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Novice programs aimed at youth, female hunters

By Dave Buchanan

Novice hunters and anglers, specifically women and youth, are invited to register for Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Hunter Outreach Program. The program provides guidance and mentoring to novice women and youth hunters through various ...


GJ Rox speed to win

By Patti Arnold

Anthony Sanders was sprinting down the third-base line, urgently waving Terry McClure around the bases. When the skipper is sprinting, it’s easy to see why the Grand Junction Rockies run like there’s no ...


Fruita avoids elimination, will play vs. Monument

By Eden Laase

“I believe that we will win, I believe that we will win, I believe that we will win.” The players on the Fruita 9/10 Boys Little League team said it, then did it Friday as they avoided elimination and moved into the District 1 ...


Adults receive training from former pro

By Allen Gemaehlich

More than a dozen adults were laughing and sharing stories Friday night like they just experienced a childhood dream of playing on the professional tennis circuit. The 15 adults from the Grand Valley won’t get that opportunity, but they ...

Monfort apologizes to disgruntled fans

By Patti Arnold

A firestorm of backlash after a series of emails from Colorado Rockies owner and CEO Dick Monfort to disgruntled fans prompted the team to issue a statement Friday. “I want to express my sincere apology to Rockies fans that received a ...

Abandoned well spurs discussion 
of legal remedy

By Dennis Webb

A company’s failure to take responsibility for a Montrose County well has state oil and gas regulators again considering what they can do about people they believe are showing little regard for the rules for operating in Colorado. Mike ...

Casino backer motivated by own biz plans

By Charles Ashby

The chairman of the parent company that wants to bring casino gambling to Mesa County and elsewhere in the state told an East Coast newspaper that he wants to open casinos in other states to help bolster his casino in Rhode Island, the ...


Four parcels near Powderhorn 
to be sold by U.S. Forest Service

By Gary Harmon

Four parcels near Powderhorn Mountain Resort will go on the Internet for auction as the U.S. Forest Service moves to sell off surplus property. The Forest Service and federal General Services Administration on Wednesday will meet with as many ...

Grand Junction 8, Missoula 5

By Patti Arnold


Attack of the killer tomato problems!

By Erin McIntyre

It always seems that as soon as the tomatoes start to ripen, the tomato problems start. After all this anticipation, it’s a real disappointment to have a gorgeous green tomato ripen for weeks and then … ugh. Nasty tomato hornworms ...

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