Each spring, the School District 51 superintendent honors graduating high school seniors who have achieved a 4.0 cumulative GPA or better over the course of their four years in high school. This program was designed to recognize the outstanding students in School District 51. This year, 144 students will be recognized for achieving such an honor.
The keynote speaker for this year’s luncheon was Tor Hayward, founder, president, and CEO of Major Mortgage, and a graduate of Fruita Monument High School. Each student who achieved this significant honor received a plaque at the luncheon.
Michael Blagg was ordered held without bail Monday before a second murder trial in his wife’s death.
When it comes to road construction, sometimes the goal of the city of Grand … more
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A cooperative entity is looking to continue its … more
DENVER — A bill designed to help the most economically distressed regions … more
Legislation that would postpone any listing of the greater sage-grouse under the … more
After an abnormally warm and dry January, February and March, the first half of … more
Enjoy video highlights from last year’s games.
Montrose’s Black Canyon Jet Center rated at the top in region.
Read our four-day series examining school lunches in District 51.
Rain, cold make winning Maverick Classic more rewarding.
CMU spring sports open full throttle, prep tennis and lacrosse busy this week.
ShareFest cleanup, District 51 lunch dilemma, Hot Tomato’s Perfect Day.
After an abnormally warm and dry January, February and March, the first half of April followed … more
Today at its annual Salute to Staff, School District 51 will recognize 49 employees who have … more
Man kills self during chase … more
DENVER — The Colorado House on Monday approved a proposed measure to this year’s … more
The Mesa County Coroner’s Office on Monday said Joshua Chasteen, 27, of Fruita, was the man … more
■ Janet Ann Craft, 88, Grand Junction, died April 25, 2015, at her home. … more
Our hunting heritage is under attack by the BLM Our hunting Heritage is under attack by the BLM. … more
Deliver us from the hypocrisy of attempting to sound reasonable while being … more
The official mission of Special Olympics is to give children and adults with intellectual … more
Many people in this area have been to Nepal and experienced the hospitality of the Nepali people. … more
It took seven months, but Shaw Construction finally got “the professional courtesy of a … more
Now is the time to give back to Nepali people and help with donations Many people in this area … more
RMAC Tournament … more
Moffat County Invitational … more
RMAC Tournament … more
Girls … more
Are you ready for some football? … more
Girls Golf … more
GPA: 4.38 … more
Editor’s note: This is the first of two columns on Ann Bassett Willis. … more
■ Local P.E.O. Chapter CY awarded Jennifer Boisvert a Helen Rump Memorial Scholarship and … more
All meals served with 1 percent milk: … more
April 26 … more
Here are results of recent bridge games: … more
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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Katie Medley was nine months pregnant, so she picked a seat near the exit door, just in case she went into labor when her husband and a friend took her to see the premiere of a Batman film nearly three years ago.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The death penalty trial for Colorado theater shooter James Holmes entered its second day Tuesday. Here's a look at where things stand:
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — 9:05 a.m. MDT
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Opening arguments in the Colorado theater shooting trial revealed a torrent of new details about James Holmes and the 2012 attack that killed 12 and injured 70. The judge had ordered attorneys not to talk about many details until the trial started. So instead of a rehash of what everyone already knew, the first day of the trial was full of revelations:
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Two versions of the unstable mind of James Holmes were presented to a jury Monday as lawyers revealed many more details about his conversion from a promising grad student to a gunman capable of opening fire on hundreds of unsuspecting moviegoers at a "Batman" premiere.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Jeb Bush confronted one of the Republican Party's touchiest debates head-on Tuesday, telling Puerto Ricans that conservatives should be proud that America is "an immigrant nation" and value the contribution immigrants make to the country.
BALTIMORE (AP) — National Guardsmen took up positions across the city and hundreds of volunteers swept broken glass and other debris from the streets Tuesday, the morning after riots erupted following the funeral of a black man who died in police custody.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Urging Americans to "do some soul-searching," President Barack Obama expressed deep frustration Tuesday over recurring black deaths at the hands of police, rioters responding with senseless violence and a society that will only "feign concern" without addressing the root causes.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pivotal Justice Anthony Kennedy, whose vote could decide the same-sex marriage issue for the nation, did not tip his hand Tuesday in historic arguments at the Supreme Court. But Kennedy's record on the issue could give encouragement to gay and lesbian couples.