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    Firefighters ‘fill the boot’ campaign helps those with muscular dystrophy

    In small font, barely visible unless a Grand Junction Fire Department truck is stopped, the phrase “taking care of people and property” is painted. In most instances, ensuring...

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    High-five for the Hive Five

    A high school graduation requirement turned into a labor of love for the members of Hive Five. As part of the International Baccalaureate diploma program offered through Palisade High...

  • Blotter, May 30, 2016

    Winds fuel brush fire Multiple agencies were called in Sunday afternoon, including a helicopter from Rifle, to fight what turned about to be a four-acre brush fire in the 1500 block of...

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    Rolling tribute honors veterans

    Not everyone who serves their country is hailed as a hero. Orchard Mesa resident Dick McIntyre aims to change that. For about seven years, McIntyre labored over his 1965 Chevy C10 short...

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    Racist meme posted by hacker on Facebook, Delta Republicans say

    An overtly racist Internet meme — comparing President Barack Obama to 1950s movie chimpanzee Bonzo — that appeared to be shared on the personal Facebook page of the chairwoman...

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    JUCO players, Hollywood star cross paths - in GJ

    Jacob Means went in for a tuna fish sandwich and came out with a celebrity selfie. On Saturday night, Means was one of seven baseball players from Cowley College (Kansas) who made a...

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    Monument Road location for retail shops

    What started out as a movie theater and later became a gym and dance studio will soon be transformed by a local contractor into a suite of modern-looking retail shops with a lot of...

  • Events set to salute our veterans

    Memorial Day ceremonies will be held at a number of Grand Valley sites on Monday. Some of them include: - Ceremonies will be held at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado, at...

  • John Hickenlooper

    Guv plays footsie
 with boisterous
 presidential race

    Grand Junction got a nod from Colorado’s governor this week when the Democrat said his novelty socks featuring Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump hailed from Main Street boutique Pollux...

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    Plateau Valley’s diverse grads 
come together in achievement

    The 17 graduating seniors of Plateau Valley High School might have close bonds, but they are often un-alike. Co-Salutatorian Dakotah Matarozzo said her biggest struggle was finding time to...

  • Biz Buzz: May 29, 2016

    Unable to find a buyer, the owners of Tangle announced last week that the popular yarn and knitting store at 525 Main St. in downtown Grand Junction will close this summer. In a letter to...

  • Green Shoots, May 29, 2016

    Jump-Start Program providing a lift Forensic investigation and technology development company TSW Analytical, biodegradable plastics company Colorado Clean and software company ProStar...



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    BERLIN (AP) — Germany says it will provide at least 100 million euros ($112 million) to help the country's milk producers who have been suffering from falling prices.

  • STORY REMOVED: BC-EU--Britain-Hawking-Trump

    LONDON (AP) — The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about Stephen Hawking's comments on Donald Trump, which were embargoed for 7:01 p.m. EDT (2301 GMT). Hawking also did not make the comments in the ITV morning show that was broadcast Monday — the comments were taped to be shown at a later date.

  • Mexican soccer player Alan Pulido rescued after kidnapping

    CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico (AP) — Mexican authorities rescued kidnapped soccer player Alan Pulido after he was able to dial an emergency phone number and alert authorities to his location, a state prosecutor said Monday.

  • Saudi human rights activist sentenced to 8 years in prison

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A court in Saudi Arabia sentenced a member of an independent human rights organization to eight years in prison in the latest guilty verdict to be issued against the group's members, rights group Amnesty International said.


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