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Tiger girls have wealth of experience

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The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team wasn’t ready last season. With only three seniors on the roster, the Tigers had both a four-game winning streak and a nine-game losing streak last season. To say the least, Grand ...


Homegrown: Fall watering

By Dennis Hill

How late in the fall should I continue to water my lawn, and should I fertilize it now? Thank you. Both good questions! As fall comes on and the weather starts to cool, you want to start stretching out the time between waterings. This ...


As expected, bargain hunters are out in force

By Amy Hamilton

Thousands of shoppers who waited in the cold and darkness in front of Grand Junction’s larger retail stores during the early morning hours Friday snapped up deals and crossed gifts off their lists. You might be hard-pressed to find a ...


Season of hope begins for retailers

By Emily Shockley

Mike Chariton, owner of Planet Wines at 420 Main St., isn’t sure what to expect from customers this holiday season. But he suspects they’re tired of penny-pinching. “My hope is that after a year of belt-tightening and ...


Police Blotter, Nov. 28, 2009

By Staff

Man’s two dogs taken A man who lives in the 300 block of 29 5/8 Road found a note that said, “Your dogs are gone,” on his kitchen counter Thursday evening, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The man ...


High priests of climatism don’t want public light in their temple

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The term “manufacture consensus” wasn’t coined to mean what it apparently does in the grand debate on whether the Earth has, in Al Gore’s inimitable turn of phrase, “a fever.” No information has been made ...


Crooks’ attorney may ask to move trial

By Paul Shockley

An attorney for a former Grand Junction Police Department officer may seek to move the officer’s domestic violence trial away from Mesa County because of pretrial attention. Martha Kent, a private attorney who represents former officer ...


Republicans are positioned for a strong Colorado showing in 2010

By Rick Wagner

One thing political developments such as we’ve had over the last couple of weeks do is fill up my e-mail inbox. With the disorienting withdrawal of state Sen. Josh Penry from the gubernatorial campaign recently, my inbox runneth ...


Backpack caring

By Staff

In a nation where obesity is an epidemic, and most of us have an abundance of food, it’s hard to imagine that many people go hungry. That’s why a federal report earlier this month was so startling. It said that one in seven ...


Closing minds to save money

By Staff

In the middle of Colorado’s budget quagmire, state officials have been tossing out a multitude of ideas aimed at rescuing state finances from sinking in the recessionary quicksand. That’s good. The more ideas put forth, the more ...


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