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Commuters shift gears to 2 wheels

By Greg Ruland

People who regularly ride their bike to work oil knee joints, improve physical health and keep the pounds off with every pump of the pedals, fitness experts say. Across the nation since 2000, the number of people riding a bike to work has ...


Death Notices, July 1, 2014

By Staff

■ Sonia Barnett, 78, Grand Junction, died June 23, 2014, at home. A service is 10 a.m., today at First Christian Church, 1326 N. First St. Survivors include one son, Christopher Shaw; and one daughter, Debbie Drumm. ■ Kenneth A. ...


Death Notices, July 1, 2014

By Staff

■ Sonia Barnett, 78, Grand Junction, died June 23, 2014, at home. A service is 10 a.m., today at First Christian Church, 1326 N. First St. Survivors include one son, Christopher Shaw; and one daughter, Debbie Drumm. ■ Kenneth A. ...


Attorney general orders marriage license halt

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s attorney general has ordered a halt to the issuing of gay-marriage licenses in Boulder County. Republican Attorney General John Suthers gave Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall until noon Tuesday to stop issuing ...


Hospital battle rooted in larger war on high health-care costs

By Guest Columnist

By Michael Pramenko Look a bit closer and you will find that there is more to the story about our local health-care system than just two hospitals at “war.” The “battle” between two hospitals is rooted in a larger war ...


A path to lower gas prices

By Guest Columnist

By Congressman Scott Tipton U.S. House of Representatives As Americans make plans to celebrate our nation’s independence next week and prepare for summer trips, they’re noticing rising gas prices. Many people are facing gas ...


New race previews wonderful waterfront to come

By Jay Seaton

Like a number of great things in life, it starts with a bang and ends with a beer. After work on Thursday, in advance of a long holiday weekend, I will run (and maybe walk) at a blistering 9-minute mile pace in the Wrong Side of the Tracks ...


Western outdoor businesses thrive on clean, healthy rivers

By Guest Columnist

By John Le Coq Throughout the American West, jobs and the economy are often synonymous with outdoor recreation and conservation of our natural treasures. And it’s not just the companies serving tourists and recreation enthusiasts, and ...


Red flag warning in place again for GJ

By Mike Wiggins

A red flag warning is in effect for Grand Junction and other parts of northwest Colorado and northeast Utah until 9 p.m. today, as persistent hot and breezy weather is making for ripe wildfire conditions. The National Weather Service says ...


Rockies place RHP Jhoulys Chacin on DL

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Rockies’ beleaguered starting rotation took another blow as right-hander Jhoulys Chacin was placed on the 15-day disabled list Monday with an inflamed shoulder. Chacin becomes the sixth starter out of ...


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