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4 held after Orchard Mesa standoff

By Gabrielle Porter

Two men and two women who deputies said barricaded themselves in a Mesa County apartment with drugs and weapons Monday evening for two hours, before being forced out with tear gas, have been arrested and are facing felony drug charges. Kevin ...

BizBuzz, March 30

By Staff

Wanted: Someone to take over a 4-year-old, turnkey Grand Junction business that sells everything from fudge to coffee to spices. Intrigued? A Country Cupboard would like to talk to you. With some changes happening with their family at home, ...

The List: Best baseball movies

By Staff

Best baseball movies: 1 “Bull Durham.”     2 “Moneyball.”     3 “The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg.”   4 “The Bad News Bears.”     5 “The ...


You Saw It, March 30, 2017

By Staff


GYM: On the run

By Staff

ON THE RUN With springtime officially upon us, people are gearing up for outdoor activities which for many includes outdoor running. The following exercises help to improve strength and ward off injury for runners. If at any time you ...


A poker game, a story and a glass that’s always half-full

By Steve Beauregard

My daughter is drinking grape juice out of my special cocktail glass. It’s the one I stole from the Bellagio casino, although let’s not get hung up on the word “stole.” I just sort of walked out with it, which is ...

Kids learning to code and program in science class

Know the code: Parents eager to get their kids cracking on coding

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lately it seems that C is just as popular as the three Rs when it comes to basic education. Toys, books, websites, phone apps — products that teach coding to kids have proliferated as parents have embraced the idea of raising tech savvy ...

Upcoming vote on fluoride in water draws big spending

By The AP

DURANGO — An upcoming vote on whether water in a southwestern Colorado community should continue to be fluoridated is drawing big bucks from both sides of the campaign. Durango voters will decide on April 4 whether to remove fluoride ...

Colorado governor says state will still pursue clean energy

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says the state will keep pursuing affordable clean energy despite President Donald Trump’s order eliminating many restrictions on fossil fuels production. Hickenlooper said Wednesday the ...

Valley’s top food, drink will be on display at Edesia

By Ann Wright

Savor and sip delicious food from area restaurants, caterers, wineries and breweries at Edesia: A Palisade Culinary, Wine & Spirits Adventure. The seventh annual event will begin with a sold out Chef’s Table VIP luncheon at 11 a.m. ...

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