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Fort Carson expansion will play into contest, one GOP candidate says

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The race between two Republicans for the party’s nomination for governor will come down to their differences over the handling of the Army’s desire to expand Fort Carson, Evergreen businessman Dan Maes said Friday. He and Scott ...


Climbing the ladder: Yates fighting to establish himself on MMA circuit

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Andrew Yates entered Riverton, Wyo. as an undeniable underdog. A 19-year-old mixed martial arts fighter from Fruita, Yates was in the main event fight against Riverton’s hometown hero Orlando Rodriguez on Dec. 12 at the Don’t ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 17, 2010

By Staff

Learning Works, a store that specializes in educational supplies and toys, left the basement at 546 Main St. for a new home. Learning Works owners Pat and Christy Prickett closed shop downtown after the holiday shopping season. Now, the store ...


Local Briefs, Jan.15, 2010

By Staff

Reservists’ send-off slated this morning The public send-off and procession of the deploying 282nd Army Engineer Co. reservists will likely tie up traffic for commuters this morning. The procession will begin around 8 a.m., traveling ...


Local donors raise thousands for Haiti relief

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Individual donations to Haiti relief efforts at the Western Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross reached $12,000 to $15,000, and officials said they hoped to double the amount during a phone-a-thon today. The Red Cross headquarters at ...


Police policy violations found, report says

By Paul Shockley

During the last four months of 2009, the Grand Junction Police Department found policy violations in four cases involving either citizen complaints or internal investigations, according to department records. A report provided to The Daily ...


Religion Briefs: Jan. 16, 2010

By Staff

Galapagos presentation at Unity Church Unity Church will host “An Evening at the Galapagos Islands” at 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at 3205 N. 12th St. Archeologist John Slay will present a slide show of his trip to the islands last summer. A ...


Your Town, Jan. 17, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Normally the drive to work each day is quite uneventful — red light here, merge there, turn here — all while blasting the heater in an effort to warm my frozen fingers and toes. Last Friday morning was an exception. Sure, it was ...


Local Briefs, Jan. 16, 2010

By Staff

Mesa County Coffee set for De Beque The next Mesa County Coffee event will be from 9 to 10 a.m.  Jan. 22 at theDe Beque Community Center in De Beque. County Commissioners Janet Rowland and Craig Meis, Assessor Barbara Brewer, Clerk and ...


Mesa State to mark King’s legacy with two days of events

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Martin Luther King Jr.‘s legacy will be remembered today and Monday on the Mesa State College campus. John Paul Dickey, the grandson of Josephine Dickey, the first black schoolteacher in the Grand Valley, will speak today at 2 p.m. in ...


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