St. Mary’s Hospital is closing its Life Center pool and gymnasium as the hospital moves to focus on medical and surgical care.
The Life Center, at 2686 Patterson Road, is subsidized by the rest of the hospital and is growing only more expensive as it ages, St. Mary’s spokeswoman Teri Cavanaugh said.
A Grand Junction man was sentenced to 110 years to life in a state prison Wednesday after a judge ruled that he was guilty of sexually assaulting an underage girl for a decade starting when she was 13.
The Bureau of Land Management hopes that three rules finalized this week will … more
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The Colorado Department of Transportation is aiming for a Saturday reopening of … more
A 20-year-old man already jailed in connection with burglaries at four Grand … more
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Riding the Old Spanish Trail, prep football, volleyball and soccer.
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Students build Lego robot, Fifth Street mural, FMHS veterinary science team.
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Thousands rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Scenes from the rally in Grand Junction for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
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■ Charles Edward Beauchamp, 76, Hotchkiss, died Oct. 16, 2016, at his home. … more
St. Mary’s Hospital is closing its Life Center pool and gymnasium as the hospital moves to … more
A Grand Junction man was sentenced to 110 years to life in a state prison Wednesday after a judge … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper will have a second opportunity this year to name a new judge to the Mesa … more
Austin Holzer’s childhood was one of family instability, being passed across the Continental … more
I am quite surprised and disappointed to read your editorial endorsing Gail Schwartz over Scott … more
President Obama is poised to use his power under the century-old Antiquities Act to designate a … more
Today marks the 40th anniversary of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, a law with an … more
It’s time for voters to do what the Legislature could not: decide whether Colorado’s … more
Mulder and Edwards will bring new approach to economic solutions One of our county … more
We haven’t always seen eye to eye with Rose Pugliese, but she’s proven to be an … more
Each week, Russ Martin gets a list of players and their various injuries and their status for … more
A talented group of teams came to Connected Lakes State Park in Delta to compete in the Class 4A … more
Delta High School softball coach Steve Reiher saw Lily Lockhart hit 10 home runs as a freshman. … more
Central High School softball coach Scott Else and the Warriors haven’t faced their … more
With less than one month remaining in the regular season, several area high school football teams … more
There were times Wednesday night when the Fruita Monument High School volleyball team worked with … more
Between the road roller and the cupola furnace, the electric pottery wheels and graffiti wall, … more
American presidents’ strange-ish hobbies: … more
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On Monday, Smithsonian Institution officials announced a Kickstarter campaign to raise $300,000 to … more
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DENVER (AP) — Government investigators said they are looking into allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of veterans waiting for health care that could conceal how long it takes to get an appointment, possibly broadening a nationwide scandal.
DENVER (AP) — Government investigators said Wednesday they are looking into allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of veterans waiting for health care that could conceal how long it takes to get an appointment, possibly broadening a nationwide scandal.
DENVER (AP) — Business owners are replacing idealists in the pot-legalization movement as the nascent marijuana industry creates a broad base of new donors, many of them entrepreneurs willing to spend to change drug policy.
WESTCLIFFE, Colo. (AP) — A wildfire in southern Colorado has destroyed five homes, and hundreds of people remain under evacuation orders, authorities said Tuesday.
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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Black Panthers emerged from this gritty Northern California city 50 years ago, declaring to a nation in turmoil a new party dedicated to defending African-Americans against police brutality and protecting the right of a downtrodden people to determine their own future.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — An anti-Muslim militia group in Kansas calling itself "The Crusaders" first came to the government's attention when one of its members, alarmed by the heightening talk of violence, contacted FBI agents and became a confidential source, prosecutors said.
BOSTON (AP) — "Fifty Shades of Grey," Puritan edition?
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Six years after New Jersey Transit won federal approval to install modern safety technology on its commuter rail lines, the project has languished and trains still operate with speed controls developed in the 1950s.
As Keith and Felicia Scott looked at the ruins of their flooded-out house in North Carolina, the mold growing up the walls and the loose floorboards lying waterlogged at their feet, the presidential election was about the furthest thing from their minds.