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Colorado low-income families take beating on paying for college

By Staff

Low-income Colorado families are committing nearly half of their incomes to pay for their children’s college education, even with financial aid packages, according to a national higher-education report. A biennial study, ...


KERRY YOUNGBLOOD 12-4

Community college gives high honor to one of its main architects

By Staff

The Kerry Youngblood who walked into a room full of his friends Wednesday is a musician, a devoted father and a welder. But it was Dr. Youngblood, the educator who helped create what is now Western Colorado Community College, for whom the ...


Thanks to city, it’s again showtime at the Avalon

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The lights didn’t stay dim at the Avalon Theatre for long. Less than a month after the financially troubled nonprofit Cinema at the Avalon folded, cutting off a five-year run of nearly daily showings of independent and foreign films, ...


Spate of drug, alcohol deaths worrying trend

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Alcohol and drug abuse played significant roles in seven of the deaths investigated by the Mesa County Coroner’s Office during Thanksgiving week, a spate of deaths that struck forensic pathologist Rob Kurtzman as a toll worth ...


Plea bargain reached in shooting of state trooper

By Dennis Webb

Trial notes taken by another defendant have led to a plea bargain agreement involving the last person still being prosecuted in connection with the shooting of state trooper Brian Koch two years ago near Silt. Cori Graham is scheduled to be ...


Utah detectives to continue search for New Castle woman

By Dennis Webb

Utah detectives left for Colorado Tuesday with plans to interview family and acquaintances of a missing New Castle woman, while a sheriff expected to cut back search efforts for her southwest of Green River. Emery County Sheriff Lamar Guymon ...


Agencies haven’t cleared air about well blowout, pollution activists say

By Dennis Webb

Amid concerns of activists about air pollution from a recent natural gas well blowout near Silt, two state agencies are pointing fingers at each other about which has regulatory authority over the matter. Colorado clean-air advocate Jeremy ...


Permit denial for club appealed

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A second rejection of a conditional-use permit for a proposed strip club in Grand Junction brought a second appeal Tuesday, with a representative for the would-be club owner arguing the Planning Commission offered no evidence to support its ...


BLM begins process to revise GJ area plan

By Staff

Lynn Ensley wants to see federal land designated for recreational shooting preserved for that use when the Bureau of Land Management revises its management plan. Ensley shared his thoughts Tuesday night during a meeting in Grand Junction in ...


INAUGURATION STUDENTS V

Students plan to see big event

By Staff

Cheryl DuCray wants her students to experience events rather than read about them as history in a textbook. Seven high school students at the Quest Academy in Clifton will have the opportunity to do just that when they attend the presidential ...


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