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Defense impressive for Denver

By Rick Jussel

The National Football League regular season is sneaking up on us, only two more preseason games to play, the last of which is meaningless to all but about 600 players trying to earn final roster spots. The Denver Broncos are 2-0 after ...


Smoke in your eyes? Relief by midweek

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although air conditions have visibly improved since last week, the haze is expected to linger in area skies through today and possibly until Wednesday. At that time, a new front with moisture in the forecast is to move into the region, a ...


Suspect in Junction teen’s death indicted for guns, drugs in Utah

By Paul Shockley

Legal woes are piling up for one of two men considered suspects in the death of 18-year-old Grand Junction resident Kelly Myers. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Salt Lake City has unsealed an indictment against 30-year-old Eduardo De La ...

Gas organizations tout climate benefits

By Gary Harmon

Natural gas can play a significant role for Colorado in meeting new requirements to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, seven organizations said in a letter to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The organizations, ...

Blotter, Aug. 24, 2015

By Staff

Park exposure suspected Richard Romero, 70, was arrested and released on a summons Wednesday at Dixson Park, 287 27 Road, on suspicion of consumption of alcohol in a public place and indecent exposure, according to the Grand Junction Police ...

BLM finalizes White River oil, gas plan

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has finalized an oil and gas management plan in northwest Colorado that includes a master leasing plan in the area of Dinosaur National Monument. The agency last week announced completion of the oil and gas ...

Student Spotlight, Aug. 24, 2015

By Staff

■ Five students in Grand Junction were among the 107 Colorado students to receive scholarships from Pinnacol Foundation for the 2015–16 school year. The students are Brittany Hoppe, James Prescott, Cesar Reyes and Benjamin Thomas, ...


Outgoing commissioner Doug Aden worried about upkeep of road system

By Charles Ashby

For nearly two decades, Doug Aden hasn’t taken his eyes off the road. But the retired banker and longtime Grand Junction resident decided it finally was time to do so, officially ending his 18-year stint on the Colorado Transportation ...

Utah veteran who played role in D-Day invasion dies

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A World War II veteran who took part in the D-Day invasion that helped defeat the Nazis has died in Utah. John Moody says his uncle, Lester K. Metz, died today at his Salt Lake City home. He was 98. Metz enlisted in ...

Haze, smoke in area skies expected to linger

By Staff

Although air conditions have visibly improved since last week, the smoke and haze is expected to linger in area skies through today and tomorrow and possibly until Wednesday when a new front with forecast moisture moves into the region, a ...

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