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Roger Vigil, 74, didn't take his medication and hasn't filled prescriptions since he was last seen around 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 at his home in Loma, sheriff's spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said...He was last seen wearing a brown leather jacket, black
Boise State Dash Thomas Memorial At BanBury GC, par 71 Final round Team standings: 1...Individual results (top finishers and Sacramento State only): 1...Washington State Cougar Cup At Palouse Ridge GC, par 71 Final round Team standings: 1...
Roger Alfonso Vigil, 74, was last seen around 10:30 p.m. wearing black jeans, a gray T-shirt, a baseball hat and glasses. He is described as Hispanic, 5-foot-5 and weighing 135 pounds. Anyone with information about Vigil's whereabouts should call 911.
Otay Tournament First round Cathedral Catholic 4, Newport Harbor 0...San Pasqual stats--Goals: Adams 1, Graves 1, Gutierrez 1, Homan 1...San Pasqual stats--Goals: Gutierrez 2, Homan 3, Ray 1, Watson 1, Wolfe 1...Valley Center Tournament First round
Tonight, TLC gives us this year's second and final Extreme Cougar Wives special, which introduces us to 70-year-old Loma, who loves younger men because they're so fun and energetic. Sure, some of her statements could've been worded more carefully:
Injuries non-threatening' for driver in Loma accident Monday, July 1, 2013 The driver of a pickup which collided with a Kenworth trailer this morning near Loma was hospitalized with serious, but non life-threatening injuries, according to the
Survivors include his wife, Virginia of Grand Junction; one son, Frank of Silverthorne; and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions to the Colorado State Veterans Home at Rifle, 851 East 5th Street, Rifle 81650...Costin , 81, Grand Junction, died
Previous women's record for completing the Kokopelli Trail was 15 hours and 3 minutes, set by pro mountain bike racer Lynda Wallenfels. The 44-year-old endurance athlete and Ketchum firefighter contended with a dislocated finger, little
Santa Clara County prosecutors are dropping all charges against a private contractor accused of accidentally causing the 2008 Summit wildfire, ending a four-year ordeal that ruined the man's business and wiped out his entire savings. The decision not
Run an event for over 30 years and it's only natural that it might be much of the same year after year. But that certainly hasn't been the case for the Day At The Docks, celebrating its 34th anniversary Sunday as the most successful waterfront