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  • Sheriff: 2 held in ongoing Pear Park shooting case

    The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said two people were in custody with suspected ties to a shooting in a Pear Park neighborhood on Sunday afternoon. Deputies found shell casings from...

  • Campaign launched for pot tax to fund schools

    The campaign effort to get Coloradans to approve the only statewide measure on this year’s ballot went live last week, and the man behind it is hoping voters take the time to...

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    Searches for lost mine stirred up deadly conflicts

    Missing mines, such as the famous Lost Dutchman Mine in Arizona, are part of the lore of the West. One such mine was discovered and lost in southeastern Utah or northeastern Arizona....

  • Speaker touts GJ health care

    An award-winning journalist who thinks Grand Junction has one of the best health care systems in the United States is bringing his message to the Avalon Theatre next month. T.J. Reid, a...

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    City ‘dresses up’ North Avenue

    Grand Junction’s revamp of North Avenue inched forward Sunday with landscaping boulders, gravel and plants. Shutting down traffic lanes most of the day, some 29 workers with the...

  • $14 million case for sinking soil under houses

    Homeowners at a golf course subdivision south of Glenwood Springs are waiting to see if a judge upholds jury and arbitrator awards topping $14 million involving defects related to the...

  • Death Notice, Aug. 31, 2015

    ■ Duane Antiel, 58, Grand Junction, died Aug. 28, 2015, at his home. Services are pending with Brown’s Cremation and Funeral Service. Survivors include his son, Keith Hubbs of...

  • Blotter, Aug. 31, 2015

    More bogus cash reports Grand Junction police were called Thursday after staff at Taco Bell, 850 North Ave., found two counterfeit $5 bills that had been passed, according to a report....

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    Workforce center pays wages during 
on-the-job training for new employees

    The Mesa County Workforce Center is urging local businesses this month to take advantage of federal programs that can reduce the cost of training new employees by thousands of dollars. The...

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    A place to call home: Congregations transforms old bank into church

    After 55 years as a nomadic congregation, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Grand Valley finally has a place of its own. What was once a credit union and then library...

  • Biz Buzz, Aug. 30, 2015

    Opa’s Restaurant, 440 Main St. in Delta, is Angela Lindberg‘s tribute to her grandfather. His favorite recipes for authentic German dishes highlight a menu that includes...



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    ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — Kanye West for 2020? The White House says it is anticipating the rapper's potential bid for president.

  • Alaska-bound, Obama renames America's tallest peak

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Ahead of a historic trip to the Arctic, President Barack Obama erased a former Republican president's name from North America's tallest peak in a move applauded in Alaska and derided more than 3,000 miles away in Ohio. More contentious matters concerning climate change and Arctic drilling awaited.

  • Initial Common Core goals unfulfilled as results trickle in

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Results for some of the states that participated in Common Core-aligned testing for the first time this spring are out, with overall scores higher than expected, though still below what many parents may be accustomed to seeing.

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    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Results for some of the states that participated in Common Core-aligned testing for the first time this spring are out, with overall scores higher than expected. But they are still below what many parents may be accustomed to seeing.

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