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Blotter, Oct. 1, 2011

By Staff

Teen ticketed in crash Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a crash Thursday night involving a juvenile girl, authorities said. The girl, age unknown, reportedly was driving a 2007 Ford Mustang north on 19 Road when she failed to ...


Palisade library branch set to reopen on Oct. 11

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Closed for nearly a month to accommodate a move and remodel, the Palisade branch library will reopen Oct. 11 in its new downtown location. Construction crews are installing new bathrooms and reconfiguring an area that will feature a meeting ...


Sex offender guilty of exploiting children

By Dennis Webb

A Glenwood Springs-area man agreed to a plea deal instead of going to trial Monday on charges he stored more than 1,000 sexually explicit images of children on his workplace computer. Christopher Earl Carlyle, 35, pleaded guilty to four ...


Pedigree, training keys to developing dog, owner as hunting team

By Dave Buchanan

Just as not every dog will be a grand champion, not every dog owner will be a great dog trainer. But every dog and every owner can be better than they think. Take that advice from Grand Junction physician Jim McLaughlin, who trained and ...


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Cabela’s brings in outdoors experts for Ladies Night Out

By Dave Buchanan

It’s not surprising that women often feel overwhelmed when it comes to learning about fishing, hunting and the outdoors. When everyone thinks he’s an expert, the advice comes thick and fast and is not always ...


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Titled retriever: GJ Lab becomes international grand hunt champion

By Dave Buchanan

There are dogs, and there are retrievers, and then there are Labrador retrievers. And then there are the people who love and train Labrador retrievers, wanting to bring out the best in themselves and their dogs. In this last group, we find ...


Plan targets highly contaminated mine on Navajo

By The AP

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.  — The federal government has approved a plan to clean up the most badly contaminated uranium mine site on the Navajo Nation. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the plan Thursday to remove 1.4 ...


Recession hits Colo. banks late; 5 fail this year

By The AP

DENVER — The downturn in real estate at a time of high unemployment, foreclosures and bankruptcies led to five Colorado bank failures this year that could cost the nation’s deposit insurance fund about $1 billion, or about ...


Univ. of Colo. beats Alabama for solar observatory

By The AP

BOULDER — The University of Colorado in Boulder says it’s been selected as the new headquarters of the National Solar Observatory, beating out the University of Alabama. The headquarters will serve as the principal science and ...


Powderhorn plans half-pipe at base area

By Dave Buchanan

Powderhorn Resort will kick off its 45th year this winter with a new half-pipe for snow-park boarders and skiers. Resort officials said the half-pipe is expected to be 300-350 feet long with 13-foot walls sporting a 16-17-percent grade. The ...


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