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Rock thrown through window at Denver area mosque

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities are investigating after someone threw a rock through a window at a Denver area mosque. The incident was captured on surveillance video at the main Colorado Muslim Society mosque early Sunday morning. Julie Brooks, ...


2 dead after plane crashes into northern Colorado reservoir

By The AP

BERTHOUD — Two men are dead after their small plane crashed into a reservoir in northern Colorado. Authorities say the men were in their single-engine Cessna 172 in the frigid water of Culver Reservoir near Berthoud for 50 minutes ...


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County cuts loom large

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County is asking its department heads to take a steak knife to their budgets now so the commission won’t have to swing a meat ax later. County Administrator Frank Whidden sent out an email to county department heads telling them to ...


Email letters: Feb. 27, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction doing the right thing with Ballot Measure 2B Congratulations to the residents of Grand Junction for taking the initiative and asking the voters through Ballot Measure 2B to make more funding available for the City’s’ ...


University wants to double its student mental health fee

By The AP

BOULDER — The University of Colorado in Boulder wants to double its student mental health fee due to an unexpected demand for counseling and psychiatric care. The Daily Camera reports students pay a $21.77 per semester and in return ...


Officials identify sailor fatally shot at naval air station

By The AP

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Navy officials in Virginia are identifying a sailor fatally shot by a Naval Air Station Oceana security officer. News outlets report that the U.S. Navy Fleet Forces Command said Sunday that Seaman Robert Wright, ...


Pet turtle safe and warm after rescue on Vail Pass

By The AP

VAIL — A pet turtle is safe and warm after being rescued by firefighters following a crash on Vail Pass. Eagle County Paramedic Services says that after all the people hurt in the crash on Interstate 70 had been treated and taken to the ...


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Free from meth for 1,000 days, man praises jail ministry

By Amy Hamilton

After being hooked on methamphetamine for more than two decades, Erik Borrell looked up while he was on his knees being arrested for the last time, thanking God for the opportunity to get his life back. For a drug addict, making bond can be ...


Student Spotlight, Feb. 27, 2017

By Staff

■ Troy Levinson of Fruita, a 2016 graduate of Palisade High School, was named to the fall 2016 quarter dean’s list at Denver University in Denver. Technical education open houses set Colorado Mesa University, Western Colorado ...


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Users offer high praise for library’s 970West Studio

By Erin McIntyre

Donny Morales didn’t consider himself a regular library user. He hadn’t checked out a book in three years, and only dropped in to use the Internet when there was something wrong with his own connection. But since November, ...


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