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First shot at championship talk of the town in Olathe

By Staff

OLATHE — Barbara Kaylor and Lora Mumm could not contain their excitement. Kaylor and Mumm joined three other Olathe High School football players’ mothers earlier this week setting up a temporary stand in the Bank of Colorado ...


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State closes liquor store for 3 days

By Amy Hamilton

Shuttered windows and doors at Andy’s Liquor Mart turned away some folks who stopped to buy booze Friday during the long holiday weekend. The store at 922 N. First St. reopens Monday, owner Darlene Stoner said, after a mandatory, ...


Glenwood going for 1st title since 1980 championship

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Hair stylist Hisela Gutierrez comes from Mexico, where soccer, rather than football, reigns supreme. But football is getting her attention, between all the chatter from her customers recently and the Demon-red ...


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Demand for assistance surges, but call being answered

By Staff

The number of families in Mesa County seeking public food assistance has surged this year after several years of steady decline, according to public statistics and local nonprofits. A total of 3,559 households received food stamps in October ...


Education building at Mesa State College to be most energy-efficient building

By Staff

The new business and teacher education building at Mesa State College will be the most energy-efficient building on the Western Slope within the next year, according to Xcel Energy. At the time of the building’s design, Xcel ...


Business loop bus stop gets makeover

By Staff

The bus stop at Interstate 70 Business Loop and 32 Road is getting some pedestrian-friendly improvements and some repairs because of damage incurred by semitrailers using the stop as a turnaround. The projected cost is $310,502, of which ...


Crews prepare to ‘kill’ spewing gas well

By Dennis Webb

SILT — Response crews made preparations Wednesday in hopes of being able to act today to “kill” a well that’s spewing natural gas southwest of Silt. Jon Black, the local operations manager with Antero Resources, said ...


Affidavit: Bank teller admits embezzling thousands

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction bank teller admitted to embezzling more than $24,000 in the past year to cover “essential” living expenses, such as food, utilities, insurance, vehicle repairs and help for her daughter, according to an arrest ...


Weather shift forces halt to search for missing woman

By Dennis Webb

A turn in the weather forced search aircraft to end their work before the end of daylight Wednesday and could jeopardize Thanksgiving Day efforts to find a New Castle woman last seen in Utah a week and a half ago. Emery County Sheriff Lamar ...


Second massage parlor worker arrested in Illinois

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A second employee of Fuji Oriental Therapy Massage has been arrested in connection with a prostitution investigation of massage parlors across the Grand Valley. Grand Junction police on Wednesday announced Suk Young Yu, 52, was arrested ...


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