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    Veterans Choice draws ire

    A small group of representatives from the area medical community collaborated Wednesday in an effort to untangle some of the barriers to health care faced by local military veterans. The...

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    Bill may return millions in royalties to NW Colo.

    A provision introduced into a defense authorization bill would send back millions of dollars to four northwest Colorado counties, money that has eluded them for years. The provision...

  • Getting It Right: May 25, 2016

    A story on Page 2A May 17 should have said there were 254 students who graduated from Central High School this year. ...

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    Man shot in Clifton; shooter at large

    The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a person who might have “critical information” about an early morning shooting outside a Clifton gas station that left a...

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    Sporting goods to be sold today at big discounts

    Sports Authority starts liquidating inventory today at the bankrupt retailer’s Mesa Mall location with discounts of as much as 30 percent expected storewide, a sales clerk working at...

  • Briefs, May 26, 2016

    City offices closing for Memorial Day City of Grand Junction offices will be closed on Monday, in observance of Memorial Day. There will be no city trash pick-up on Monday and the...

  • CMU’s new majors include study of wine

    Colorado Mesa University will offer the only viticulture and enology program in the state starting in the fall, providing western Colorado’s grape-growing and wine-producing...

  • Death notice, May 26, 2016

    ■ Jack A. Collier, 92, Grand Junction, died May 24, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Friday at Grand Valley Catholic Outreach. Inurnment...

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    Palisade Café 
reopens fresh, local

    Fine diners and locavores hungry for new frontiers are expected to flock to downtown Palisade for the latest generation of a town icon, where more locally grown food in flavorful...

  • Biz Briefcase: May 26, 2016

    Events in June for Young Professionals Mesa County Young Professionals will sponsor a variety of networking events in June. ■ Grab a delicious coffee or tea and meet young...

  • Biz Buzz: May 26, 2016

    A lawyer from Alaska who wants his 6-year-old son to grow up among the people of the Western Slope recently opened a new office at 457 S. Fifth St., one of two businesses to open at the...

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    Foul play eyed prior to toddler’s fatal abuse

    Three weeks before she was allegedly battered to death, 2-year-old Tobi Joan Doyle was examined in an emergency room because of an anonymous tip from a baby sitter who suspected the toddler...



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  • After focus on social issues, Pence facing tough re-election

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence smiled for the TV cameras this month as a technology company announced plans to hire hundreds of new workers and add its name to the tallest tower in the Indianapolis skyline. Then the celebratory news conference took an awkward turn.

  • Obama ready to face historic, haunted ground of Hiroshima

    HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Convinced that the time for this moment is right at last, President Barack Obama on Friday will become the first American president to confront the historic and haunted ground of Hiroshima.

  • Video of testimony in Clinton email lawsuit ordered sealed

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Recordings of upcoming testimony by an aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are to be kept under seal over concerns the video might be used against the Democratic presidential front-runner.

  • Obama: Allies 'rattled' by Trump; Trump blasts Obama

    SHIMA, Japan (AP) — President Barack Obama said Thursday that foreign leaders are "rattled" by Donald Trump and have good reason to feel that way, as he accused the presumptive Republican presidential nominee of ignorance about world affairs.

  • Republican hopes to unseat Senate's longest-serving member

    MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Republican Scott Milne made it official Thursday: He's looking to unseat the U.S. Senate's longest-serving member, Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy.

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