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Inversion leaves Grand Junction in a haze

By Staff

The Grand Valley has been under a polluted cloak of air since Sunday. A temperature inversion — created when cold air is trapped at the earth’s surface by warmer air — has settled in and could be staying for several ...


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OUT: OUTside Connection December 31, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Winter brings with it many beauties, with the accompanying irony that much of the beauty is swathed in danger. New snow lures recreationists of all sorts, from skiers to boarders to snowmobile riders. But Colorado’s early season ...


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Trio of groomers keep cross-country skiers happy on Grand Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

Early in the winter, before the snows pile up, it takes a tip-toe stretch to reach the donation box at the County Line Nordic ski area on Grand Mesa. Reed Hunker stretched far enough to pick out one of white envelopes and immediately turned ...


‘TIME FOR HIM TO GO,’ GRAND JUNCTION FANS SAY

By Staff

The Denver Broncos’ decision Tuesday to can head coach Mike Shanahan after 14 seasons was just what the team needed, local sports fans said shortly after the announcement. Aaron Gracie of Grand Junction said Shanahan’s firing has ...


Man still sought in robbery of credit union

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Paul Clement was just trying to make a deposit at his bank Tuesday night when he nearly ran over a man with his car. “I just said to my girlfriend, ‘That looks like a bank robber,’ ” Clement said of a man in a ...


FD: Wine Column December 31, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Everyone made it through the Christmas party, even though there was the slight mishap with the punch bowl, which seemed to jump off the table on its own. The hostess remained gracious and good-natured, even after repeatedly mopping the sticky ...


Mobile Junction December 30, 2009

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Church lassoes wayward souls • The congregation is called “the watering hole.” The pews are patches of dirt, and appropriate dress might have mud or hay on it. The Round Pen Cowboy Church holds services every Sunday just ...


Briefs: Local Sports December 30, 2009

By Staff

College Basketball • The Dixie State College men’s basketball team muscled its way to a 71-59 victory over Mesa State on Monday in St. George, Utah. The Rebels (5-5) outscored Mesa State 34-20 in the paint and outrebounded ...


Delgado scores 18, but Mavs lose at free-throw line

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s basketball team may be ready for another break. Two days after returning from Christmas break, the Mavericks were worn out by two of the better Division II programs in the country in the Holiday Inn ...


Bresnan, Fox and CBS affiliates reach tentative fee agreement

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Fox and CBS affiliates have reached a deal with Bresnan Communications to allow local cable viewers to continue to watch their local news and entertainment shows. Shawn Beqaj, spokesman for Bresnan Communications, said ...


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