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Love ribeyes? For a low-cost, lower fat option try tri-tips

By Suzanne Hanzl

I feel like the Grand Valley has been on a roller coaster of seasonal change the past few weeks. I know warmer temps are just around the bend, even if we are under a blanket of icy hail. The last day of school is upon us and energy is high. ...


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Five De Beque grads a ‘quirky’ group

By Charles Ashby

Whether it’s a small high school with only a handful of graduates, or a large one with hundreds, in the end the result is the same for the students themselves. They’ve graduated. That was true for the five students who accepted ...


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Community booster hits 20-year mark

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

More than 200 donors and community leaders celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Western Colorado Community Foundation at a luncheon Tuesday at the Colorado Mesa University ballroom. It’s a milestone that shows the incredible ...


Legislators make pitch for rural broadband

By Gary Harmon

It could be better to devote more money to extending broadband to the farthest reaches of Colorado, rather than directing billions of dollars to road projects that don’t actually improve roads, state Rep. Yeulin Willett said ...


District 51 aims for flexibility to move school staff around as necessary

By Katie Langford

School District 51 administrators are implementing a new system to address inequities in the number of teachers and staff in schools across Mesa County. Chief Academic Officer Tony Giurado told Board of Education members on Tuesday that ...


Rec-center supporters planning ‘pep rally’

By Duffy Hayes

The organizers of an effort to build a community and recreation center in Grand Junction envision a magnet for folks to come meet, move, learn and play, according to a tagline for the group. Behind the effort is a concerted desire for Grand ...


Westbound I-70 reopened after Rifle-area rollover

By Dennis Webb

Westbound Interstate 70 has been reopened just west of the west Rifle interchange after having been closed earlier today due to a rollover accident. Traffic had been detoured onto U.S. Highway 6 during the closure.  ...


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Graduates endure deep hardship and find success

By Erin McIntyre

Rosemary Bahnsen keeps a before-and-after photo handy on her cellphone and loves showing it to others. It shows two versions of herself. In the older portrait, she looks gaunt, with thin eyebrows, pale and strung out. The other picture is ...


Palisade 
folks get
 1st chance 
at stores, pot grows

By Amy Hamilton

Palisade locals will get a leg up on opening recreational shops and marijuana growing businesses in the town, trustees determined at a meeting Tuesday night. Trustees hammered out a host of regulations that include offering up to six growing ...


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Vacationland 2017: Grand Junction

By Mike Wiggins

Vacation is on your doorstep, furiously pressing the doorbell, banging on the door, peeking in the windows — doing everything possible to coax you out to stretch your arms and legs and do pretty much anything that doesn’t involve ...


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