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NASA breaking into snow biz

By Dennis Webb

When western Coloradans think of NASA, they most likely think of things like launching rockets that light up the sky at Cape Canaveral and scratchy audio communications between distant astronauts and the Mission Control Center in ...


Scott to lead energy panel

By Charles Ashby

Republicans who have the majority in the Colorado Senate want to be prepared when the new administration coming into the White House brings a more fossil fuel friendly attitude to the nation. What that attitude will look like is not yet ...

Blotter, Dec. 3, 2016

By Staff

Man arrested for eluding A 25-year-old man who was wanted on four warrants allegedly fled a traffic stop at a high rate of speed last weekend, and was advised of possible eluding charges by a Mesa County judge on Friday. Blake Beyerbach ...


Second effort

By Jon Mitchell

A big first half by the Fairview High School girls basketball team put Friday night’s game against Grand Junction out of reach early. A better second half by the Tigers left them with more confidence in spite of the final score. Ashley ...

Snyder helps Fruita girls cruise again

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team cruised to its second consecutive victory to open the season Friday night, prevailing 74-31 against Union High School from Roosevelt, Utah. The Wildcats, playing in the Uintah High School ...

Give a push — the result is imminently predictable

By Gary McCallister

One thing Black Friday teaches is that if you push on one thing, that thing will push on whatever is next to it, which will then push on whatever is next to it. It’s the simple domino effect of chain reaction accidents.  My ...


Palisade VB team has coach, player of year in 4A WSL

By Staff

Palisade High School’s volleyball team may not have won the Class 4A Western Slope League title, but the Bulldogs still came away with the top post-season honors when the all-WSL team was announced Friday. Five Palisade players were ...

Sports Briefs, Dec. 2, 2016

By The Associated Press

Rodeo Smith thrown on second ride In the second round of bull riding at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Fruita’s Tyler Smith had another no-score round. Riding a bull named Feel The Noise, Smith was bucked off before eight ...

Wingate principal
 leaves her post,
 stays with Dist. 51

By Katie Langford

School District 51 announced the sudden mid-year reassignment of an elementary school principal on Friday. In a letter to parents, Terrie ReQua, executive director of the school leadership support team, said that Wingate Elementary School ...

Prep girls basketball scores, Dec. 2, 2016

By Staff

Fairview 74, Grand Junction 37 Friday at Grand Junction High School FAIRVIEW — Ashley Panem 7 4-6 23, Denali Pinto 9 0-0 20, Grace O’Neil 4 4-8 12, Izzy Munson 5 1-1 11, Sydney Rios 2 0-0 5, Lena Haddad 1 0-1 3, Emma Prostko 0 ...

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