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Interstate reopened after dynamite incident near Palisade

By Staff

Interstate 70 is back open in both directions between Palisade and Clifton after the Grand Junction Police Bomb Squad was called to a home near Palisade where dynamite was allegedly found earlier today. According to the Colorado Department of ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, March 5

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. NO RUSSIAN WITHDRAWAL SEEN   Analysts say Putin is likely to keep his troops in Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula indefinitely. ...

Update: 4 southeastern Colorado inmates escape, 3 caught

By The AP

LA JUNTA — Three of four fugitives have been recaptured after breaking out of jail in southeastern Colorado. The Pueblo Chieftain, quoting local authorities Wednesday, identified the man still at large as 23-year-old Angel Castrejon, ...

Brighton suspends oil, gas drilling applications

By The AP

BRIGHTON — The Brighton City Council says the city won’t accept new applications for oil and gas drilling until July 15. City officials say the suspension was adopted Tuesday to give members of the council and planning commission ...

Doctor on trial accused of assaulting co-workers

By The AP

BOULDER — A Boulder Community Hospital doctor accused of putting co-workers in choke-hold is on trial. Two former Boulder Community Hospital employees testified Tuesday that Dr. Niles Utlaut put his arms around their heads and grabbed ...

Move to the middle?

By The Daily Sentinel

From Washington, D.C., to Mesa County, politicians and candidates have offered encouraging signs of a move toward middle-of-the-road politics, just as the election season kicks off in earnest. Hardly a coincidence. Republicans and Democrats ...


A crowded field, 8 years on, for Beauprez

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Bob Beauprez says he plans to do things a lot differently this time around. The former Front Range congressmen who made a failed bid for Colorado governor in 2006 is trying again to win that job, but this time he must navigate ...


Give me five!

By Patti Arnold

Five-point plays don’t come along all that often. “That was cool. I didn’t know that was possible,” senior forward Hannah Pollart said Tuesday night after the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team ...

Free-throw shooting helps Metro hold off Mesa men

By Staff

Colorado Mesa gave itself a chance against the No. 1-ranked men’s basketball team in NCAA Division II, but the Mavericks couldn’t pull off the upset. Metro State drew 19 fouls in the second half to pull away for an 83-74 victory ...

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Too little, too late for GJ

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — Things started going poorly for Grand Junction almost immediately after the opening tip in its Class 5A state girls basketball playoff Tuesday night. The Tigers turned the ball over on their first three possessions and ...

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