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Unique Ridegline offers car comfort and truck utility

By Michael St. Clair

As a fairly unique vehicle, it’s difficult to know where to start talking about the Honda Ridgeline, and not in a ‘there’s nothing to say about it kind of way,’ but rather a ‘a lot to say, but don’t know ...

Fire damages Colorado Springs apartment complex

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Officials say several people have been displaced by a fire at a Colorado Springs apartment complex that destroyed one unit and damaged eight others. The Gazette reports that the blaze broke out Sunday night. No ...

Durango to get all winter water from Animas River

By The AP

DURANGO — The Animas River will be the sole source of winter water for the city of Durango because of work at Lemon Dam. The Florida River is the city’s usual source of water, but it will slow from its typical winter flow of 10 to ...

Park Service seeks details on impacts of BLM leasing

By Dennis Webb

The National Park Service has weighed in on a proposal to offer more than 100,000 northwest Colorado acres in an oil and gas lease sale next May, seeking answers about potential impacts to Rocky Mountain National Park and Dinosaur National ...


Alternative gift fair evokes empathy

By Amy Hamilton

Lance Whitesides and William Smardo have always had a roof over their heads and food to eat. Yet the two ninth-grade students from Fruita 8/9 School did some deep thinking as they researched the living conditions of people in Haiti. Photos ...


Transgender lives honored

By Amy Hamilton

Three years ago, about a dozen people showed up for a local Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil. At the time, folks were scared to even walk into the gathering, fearing someone would be out in the night waiting to get them. On Sunday night, ...

Blotter, Nov. 21, 2016

By Staff

Laundry room burglary Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is seeking the public’s help to identify suspects involved in a burglary at the laundry room of the Bookcliff Apartment Complex. Entry was forced into the laundry room of 1238 ...


Doc’s notoriety cemented in state

By Bob Silbernagel

Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns on Doc Holliday. The Old West stories of lawless boomtowns were sometimes overblown. But not for Tombstone, Arizona. One Tombstone resident put it this way in March 1882: ...


Fruita residents voice ideas for lagoons’ future

By Amy Hamilton

Fruita’s former sewer lagoons look like an opportunity waiting to happen. That’s the idea Fruita officials are running with. The 25-acre parcel owned by the city with four decommissioned sewer lagoons is close to Fruita’s ...


Student of the Week, Nov. 21, 2016

By Staff

GPA: 4.2 Favorite book and its author: “David and Goliath” by Malcolm Gladwell Favorite TV show: “Psych” Favorite band or musician: Señor Wooly After-school activities: Soccer, basketball, baseball, Young ...

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