Teacher David Hassler leads students down Aspen Avenue to Shelledy Elementary School Wednesday morning during the annual National Bike To School Day.
In Fruita, students gathered at the Civic Center Park to ride as a group with their teachers and parents.
Bookcliff Middle School also participated in this event. Nationwide, more than 2,200 schools registered to participate at www.walkbiketoschool.org.
If you’re an owner of any of the roughly 88,000 properties subject to property tax in Mesa County, you’ve likely received a valuation in the mail by now.
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Marillac Clinic to expand, Star Wars fun at library, rainy bike ride to school.
Many enjoyed this popular downtown festival.
Read our four-day series examining school lunches in District 51.
Teams raise money and walk in support of those with MS.
Harley and his best person keep good company.
Officials consider excluding Las Colonias Park from cuckoo habitat.
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Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn ruled Monday that Lester Jones should stand trial on all … more
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Garfield County officials said Monday the Bureau of Land Management is considering even-stricter … more
Trans Pacific Partnership should not be kept a secret from Americans Should America enter into … more
As citizens, nothing is more frustrating than hearing politicians run for office saying one thing … more
The regular session of Colorado’s Legislature legally ends at midnight tonight. Good … more
Imagine a middle manager bucking for a raise by pointing out to his boss all the great ideas he … more
We should all be concerned with income inequality Adam Smith (Scottish moral philosopher and … more
“Eating is an agricultural act.” … more
Losing is never fun. … more
Strange things happen in conference tournaments, and no one knows that better than Chris Hanks. … more
The Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team battled, but they were a little … more
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Concussions are now top of mind, but there is a down side to all the attention on the trauma, said … more
The family that had come to Rev. Blaine Scott for counseling was having difficulty coaxing … more
Roger Teel has pastored for more than 20 years at Mile Hi Church in Lakewood and before that … more
The Mesa County 4-H Council’s annual Spring Gather Open Ranch Horse Show & Clinic is … more
Here are results of recent bridge games: … more
Here are the April 30 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: first place, Dolores Fread, … more
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DENVER (AP) — A video showing workers at a Colorado pig farm hitting animals with cans and boards prompted the firings of seven employees, but authorities said Wednesday no criminal charges will be filed.
DENVER (AP) — Arizona catcher Jordan Pacheco saw the spin on the breaking pitch and drove it to the deepest part of the hallway. He roared at his long home run.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A judge determined Tuesday that a Colorado woman charged with cutting an unborn baby from a stranger's womb will stand trial in a case that has reignited the debate on the legal rights of fetuses.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — A newlywed woman who was wounded in the Colorado theater massacre testified Tuesday that when the shooting began, she told her husband she loved him because she feared they wouldn't survive.
DENVER (AP) — Arizona manager Chip Hale gave his team a pep talk about its recent hitting woes. He'll have to wait a day to see if it did any good.
NEW YORK (AP) — The attempted attack on a provocative cartoon contest in Texas appears to reflect a scenario that has long troubled national security officials: A do-it-yourself terror plot, inspired by the Islamic State extremist group and facilitated through the ease of social media.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's mayor was emphatic last week: She did not want federal oversight of her police department.
GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (AP) — It was with more hope than accuracy that the founder of this Orange County city picked the name Garden Grove in 1874 for what was little more than an open plain under the sweltering Southern California sun.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man told investigators he used a 9mm Glock handgun hidden in his coat pocket to shoot and kill an Idaho police officer because he feared the officer would find the weapon, according to court documents released Wednesday.
DALLAS (AP) — As a member of what he called "the people's house" for more than a generation, Texas Democrat Jim Wright was known for his rich oratorical skills in the U.S. House. He never relied on them more than the day in 1989 when he told those who had elected him speaker that he was prepared to resign after being accused of violating ethics rules dozens of times.