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Palisade voters to have say on broadband

By Amy Hamilton

Palisade residents will have the chance to vote on a future that could include better broadband service. Town trustees this week agreed to place a measure on the municipal ballot asking voters whether they want to override Senate Bill 152. ...


Court rejects appeal for outfitter in Meeker who led illegal hunts

By Charles Ashby

A Meeker man convicted in 2013 for conducting several illegal hunts over numerous years lost his appeal before a federal court earlier this week. Dennis Eugene Rodenbaugh, 73, was convicted after a six-year investigation by Colorado Parks and ...


Downtown Development Authority narrows director candidates to 3

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s Downtown Development Authority has secured three finalists, whittled down from a field of 39 candidates, for the agency’s top job. The finalists for the executive director position include Jon Maraschin, who is ...


Nov. 5 hearing set for parents of slain infant

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A judge on Thursday set a Nov. 5 preliminary hearing in the cases of a Parachute couple charged in connection with their infant daughter. Meanwhile, Kathy Goudy, the attorney for Phyllis Wyatt, indicated the ...


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Prosecutor: Suspect was intent on murdering man

By Paul Shockley

Lee McDonald paused, got two knives and stabbed a man 31 times, leaving a bloody trail across two blocks last summer in an Orchard Mesa neighborhood, a Mesa County prosecutor told a jury Thursday. Deputy District Attorney Jennifer Springer ...


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Center’s driving force recruited for new job

By Gary Harmon

Teresa Coons, who has headed the John McConnell Math and Science Center for seven years, is moving on to a Denver-based program dedicated to helping teachers improve their skills in science, technology, engineering and ...


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Two donors hope their gifts lead to center’s eventual move to Fruita

By Gary Harmon

Two donors are ponying up $50,000 a year for five years in hopes of accelerating the construction of a new math and science center in Fruita. The science she learned in college “changed how I viewed the world,” said Nadine ...


Math and Science center’s driving force recruited for new job

By Gary Harmon

Teresa Coons, who has headed the John McConnell Math and Science Center for seven years, is moving on to a Denver-based program dedicated to helping teachers improve their skills in science, technology, engineering and ...


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Prosecutor: Suspect was intent on murdering man

By Paul Shockley

Lee McDonald paused, got two knives and stabbed a man 31 times, leaving a bloody trail across two blocks last summer in an Orchard Mesa neighborhood, a Mesa County prosecutor told a jury Wednesday. Deputy District Attorney Jennifer Springer ...


Court rejects appeal for outfitter in Meeker who led illegal hunts

By Charles Ashby

A Meeker man convicted in 2013 for conducting several illegal hunts over numerous years lost his appeal before a federal court earlier this week. Dennis Eugene Rodenbaugh, 73, was convicted after a six-year investigation by Colorado Parks and ...


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