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GROWING IN STATURE, Warriors cruise to victory

By Staff

For a few seasons, the Central High School boys basketball team, because of a lack of height, had to settle for competing with a perimeter shooting and a transition game. With a couple of taller players gracing the Warriors’ lineup this ...

Dinos stop Fruita’s fourth-quarter comeback

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s fourth-quarter rally Friday night was shut down by the Carbon County Dinos, who claimed a 56-51 victory in the Warrior Challenge boys basketball tournament. After trailing most of the game, the Wildcats’ comeback ...

HG: SustainAbility Column December 06, 2008

By Adele Israel

It is not surprising David Miller is the chairman of Alpine Bank’s Green Team. Nor is it surprising that this community bank became the first financial institution in the state to bring home the Gold. While growing up in suburban Long ...

HG: Homegrown Column December 06, 2008

By Dennis Hill

We read your little blurb about the purple ash tree in the paper. We recently planted 14 of these trees along our driveway. They are 14 feet with 4-inch trunks. Our concern is that we have very high alkaline soil. We brought in some good soil ...

Advantage Rent-A-Car closes doors

By Staff

Advantage Rent-A-Car closed its doors on the Western Slope, and possibly in a majority of its markets nationwide, as of Thursday night. Three employees at the Advantage counter at the Grand Junction Regional Airport declined to comment and ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase December 06, 2008

By Staff

•  Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling was named in the top 500 list of largest remodeling firms in the nation by Qualified Remodeler Magazine. The company was named first in the August 2008 issue industry rankings feature which ...

Briefs: Local News December 06, 2008

By Staff

Palisade preservation meeting Tuesday • The Palisade Chamber of Commerce will ask for comments about preserving the town’s cultural and agricultural heritage at a meeting at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Palisade Community ...

State gets extension on roadless rules

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado will get another shot at redefining its roadless-area protection plan after the Forest Service on Friday granted the state an open-ended extension. The state initially faced a Friday deadline for sending the roadless rule to ...

Bradford Buescher debate

Buescher outspent Bradford by 4-to-1 margin

By Staff

In addition to overcoming state Rep. Bernie Buescher’s incumbency, Rep.-elect Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, managed to eke out a 605-vote win after she was out-fundraised and outspent by a 4-to-1 margin, according to campaign finance ...

Blotter: December 06, 2008

By Staff

Illegal drugs suspected • Amy Marie Bratton, 21, of Grand Junction, was arrested Thursday afternoon on suspicion of possessing illegal drugs after deputies from the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department contacted her in the 200 ...

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