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Colorado GOP, Dems eager to predict presidential race

By Charles Ashby

It doesn’t matter who the Republican Party’s presidential candidate is, Colorado GOP Chairman Ryan Call said Thursday. Whoever it is will beat Democratic President Barack Obama, he said. “Really, this upcoming election is ...

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WWII bomber flies in for Rifle air show

By Amy Hamilton

Sharp-eyed folks scanning the skies Thursday afternoon in Parachute would have noticed a noisy but sturdy aircraft circle town, point its nose east and head back toward Rifle. If someone was equipped with a telescope, they might have been ...

Mesa State to host farmers markets

By Staff

The Mesa State College Wellness Team will host farmers markets from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Friday through Sept. 9, beginning today. The markets will take place in the courtyard west of the College Center. The market will focus on a ...

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Lochmiller cast as predator, victim in opening arguments at trial

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DENVER — Philip Rand Lochmiller preyed on the hopes of his investors as he operated Valley Investments in Grand Junction like a private bank for himself and his family, prosecutors told a federal jury Wednesday. Hardly so, countered ...

Hickenlooper fires casino panel over cut in gaming tax

By Charles Ashby

Saying he didn’t care for its reduction of the state’s gaming tax, Gov. John Hickenlooper fired the five-member panel that oversees the state’s casinos Wednesday. In May, the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission ...

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Trail users stuck at water’s edge awhile

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Local and federal government agencies tasked with maintaining dozens of miles of riverside hiking and biking trails on the Western Slope face expensive repair bills this summer, as raging rivers swollen with snowmelt have washed out several ...

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Car plows into building on Ute

By Rachel Sauer

The first time it happened, Ron Scribner turned on the morning TV news and saw a car jutting from the front window of his business, Sentinel Printing Co., recalled his son, Ralph Scribner. “I said, ‘We need to put a rock ...

Group asks Grand Junction council to stand firmly behind TABOR

By Amy Hamilton

The head of a local chapter that advocates for limited government regulations but supports business asked Grand Junction City Council members Wednesday night to pass a resolution that supports the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Kelly Sloan, ...

BLM seeking public comment on proposed natural gas pipeline

By Staff

A company is proposing to build a 16-inch-diameter, 95-mile pipeline across northwestern Colorado and part of Utah to increase its ability to ship natural gas liquids from Wyoming and Colorado to Hobbs, N.M. The Bureau of Land Management is ...

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Hit-and-run suspect held in June crash

By Paul Shockley

The driver of a car that slammed into a pedestrian in June confided to another person that he didn’t stop because he’d been drinking alcohol, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Nathan Glenn O’Neil, 35, of Grand ...

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