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Police hit by car while working Ferguson protest

By The AP

DENVER — A driver suffered a medical emergency on Wednesday before hitting four Denver police officers on bicycles, injuring one critically, as they monitored a student protest of the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision. The ...

‘Tis the season to bring on the figgy pudding

By Dixie Burmeister

The day after Thanksgiving while visiting our family, Christmas music was everywhere. Soon I was humming, “Oh, bring us some figgy pudding. Oh, bring us ...” Well, you know the rest. We sing about figgy pudding, but have you ever ...

Email letters, December 3, 2014

By Staff

If you are being arrested, the best plan is to never resist an officer The shooting in self-defense and in the line of duty of the “gentle giant” who just robbed and assaulted the clerk in a convenience store in Ferguson and the ...

Get ready for the season with one of many light parades

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A spectacular display of lights and a festive holiday atmosphere can be found at several upcoming area light parades. Dress warmly, and come ready to be dazzled. ■ The Palisade Olde Fashioned Christmas Parade of Lights will begin at ...

First Friday Art Walk teams up with Christmas walk

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Because the annual Spirit of Christmas Walk happens on the first Friday of December, visitors to downtown Grand Junction can mix and mingle with generous portions of holiday spirit and First Friday art events. The combined First Friday Art ...


Music Scene:  ‘Forever Christmas’ with David Lanz and Kristin Amarie and other area shows for Dec. 5

By Tammy Gemaehlich

New-Age piano legend David Lanz and vocalist Kristin Amarie will perform a concert of Christmas music during a Grand Junction stop on their “Forever Christmas” tour. The concert will be at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7, at the Love ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, Dec. 3

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. OBAMA SAID TO HAVE SETTLED ON NOMINEE TO SUCCEED HAGEL   Ashton Carter, 60, has never served in the military or in Congress, unlike ...

Body in river identified as missing Murray woman

By The AP

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Authorities say a body found in the Jordan River earlier this week belongs to a 30-year-old Murray woman whose disappearance nine weeks ago triggered a vigorous search. Police in Murray and West Valley City ...

Passers-by rescue anglers from icy lake

By The AP

EVERGREEN — Passers-by rescued two men after they fell into Evergreen Lake while ice fishing. The Denver Post reports one of the anglers was taken to a hospital after the rescue Tuesday. His condition wasn’t available. He was in ...

Mesa Verde ponders mysterious depression

By The AP

MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK — Mesa Verde National Park is taking a new look at a ruin called Mummy Lake in hopes of determining what it really was. The area is called Far View Reservoir or Mummy Lake, and researchers don’t know if ...

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