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Construction began today on the First Street reconstruction project. Lane closures and lane shifts are now underway between North Avenue and Ouray Avenue. Access to all businesses will remain open.The project will be completed in July.

Work on tar sands project to restart

Service contractors have agreed to restart work on a tar sands project in eastern Utah in exchange for stock in the endeavor or deferral of payments.

  • Lifestyle
    Paint and repair

    TV repairman and artist Dave Long has a unique style of painting.

  • Video
    Kindness is Contagious

    High school students paint hands on mural to celebrate kindness.

  • Photo Gallery
    Sled Dogs on Mesa
    Sled dog Fields-tease

    Sled dog teams compete in the Grand Mesa Summit Challenge Feb. 4.

  • Photo Gallery
    Lions Club Parade
    Lions Club Parade tease photo

    Thousands packed Main Street for the Lions Club Parade.

  • Sports
    State wrestling

    See complete coverage of the Class 4A state wrestling tournament in Denver.

  • Photo Gallery
    Week in Sports

    Javelin thrower at GJHS, majestic eagle soars, grapplers prepare for state.



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