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Lions end historic year for Mesa

By Allen Gemaehlich

No matter what the Colorado Mesa volleyball team tried, the Mavericks couldn’t get into rhythm and fell one match shy of their first NCAA Division II Elite 8 appearance in school history. Arkansas-Fort Smith completed its unexpected ...


Outlaws host Thanksgiving feast

By Bob Silbernagel

Butch botched the coffee serving. He reached in front of guests and sloshed the liquid into their cups like a campfire cook. He made a hash out of the rules of etiquette for serving at a fancy dinner. The gathering in Brown’s Park in ...

Complainant renews effort against King

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction resident Kevin King hasn’t given up on state Sen. Steve King. The first King, who isn’t related to the Grand Junction Republican, filed a complaint against a Denver deputy district attorney last week for not ...

Blotter, Nov. 24, 2014

By Staff

Shoplifting suspect jailed A 27-year-old woman was stopped Friday afternoon by loss prevention officers at Sportman’s Warehouse, 2464 U.S. Highway 6&50, the Grand Junction Police Department reported. The woman, Jennifer ...


Fruita Friendly

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Moving from one town to another can be nerve-wracking, but Fruita’s new city manager said his family’s transition to the area has been seamless, thanks to locals. Michael Bennett and his wife, Tara, had dreamt about moving west ...


‘Newbies’ on time-worn path to state Legislature

By Charles Ashby

DENVER ­— Freshman orientation at the Colorado Legislature last week was like being back in school, except for these newly elected lawmakers, the courses were like no other they’ve studied before. Beyond learning the ...

Inmate loses his 3rd appeal in 1988 sexual assault case

By Charles Ashby

A former Delta County man lost yet another attempt to have his 1988 conviction reversed for sexually assaulting three children. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled last week that Philip Michael Bonan doesn’t deserve a new trial based on ...


Student of the Week, Nov. 24, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 3.87 After-school activities: Tennis, baseball, Running with the Pack, orchestra (cello), work (Texas Roadhouse), International Baccalaureate, and coach volleyball. Favorite book and its author: “The Fighters Mind” by Sam ...

Student Spotlight, Nov. 24, 2014

By Staff

■ Fruita Monument High School graduate Avivah Hotimsky is the first recipient of the ICSC Foundation Asuka Nakahara Undergraduate Real Estate Award from the University of Pennsylvania. The scholarship, made possible through the ...

EPA rigs energy markets; western Colorado loses

By Guest Columnist

By Stuart Sanderson Colorado Mining Association The Western Slope was recently rocked by the layoff of 150 miners at the Bowie Mine in Delta County. The announcement drew widespread sympathy and support for the families whose lives have been ...

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