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CMU remains No. 1 in Division II baseball

By Staff

College Baseball CMU remains No. 1 in nation In winning three of four games against CSU-Pueblo last week, the Colorado Mesa baseball team remained ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division II Collegiate Baseball national rankings. It’s the ...


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Not a day to go low

By Tim Harty

Gusts of wind were a frequent foe. The ground was better suited for bouncing a golf ball like a basketball than stopping a shot in the intended spot. Many of the players hadn’t practiced for a week or two because of spring break from ...


Getting It Right, April 7, 2015

By Staff

A story on Page 2A Sunday about Grand Junction City Council candidates should have said election results will be canvassed at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall. New candidates will be sworn into office at 10 a.m. May 4 at City Hall.  ...


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Parolee gets 54 years in man’s beating death

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction parolee who had six prior felony convictions when he was arrested in 2013 in connection with the fatal beating of a man who was left to die in a local street was sentenced Monday to serve 54 years in the Colorado Department of ...


Justman to run again for seat on commission

By Emily Shockley

Voters can expect some deja vu from 2012 on the November 2016 ballot now that both incumbent Mesa County commissioners John Justman and Rose Pugliese have confirmed they will run for re-election. Justman filed his campaign paperwork Jan. 15 ...


District 51 to get grant from state

By Emily Shockley

A $100,000 grant awarded to the Colorado Department of Education will pay a Denver-based communications firm to develop a marketing strategy for new learning models in School District 51 and Archuleta School District in southwestern Colorado. ...


Math and Science Center expands summer camps

By Emily Shockley

The John McConnell Math and Science Center is expanding its summer day camp programming this year to three sites in the Grand Valley, thanks to a recent grant. The center previously hosted summer programs exclusively in Grand Junction at its ...


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Gardner: President must make solid case for deal cut with Iran

By Gary Harmon

President Barack Obama needs to persuade Americans to support the outcome of his negotiations with Iran, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said Monday. “The president is seeking international legitimacy,” for the talks, Gardner ...


Board OKs water line to service officer-training center

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County commissioners on Monday granted permission for Clifton Water District to install a permanent water line to service the nearly two-year-old Colorado Law Enforcement Training Center on East Orchard Mesa ahead of planned expansions to ...


Blotter, April 7, 2015

By Staff

Crash victim identified A man killed in a motorcycle accident on Saturday on Colorado Highway 65 was identified Monday as 55-year-old Joseph Hupert of Rifle. The Mesa County Coroner’s Office announced in a news release that Hupert ...


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