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Boulder may restore jail time for city offenses

By The AP

BOULDER — The Boulder City Council is considering measures that would allow the possibility of jail time for a host of municipal offenses, from camping to littering. The proposed changes are part of a larger effort by city government to ...

Loveland officer shot during traffic stop

By The AP

LOVELAND — Authorities say a Loveland police officer who was shot and wounded during a nighttime traffic stop is in intensive care at a local hospital, but he is expected to survive. Police spokesman Sgt. Mike Halloran said Monday ...

Man arrested after apartment explodes

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police have arrested a man on drug charges after an apartment exploded on Sunday. Lee Brown is facing several charges, including unlawful possession and manufacturing of a controlled substance and ...


CMU men 
must offset loss of 
key player

By Tim Harty

Like a golfer who lost his most reliable club, the Colorado Mesa men’s golf team enters the spring half of the 2013-14 college golf season without its most experienced and decorated golfer. Sean Robbins, a junior who was the ...

Broncos must fill gaps with free agents

By Rick Jussel

Unless you considered the National Football League draft combine must-see TV and you monitored every 40-yard dash, bench pressing session and standing long jump recently in Indianapolis, there has been a serious lull in the professional ...

Small school state basketball pairings released

By Staff

Olathe finished a place ahead of Grand Valley in this past week’s Class 3A Western Slope District girls basketball tournament, but Grand Valley received the higher seed when the state playoff pairings were announced Sunday. The ...

Central bowlers clean up at state finals

By Dale Shrull

It was a memorable and highly successful trip to the Front Range for Western Slope high school bowlers. Six Mesa County teams competed in the state finals of the Colorado High School Bowling Foundation on Feb. 22-23, with two Central High ...


Student of the Week, March 3, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 4.41 After-school activities: Viola and piano Lessons, Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra, teaching piano lessons, art, Young Chautauqua, robotics, Knowledge Bowl, mountain biking and skiing. Favorite books: “The Book Thief” ...


Fasching before fasting

By Emily Shockley

Forty days of restraint and reflection start Wednesday for Christians who celebrate Lent. But Sunday, it was time to party. About 100 local supporters of the German American Club in Grand Junction gathered at Country Inns of America for ...

Blotter, March 3, 2014

By Staff

Pills, shoplifting suspected Justin R. Medina, 25, of Clifton, was issued a summons Saturday at Walmart, 2545 Rimrock Ave., on suspicion of theft and unlawful possession of controlled substances, according to the Grand Junction Police ...

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