Easter morning road race

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Racers take part in the Colorado Mesa University Maverick Classic Road Race on East Orchard Mesa Sunday morning.The men’s course is 96 miles, the women’s course 72 miles, running along a 24-mile loop that starts and finishes in Palisade.Riders go up East Orchard Mesa into Grand Junction before making their way back into Palisade.

Front Range wants dibs on river water

A coalition of Front Range water utilities is calling in a letter for assurance that a new transmountain diversion project will be a part of a state plan aimed at filling the anticipated future gap between demand and supply. That desire by the Front Range Water Council is unsettling others who question whether the Western Slope has any more water left to give.


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