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The List: Long-awaited sequels most worth the wait

By Staff

Long-awaited sequels most worth the wait: 1 “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”   2 “Jurassic World.”     3 “Toy Story 3.”     4 “Mad Max: Fury ...


Dave Says: Run from that guy

By Staff

Run from that guy Dear Dave, My husband was recently laid off, and he has $229,000 in a 401(k). He has been told that he should roll it into a hybrid annuity. Is this a good idea? — Durnae Dear Durnae, Absolutely not! It sounds to ...


CPC Solutions merger bringing jobs to GJ

By Gary Harmon

The merger of CPC Solutions in Grand Junction with an Ogden, Utah, company is prompting new hiring in Grand Junction. CPC Solutions, formerly Colorado Printing Co., merged with Neutek Print in Ogden to form a full-service company, CPCNeutek, ...


Biz Buzz: Jan. 26, 2017

By Staff

It’s the time of year when people are busy collecting their W2s and other critical tax documents, prepping to file their personal income tax returns as early as possible. According to the Internal Revenue Service, more than 70 percent of ...


Mary Tyler Moore, who changed depiction of women, dies at 80

By The AP

NEW YORK — Mary Tyler Moore, the star of TV’s beloved “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” whose comic realism helped revolutionize the depiction of women on the small screen, died Wednesday, said her publicist, Mara Buxbaum. ...


Officials identify woman killed in house explosion

By The AP

RICO — Officials in southwestern Colorado have released the name of a woman who was killed in a house explosion in Rico. The Dolores County sheriff’s office says 42-year-old Lisa Salliby was thrown 30 feet from the house in the ...


Spruce beetles attack 213 square miles of Colorado forest

By The AP

DENVER — Spruce beetles have attacked another 213 square miles of Colorado forests, making it the most destructive forest insect in the state for the fifth consecutive year. The State Forest Service said Wednesday the insect was active ...


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Police admit errors made in home raid

By Gabrielle Porter

Law enforcement officers investigating what turned out to be a faulty tip about drugs and guns in a Clifton house didn’t follow protocol, communicate well enough, or pay attention to red flags that could have prevented the September SWAT ...


Email Letters: January 25, 2017

By Staff

Trump needs to uphold what our country stands for When I marched down Main Street in Grand Junction on Saturday, it was not as an anti-Trump protester. I marched to put the new president and the Republican administration on notice that we, ...


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Entertainment Briefs: Jan. 27–Feb. 2

By Staff

I Heart Heroes fundraiser begins The I Heart Heroes fundraiser will take place Wednesday through Thursday, Feb. 1–14, at the Veterans’ Art Center, 307 S. 12th St. According to the fundraiser’s Facebook event page, for a ...


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