GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado man has drowned after falling off a paddleboard on a Grand Mesa lake. The Daily Sentinel reports 44-year-old Larry Smith Jr. fell into Eggleston Lake on Tuesday evening. Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee says the lake is still extremely cold, but that he doesn’t know if temperature was a...
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- Man falls off paddleboard and drowns
By Associated Press - Friday Jun 30, 2017
- Cal’s Justin Wilcox, an Oregon alum, returns to take on Ducks
By Rusty Simmons - Wednesday Sep 27, 2017
Justin Wilcox was born in Eugene, Ore., grew up about a 20-minute drive north in Junction City, and was a ball boy at the University of Oregon before playing defensive back for the Ducks. Recognizing that he’d be a popular story line this week, leading up to his first trip home as the head coach at Cal, Wilcox did his best to steer the attention back to those who will be playing in Saturday night’s game. “I know you want to make it a bigger story than that,” Wilcox joked. “I guess I could make something up, if that would help. But, no, it’s not about (me). It’s Cal versus Oregon. We all approach it that way. I know that might not make the best answer for you, but that’s just what it is.
- Man pleads guilty to hiding woman’s body in suitcase after she OD’d
By Associated Press - Friday Jul 21, 2017
SALT LAKE CITY — A man accused of cutting up the body of a Colorado woman and hiding her remains in a suitcase after she overdosed on drugs in Utah has pleaded guilty to charges in the case. The Deseret News reports 50-year-old Raymond Cordova, of Grand Junction, Colorado, pleaded guilty in Utah this week...
- Trucks that sell bulk meat in parking lots may head to NY
By Lisa Fickenscher - Saturday Sep 30, 2017
Zaycon Fresh, a meat seller that skips stores to sell its discounted steaks and pork chops directly out of trailer trucks, is eyeing the New York area — and says it’s close to raising $50 million to make it happen. The Spokane, Wash.-based outfit typically asks its mostly suburban and rural customers to meet its...
- Business News Roundup, Aug. 15
By Chronicle News Services - Monday Aug 14, 2017
Target is buying a San Francisco company as one of the moves it announced Monday to shore up two key areas: groceries and delivery.The retailer is buying delivery logistics company Grand Junction for an undisclosed price to help with same-day delivery to in-store shoppers.Grand Junction software connects retailers with about 700 companies that pick up items from stores or distribution centers and take them to customers.Target and Walmart have adjusted their shipping programs as they try to lure online shoppers away from Amazon.Music service Pandora has named Roger Lynch, the head of Dish’s streaming video service, as its CEO as it wrestles with competition from Spotify and other newer music apps.The Oakland company said Monday that Lynch, who starts Sept. 18, is the right leader because he has worked with media companies on new distribution models.The Finland firm is planning an initial public offering as early as next month that could value the maker of the “Angry Birds” mobile games and movie at about $2 billion, said people familiar with the matter.The company could raise about $400 million from a local market listing, the people said, asking not to be identified as the details aren’t public.A listing would test investors’ appetite for entertainment software, a group whose shares have declined an average of 18 percent from their offer prices following IPOs this year.King Digital Entertainment, the creator of “Candy Crush,” was acquired for a 20 percent discount to its IPO price in 2015 amid revenue declines.[...] Netmarble Games Corp., the maker of the “Lineage” and “Stone Age” mobile games — and South Korea’s biggest listing in seven years — has declined 17 percent since its shares started trading in May.
- On Washington: Paul Ryan Puts It All on the Line in Tax Fight
By CARL HULSE - Sunday Nov 5, 2017
For the longtime budget and tax wonk, and for the Republicans he leads in the House, the tax proposal is a big opportunity. It is also a big risk.