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LS: Art of Quilting Column December 07, 2008

By Sherida Warner

Local quilt artist Jane Aldoretta has been busy furnishing a giant playhouse. She’s filled the inside with all the goodies a quilter could possibly imagine, and she’s inviting others to come and play with her. After two decades ...


You Said It Column December 07, 2008

By Staff

• I just read about someone wanting to mess with Lincoln Park Golf Course again. The majority of avid golfers in Grand Junction don’t want to change this course. I’m all for a golf-based recreation center; just build it ...


Parlor sting months in the making

By Staff

Interviews with men exiting a local massage parlor, sifting through the establishment’s trash and an undercover operation all led to the Grand Junction Police Department closing a suspected brothel last month, according to a recently ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz December 07, 2008

By Staff

Thursday’s announcement that the Rocky Mountain News is up for sale hits home with me. One of my defining moments was the day I waited nervously in the lobby of the newspaper’s former building at 100 Gene Amole Way to be ...


Junction man suspected of murder attempt, sexual assault

By Tim Harty

A 68-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested early Saturday on suspicion that he attempted to kill a female acquaintance in his home. Police said in an arrest affidavit they believe William Einer Rydell, 999 Bookcliff Ave., Unit M2, was ...


High number of prisoners released early spurs Colorado auditor’s report

By Staff

Less than a year after state lawmakers requested a probe into skyrocketing early prison releases, the Colorado Department of Corrections has reported that discretionary prison releases shot up again by a double-digit percentage. During the ...


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Parade of Lights 2008: Children lined Main Street to see floats.

By Staff

Kathie Iles of Grand Junction keeps the Parade of Lights afloat. The 61-year-old is as vital to the Christmas parade in Grand Junction as the jingle in “Jingle Bells” or Rudolph himself. The annual Parade of Lights was Saturday ...


S FMHS V FAIRVIEW GBB SHOT

Free throws lift Fairview past ’Cats

By Patrick Bahr

Through the first two games of the season, the Fruita Monument girls basketball team has done more things right than wrong. Friday night against Fairview, the Wildcats continued that trend, doing enough things right to have a 39-38 lead with ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup December 06, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Women’s Basketball • Stephanie Delgado posted her first double-double of her career to lead Mesa State to an 82-68 victory over Notre Dame deNamur on Friday at St. George, Utah. The 5-foot-11 senior post player scored 17 ...


Grand Junction High School boys struggle to find their shooting touch

By Staff

Oh, those shooting woes. For the third game this season, the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team struggled to find its shooting touch. In the second half, that came back to haunt the Tiger (0-3) as they lost to Bear Creek 52-38 ...


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