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Printed Letters: Nov. 26, 2015

By Staff

Mayor weighs in on USA Pro Challenge I’m like every citizen and would like to see the USA Pro Challenge race in our city. A request to the city for $150,000 has been submitted for the race. However, as a council member, I have the ...


Thames guilty of killing Jacie Taylor

By Amy Hamilton

More than 20 years after the murder, Jackie Kuntz now feels some sense of closure after the person she believes is the real killer of her daughter was convicted Wednesday in the 1994 death of Jacie Taylor. Douglas Thames, 43 — who was ...

Blotter, Nov. 25, 2015

By Staff

Sex offender in court A convicted sex offender who provided a local address, but appeared according to social media to be living in Texas, appeared in a Mesa County courtroom on Wednesday. Dustin Shane Leatherman — who was convicted ...


State parks free; many may have 
frosting on top

By Greg Ruland

Post-Thanksgiving travelers headed for “Fresh Air Friday” destinations on the West Slope could encounter several inches of wet snowfall, especially in the south and central mountains, where accumulations could be as high as 12 ...

CMU athletes step up, donate Thanksgiving dinners

By Charles Ashby

T he Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Colorado Mesa University is always trying to find something to do to give back to the community. Whether it’s picking up trash along Interstate 70, tying blankets for children in hospitals or ...

Pro Challenge boosters clear $76,000 in donations

By Gary Harmon

Organizers of the effort to attract the opening stage of the USA Pro Challenge cycling race next year in Grand Junction have cleared $76,000 in donations with a $5,000 pledge from Community Hospital. Contributions have come in “from a ...


The team to beat

By Matt Meyer

Fruita Monument High School boys basketball coach Billy Dreher tentatively thinks the Wildcats are the favorites to win the Southwestern League. It’s tentative because they’re still inexperienced at key positions, but ...


Here we go again

By Matt Meyer

Paonia High School football means a lot to the mountain community of less than 1,500 people, like it does in many small towns. Hundreds of people turned out to watch the Eagles during the preseason as they chased history, hoping to become the ...

Mavs look forward to food, hoops for holiday

By Patti Arnold

Kabir West can’t wait for the turkey. Jerrilyn Maluyo is all about the stuffing. For Sydney Small, it’s her aunt’s banana pudding. CJ Davis wants ... pot roast? “Oh, man, I’ve been waiting for that,” the ...

Mesa accepting food
 donations for tournament

By Staff

College Basketball Mesa accepting food
donations for tournament Colorado Mesa University is accepting non-perishable food items in exchange for admission into basketball games at the CMU Holiday Inn-Airport Thanksgiving Basketball ...

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