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Briefs: OA MOG Fest April 10, 2009

By Staff

An adventure-packed staycation starts here, at the Manufacturers of Outdoor Gear (MOG) Sale and Festival on Saturday, April 11, in downtown Grand Junction. Outdoor gear and apparel manufacturers will sell samples, closeout and blemished ...


Briefs: OA Sepiroth April 10, 2009

By Staff

Denver artists Ondrea Svaldi and Matty Kirk offer personal interpretations of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life and the Tarot in the exhibit “Sephiroth: The Soul’s Journey” open through April 25 at Planet Earth and the 4 ...


Briefs: OA Handels Messia April 10, 2009

By Staff

Make Handel’s “Messiah” part of your Easter with a performance of the oratorio on Sunday, April 12. The Messiah Choral Society of Grand Junction will give a full performance of “Messiah” at 2:30 p.m. at Avalon ...


OA: Bill Powers April 10, 2009

By Staff

Bill Powers called and left two voicemail messages barely audible through jolting static. Phone call No. 1: “It’s Bill ... bad reception ... Hotchkiss (static)” nothing. Phone call No. 2: “(static) ... call the school ...


Briefs: Local Sports April 10, 2009

By Staff

Wrestling • Locals fare well at Junior Nationals Central High School junior Matthew Gurule, representing the Colorado Outlaws wrestling club, took first place in the 103-pound division last week at the Junior Nationals Wrestling ...


SPT GJ TENNIS 4-10

Prinster fills key spot for Tigers in win over Aspen

By Staff

Margeaux Prinster has become the tennis equivalent of a baseball utility player for Grand Junction High School. Wherever Tigers coach Carol Elliott has needed her, Prinster has been there to step in. Prinster, not normally one of Grand ...


Lead investigator: Arrest eases burden of frustrating 1975 case

By {screen_name}

For 34 years, Ron Smith has carried with him the burden of knowing that his best efforts to find justice for a slain mother and 5-year-old girl weren’t enough. Smith was a lieutenant in charge of the Grand Junction Police ...


SPT MESA BASEBALL 3 4-10

Thoughts of his mom help Lamaster corral Mines

By Allen Gemaehlich

The purple hats reminded him of what his mother went through. Brent Lamaster had her in the back of his mind when he took the mound Thursday night in the Mesa State College baseball team’s Game of Hope cancer fundraiser against the ...


LS: History Here and Now Column April 10, 2009

By Staff

Easter Hill, named years before houses sprouted on it, is southeast of the intersection of Redlands Parkway and Colorado Highway 340. Its name is about a dream and many years of dedication. Early in the 20th century some Redlands residents ...


Death Notices: April 10, 2009

By Staff

•  Marlayne Tucker-Turner, 57, Clifton, died April 8, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Canyon View Vineyard Church. Mrs. Tucker-Turner was a commercial real estate agent for Caldwell ...


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