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Double the fun

By Patti Arnold

Things got a little too close Thursday night. Forrest Wall helped take care of that, smacking a home run off one of the elevated signs in right field to lead off the sixth inning in Grand Junction’s 8-3 victory over Billings. The win ...


Lower demand 
for uranium keeps 
mill revenue down

By Gary Harmon

Slow demand for uranium, among other factors, held down revenue for Denver-based Energy Fuels Inc., which is planning to idle its Utah uranium mill near year’s end. Energy Fuels sold 236,667 pounds of uranium oxide, or yellowcake, to ...

Thousands of hunting tags still available

By Staff

After an initially bumpy online sale earlier last week, a record number of leftover big-game and turkey licenses has been sold by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. But the state agency says that about 20,000 of the leftover licenses are still ...


King hires defense attorney

By Paul Shockley

The man who ran the Colorado State Public Defender system for nearly seven years will defend Mesa County’s state senator and former Republican sheriff nominee against criminal charges. State Sen. Steve King has hired Denver defense ...

GOP off-base on public lands,
 Salazar argues

By Dennis Webb

Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Thursday said conservationist, public lands advocate and Republican Theodore Roosevelt wouldn’t be happy with his party’s support for turning over such lands to states. Salazar, a Colorado ...

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Little movement in District 51 test results

By Emily Shockley

Transitional Colorado Assessment Program results released Thursday for spring 2014 contained little movement from 2013 TCAP results for both School District 51 and Colorado students at large. For the second consecutive year, the district ...

A few things for MLB’s new commish to consider

By Allen Gemaehlich

After more than 20 years serving as Major League Baseball Commissioner, Bud Selig is retiring. He became the acting commissioner in 1992 before he was elected in 1998. He took over a league in a mess and righted the ship. Namely, he tried to ...

Glenwood QB gets offer from CSU

By Staff

Glenwood Springs sophomore quarterback Dante Sparaco recently received a scholarship offer from Colorado State University. According to the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Sparaco said that CSU head coach Jim McElwain made the offer after ...

Grand Junction Rockies boxes, Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Billings 7, Grand Junction 2 Game 1 Billings Grand Junction ab r h bi ab r h bi O;Grady cf 4 0 1 0 Carrizales cf 3 1 1 0 Sparks 3b 4 1 1 0 George ss 2 1 0 0 Aquino rf 4 0 1 2 Daza rf 3 0 3 1 Franklin 1b 4 0 0 0 Marte ...

Local golf results, Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Rocky Mountain Open Pro-Am Thursday at Tiara Rado Golf Course Professional 1. Brady Stockton, 64, $600; 2. John Buffalo, 66, $450; 3. Monte Montgomery, 67, $350; 4. (tie) Kyle Candlish, 68, $175 ; Kyle Daniell, 68, $175; Miguel Griego, 68, ...

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