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10 Things to know for Thursday, March 6.

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. UKRAINE BASES BESEIGED   The country’s new leader says pro-Russian forces have blockaded all military bases in the Crimean ...


Udall’s road to re-election a lot rockier with Gardner in race

By Rick Wagner

Colorado’s U.S. Sen. Mark Udall didn’t have a very good week at the end of February. I know this because the Washington Post said he had the worst week in Washington. I was going to put an exclamation point at the end of that ...


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Mobile rite for penitents on the go

By Rachel Sauer

The white sandwich board propped by the side of Broadway said simply, written in thick black letters, “Ashes to Go.” Beneath that, a “+” to make the intent even clearer. The Revs. Nature Johnston and Teri Shecter stood ...


Boulder approves bear-trash policy

By The AP

BOULDER — The Boulder City Council has given unanimous approval to an ordinance that will require bear-resistant cans on the west side of the city. The new law approved Wednesday applies to commercial properties and apartment buildings, ...


La Junta schools on lockdown during escapee search

By The AP

LA JUNTA — Several La Junta schools will remain on lockdown Thursday while authorities continue to search for an inmate who escaped from the Otero County Jail after overpowering guards. Otero County authorities identified the man still ...


Snowmobiler missing in avalanche

By The AP

CORTEZ — Rescuers are evaluating the safety of continuing a search Thursday for a snowmobiler who was buried by an avalanche in southwestern Colorado. Montezuma County Undersheriff Lynda Carter said Wednesday the search will continue ...


Printed Letters: March 6, 2014

By Staff

Valley’s diversity diminishes the need for Hispanic plaza If you’ve lived in the Grand Valley area for any length of time, you know how demographically diverse we are within our community. Reading the letter from Rich Lopez Feb. ...


Broadband support

By Staff

Gov. John Hickenlooper has long articulated a vision for Colorado’s economic future that hews closely to the performance of the state’s public schools. Create the nation’s No. 1 education system and you accomplish two goals: ...


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One Book, One Mesa County VIP reception

By Staff

I’d nearly forgotten all about the great meeting room beneath the 560 Salon at 354 Main St. Spacious and colorful, it was a warm and welcoming room for the One Book, One Mesa County VIP Author’s Reception on Saturday ...


Angels too much for Tigers

By Brian Miller

DENVER — The Sweet 16 has been anything but sweet for the Grand Junction boys basketball team. For the second year in a row, the Tigers were matched against a buzzsaw in the third round of the Class 5A state playoffs. One year after ...


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