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Tea Party Express to make GJ stop

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The Tea Party Express, which kicked off a cross-country tour on Saturday in Searchlight, Nev., is to stop Wednesday in Grand Junction. Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate, kicked off the rolling protest, the third ...


Specialty tags upset some people

By Charles Ashby

Neither Gary Sherman nor Darlene Kobobel expected to get into a political fight in the Colorado Legislature. After all, both wanted state lawmakers to approve new specialty license plates for their pet causes. Sherman is an Aspen resident ...

Colorado, District 51 still hoping for share of reform funds

By Emily Shockley

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced Monday that the first round of Race to the Top grants would go to Delaware and Tennessee, but that doesn’t mean Colorado has given up hope for some education reform money. The state is ...

Carbondale couple safe after 2 nights in snow cave

By Dennis Webb

Two backcountry skiers spent two cold, wet nights in a snow cave after encountering whiteout conditions on the way to a hut near Aspen. The Carbondale couple eventually made it to their destination of the Goodwin-Green hut on Sunday, tired ...

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Whitewater sewer project under way

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Mesa County is prepared to embark on a multimillion dollar project that will provide sewer service to Whitewater, a community expected to evolve in the coming years from a rural hodgepodge of developments to an urban center for thousands of ...

Today expected to be windy, warmest of the year so far

By Amy Hamilton

If only for a day, it’s time to break out the shorts and sunscreen, as high temperatures in Grand Junction are expected to soar to 70 degrees today, making it the warmest day yet of the year. However, just when you thought it was safe ...

Bergman service Thursday

By Staff

A memorial service for longtime Mesa College baseball coach Walter “Bus” Bergman will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Robinson Theater at Mesa State College. Bergman coached baseball for 23 years and football for 16 at Mesa. He won ...

Grabe’s fate in jury’s hands

By Paul Shockley

The “why” in the slaying of 13-year-old Jacob Grabe isn’t important in deciding whether his killer was legally insane at the time, a prosecutor told jurors Tuesday. The defense, meanwhile, argued the “why” was ...

Most popular license is columbine

By Charles Ashby

Colorado motorists don’t suffer from a shortage of specialty license plates they can put on their cars or trucks. In fact, they have 69 of them. While the Colorado Legislature routinely considers new ones each year, their approval ...

Free Rx card can save those who qualify up to 20 percent

By Amy Hamilton

Prescription medications can be expensive if you don’t have insurance or are underinsured. All Mesa County residents who fall into these categories can receive an average of 20 percent off medications, thanks to a free prescription ...

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