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Sauropod femur largest ever found at quarry

By Rachel Sauer

The straps slowly, slowly grew taut as Mike Perry nudged the gas on the F-150. One end of the thick straps was looped over the truck’s trailer hitch, the other strategically circled around a sizable white blob in the Mygatt-Moore Quarry ...


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Criminal probe of candidate requested

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has been asked to lead a criminal investigation of state Sen. Steve King, while also looking into questionable timing of disclosure of King’s firing and internal affairs woes at the Mesa County ...


If the mind is abstract, is it possible to waste it?

By Staff

If you don’t mind, I have half a mind to mind my own business. My wife says that I have part of that right; the half-a-mind part and the part about needing to mind my own business. I just bring all this up because I am living proof ...


Blotter: June 28, 2014

By Staff

Tale leads to meth bust A 38-year-old man and his female companion told a confusing story about their recent whereabouts during a traffic stop Thursday, prompting a search of their vehicle and the discovery of illegal drugs and tens of ...


Death Notices, June 28, 2014

By Staff

■ E. Jo Brown, 85, Fruita, died June 26, 2014, in Fruita. Services are pending with Fruita Funeral Home. Ms. Brown was a Realtor. ■  Irene Edna Freshour, 97, Cedaredge, died June 25, 2014, at the Retreat at Harbor Cove in ...


Boy Scouts help at scene of deadly Utah crash

By The AP

NEPHI, Utah — A group of Utah Boy Scouts heading to camp helped lift an overturned SUV off a woman who later died of her injuries. Maria Sandoval, 60, died after the crash that happened Wednesday morning in southern Utah’s Juab ...


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CBI to investigate King, timing of IA probe

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has been asked to lead a criminal investigation of state Sen. Steve King, while also looking into questionable timing of disclosure of King’s firing and internal affairs woes at the Mesa County ...


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Pickleball popularity

By Dale Shrull

Pickleball is a fast growing sport in Grand Junction.  ...


60-acre wildfire near Canon City allowed to burn

By The AP

CANON CITY — A wildfire sparked by lightning on Monday near Canon City has grown to about 60 acres but isn’t threatening any houses. Firefighters were building indirect containment lines around the Eightmile Fire on Friday but ...


Local control compromise sought on drilling

By The AP

DENVER — More oil companies are supporting Gov. John Hickenlooper’s latest proposal to find a compromise to grant more control to local governments over oil and gas operations. But not everyone is supportive of the draft bill that ...


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