP

POWELL, Ohio — An Asian elephant born seven years ago at the Columbus Zoo is moving to a new home at the Denver Zoo. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium said Tuesday that Bodhi (BOH’-dee) will move to Colorado by the end of the year ...

Tourist restrictions considered at Maroon Bells

By The AP

ASPEN — Fall leaves are bringing swarms of tourists to Maroon Bells lake, prompting U.S. Forest Service officials to consider restrictions. Ranger Scott Snelson says as many as 5,000 people a day went to Maroon Lake Friday through ...

Adobe Creek Sr Men’s League October 5, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - October 5, 2011 First Flight T1st Bruce Shepherd   T1st George Hertzke   T2nd Frank ...

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Semi runs into creek near Fruita

By Staff

Traffic was rerouted for six hours Tuesday afternoon on Interstate 70 west of Grand Junction after a tractor-trailer struck a construction abutment and careened into a stream just upstream from the Colorado River. The crash occurred in the ...

GarCo aims to slice $7M from budget

By Dennis Webb

A 2012 Garfield County budget proposal contains $7 million more in spending than in revenues, and county commissioners are looking for areas to save money and achieve a balanced budget. “At least from this commissioner, we need to come ...

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