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Events set to salute our veterans

By Staff

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 2830 Riverside Parkway in Grand Junction. At 10 ...


John Hickenlooper

Guv plays footsie
 with boisterous
 presidential race

By Gabrielle Porter

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 Clothing. Gov. John Hickenlooper, who according to ...


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Plateau Valley’s diverse grads 
come together in achievement

By Gabrielle Porter

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 fit in all the activities she wanted to do in her ...


Biz Buzz: May 29, 2016

By Staff

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 customers, Allison Blevins wrote that several ...


Events set
 to salute 
our veterans

By Staff

Memorial Day ceremonies are scheduled at a number of Grand Valley sites today. Some of them include: ■ Ceremonies will be at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado, at 2830 Riverside Parkway in Grand Junction. At 10 a.m., ...


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John Hickenlooper, and why he is who he is

By Charles Ashby

Giddy up. Those are the final two words in Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s recently released book, “The Opposite of Woe.” Those two words also explain the title, which more completely also includes the words, “My ...


Expect wait at Arches

By Gabrielle Porter

People looking for a Memorial Day weekend getaway might want to scratch Arches National Park off the list — unless they find excruciatingly long waits in the car appealing, said a Utah parks superintendent. The popular park outside Moab ...


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Push on to protect Bears Ears

By Gary Harmon

Five tribes whose ancestors once hunted the canyon country of eastern Utah, who their descendants say still haunt those rocks, have joined forces with unlikely allies in urging a new national monument in Utah. The tribes are joined by ...


Traffic Alert, May 29, 2016

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City projects with travel restrictions ■ North Avenue Complete Streets Project ­— 12th Street to 23rd Street: Lane closures from 6 p.m. to 11 a.m. Monday ...


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Combat vet climber finds particular solace in Bears Ears

By Gary Harmon

When the American Alpine Club put out a call to its members for letters about the values in the proposed Bears Ears National Monument, 251 Coloradans wrote in. One of those Coloradans, Scott Partan of Avon, said he found comfort on the sheer ...


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