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Forward-thinking Trax offers SUV features in a compact package

By Michael St. Clair

I was just talking the other day to my family that the old small SUVs aren’t so small anymore, so it took Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Buick to prove to me that they’re still out there, and still can be interesting vehicles. I was lucky ...


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Palisade residents protest approval for outdoor marijuana grow

By Amy Hamilton

A small gathering that included a few peach farmers posted at Palisade’s Peach Bowl park on Sunday to protest the town’s approval of an outdoor marijuana growing operation. Carol Zadrozny, owner of Z’s Orchard, said the ...


Kelly Clark wins snowboard halfpipe in US Grand Prix

By The AP

PARK CITY, Utah — Kelly Clark won the snowboard halfpipe in the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday for her second FIS World Cup victory of the season, easily beating 18-year-old American teammate Arielle Gold. The 31-year-old Clark, from West ...


Colorado oil, gas agency to vote on flood protection rules

By The AP

DENVER — The commission that regulates oil and gas drilling in Colorado is preparing to decide on new rules to limit spills during major floods like the one that hit the Front Range and eastern plains in 2013. The Oil and Gas ...


Tickets on sale for CMU playoff games

By Patti Arnold

Tickets are on sale for Tuesday’s RMAC Shootout women’s quarterfinal game at Brownson Arena. Season ticket holders who want to keep their seats for the playoff game have until 11 this morning to purchase tickets. All remaining ...


CMU women’s lacrosse results, March 1, 2015

By Staff

Fort Lewis 7, Colorado Mesa 6 Women Sunday at Walker Field Halftime Score: 2-2 Goals: FLC — Sara McMahon 3, Jam Vertner, Rebecca Miller, Marissa DiCecco, Taylor Cabrera; CMU — Lydia Furrow 2, Ashley Eickhoff, Jessica Cook, ...


Trial set for two doctors accused of drug peddling

By Paul Shockley

Three-plus years after indictments were issued, a pair of former western Colorado doctors have finally been scheduled to stand trial. Dr. Sam Jahani and Dr. Eric Peper last week were scheduled for trial starting Jan. 11, 2016, scheduled to ...


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Tigers brimming with confidence

By Dale Shrull

Confidence is a powerful thing, and the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team has it. After their 54-53 win over Regis Jesuit on Friday, the Tigers are ready for the next challenge. On Tuesday, Grand Junction will travel to Cherry ...


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Wildcats realize they belong

By Dale Shrull

After Fruita Monument’s upset of Arapahoe in the Class 5A girls basketball state playoffs, coach Michael Wells said it was a wild locker room. “It was a madhouse of disbelief,” he said. Disbelief and doubt have quickly ...


Area teams eye spots in state basketball tourneys

By Matt Meyer

The Meeker, Cedaredge and Paonia girls basketball teams will play in the Class 2A Region 3 tournament hosted at Central and Grand Junction high schools on Friday and Saturday. All three teams will battle for two berths to the state ...


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