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US resumes destroying chemical weapons at Colorado site

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Army has resumed the destruction of chemical weapons at a Colorado facility after crews repaired a small dent in the door of a chamber used to blow up the munitions. Pueblo Chemical Depot says operations resumed Monday. ...

Email letters, October 5, 2015

By Staff

Your vote for School Board is critical It has truly been an honor to be a member of the District 51 School Board. Our district has within reach, the dream of a culture where every teacher aspires to becoming a great teacher. In this culture, ...

Environmentalists halt grazing at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument

By The AP

DURANGO — A coalition of environmental groups has forced public land managers to delay a permit for grazing on Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. The Durango Herald reports that the seven groups collectively filed a protest ...

2 injured after car crashes into Douglas County home

By The AP

PARKER — Two people are injured after a car crashed into a home south of Denver early Monday morning. The silver hatchback slammed into the bedroom of a ranch-style brick home in the Pinery neighborhood in Douglas County. ...

Flash flood watch for SE Utah, SW Colorado

By Mike Wiggins

Much of eastern Utah and western Colorado — outside the Grand Valley — is under a flash flood watch until midnight tonight, as widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected to soak the region through Tuesday. The ...

Drill this morning at Grand Junction High School

By Staff

Authorities are coordinating an emergency response drill this morning at Grand Junction High School. Starting around 10:30 a.m., passersby may see a large number of emergency vehicles around the school and other activity, authorities said in ...


Family brave of heart

By Amy Hamilton

Where some might see a string of hardships, Grand Junction’s Courtney and Chris Willingham chose to see blessings. In spite of a tumultuous year of extended Denver hospital stays, a roller coaster of hefty medical diagnoses and a recent ...

3 new Mormon leaders give first remarks to church members

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The three new leaders of the Mormon church’s top governing body that sets policy gave their first remarks to members Sunday. Ronald A. Rasband, Gary E. Stevenson and Dale G. Renlund spoke at The Church of ...

Clinton campaign names Colorado leadership council

By The AP

DENVER — Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is naming a long roster of Colorado Democrats as its leadership in the state. The 30-person group includes Gov. John Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael Bennet and former Denver mayor ...


Student of the week, Oct. 5, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 4.29 After-school activities: Grand Junction High School Chamber Orchestra, District 51 Honors Orchestra, cello and flute lessons at Colorado Mesa University, speech and debate, Model United Nations, president of Help Light the Night ...

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