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Excerpts from Donald Trump’s campaign stop in Grand Junction

By Gretel Daugherty

Excerpts from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign stop in Grand Junction.  ...

3 in running for district judge

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper will have a second opportunity this year to name a new judge to the Mesa County District Court bench. When he does that, he might recognize at least two of the three names recommended by the 21st Judicial District ...


Trump goes on the attack

By Charles Ashby

Arriving at a West Star Aviation hangar at Grand Junction Regional Airport to the theme song of the Harrison Ford movie, “Air Force One,” Donald Trump gave supporters plenty of red meat to chew on Tuesday while also proposing a ...

Supporters see Trump as an agent of change

By Staff

Monday night, John Martin sat down to write a letter. He felt that he had to, that there were things he needed to say. “Mr. Trump,” he wrote. “We have become a nation of people that don’t know how to win. We have ...


Trump protesters vocal and passionate

By Erin McIntyre

Only one person was arrested at Donald Trump’s rally Tuesday in Grand Junction, though dozens of protesters were stationed outside the hangar where the candidate spoke and at least four people were removed from the rally. Sloan Tucker, ...

Parachute voters will decide fate 
of retail pot

By Dennis Webb

Pam Jarrett says that all she’s ever wanted when it comes to allowing the retail marijuana industry into Parachute is for residents to get to decide whether that’s something they want in town. This fall, she’ll get her way, ...

Watch mailbox: Ballots sent out today, clerk says

By Charles Ashby

Ballots for this year’s general election go into the mail today, so voters should expect to get them within a day or two, Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner said. If they don’t show up in mailboxes by the following Monday, though, ...

Clifton acreage emblematic of Tipton-Schwartz public lands scrap

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County has its eye on 28 acres of adobe lands south of Interstate 70 that officials hope can be turned into a business park, providing an economic boost to the Clifton area. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation acquired the property more than ...


Gail Schwartz hopes 
to unseat incumbent

By Charles Ashby

Gail Sheridan Schwartz is used to being the underdog. In her first three political campaigns — her only political campaigns — the former Western Slope state senator won by slim margins. The Crested Butte Democrat isn’t ...


Scott Tipton is seeking 
fourth term in Congress

By Gary Harmon

A measure backed by U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., aimed at directing money from the sales of federal land to education and recreation, has become a flash point in Tipton’s bid for a fourth term. Gail Schwartz, a Democrat and former ...

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