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You Said It, Oct. 4, 2015

By Staff

The $150,000 wasted by the City Council, as they looked down their noses at the poor and the homeless, should come directly out of their pockets. When tax dollars are wasted by a group of transplanted elitists, they should pay the ...

Biz Buzz: Oct. 4, 2015

By Staff

Clients of longtime Grand Junction tax adviser Mary MacTavish of MacTavish Tax Consulting, or MacsTax, learned she retired this month and sold her business to Audrey L. Hamon, owner of a local public accounting and business advisory firm. ...

Man dies at monument overlook today

By Staff

Officials with the National Park Service said that a 67-year-old Denver man suffered a medical issue near the Ute Canyon overlook in Colorado National Monument this afternoon and died. The man had been participating in the Icon Lasik Tour of ...

CORRECTION: Average Central HS ACT score is 18.5

By Staff

An item on page 3A Saturday of the print edition should have said that Central High School students scored an average of 18.5 on the 2015 ACT composite test. The original list indicated a different, lower number.  ...

Denver police ordered to stop enforcing panhandling ban

By The AP

DENVER — In the wake of a federal court ruling a Grand Junction panhandling ordinance unconstitutional, Denver police officers have been told by the police chief to stop enforcing the city’s panhandling ban. On Thursday, a U.S. ...

Parts of Colorado get dusting of snow

By The AP

DENVER — People living along northern and central mountain ranges in Colorado woke up to a dusting of snow today. The National Weather Service says Independence Pass near Aspen, Rocky Mountain National Park and the Loveland ski area all ...


Ex-Delta police chief got $50K in severance

By Paul Shockley

Former Delta Police Chief Robert Thomas, whose retirement was announced Tuesday after an unexplained monthlong stint on paid leave from his job, received $50,000 in severance pay upon his departure and after signing a release, Delta City ...

Guv on 4-nation tour to pitch Colorado

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper will lead a group of business and academic leaders on an economic development mission to Japan, China, Turkey and Israel later this month. While the group, 52 people in all, doesn’t include anyone from the Western ...


Faux summer winding down in valley

By Mike Wiggins

The start of fall in western Colorado has felt more like an extended summer, although a pair of storm systems moving into the region this weekend and early next week could bring rain and drop temperatures to normal levels. The average monthly ...

Future of public lands fund in doubt after D.C. inaction

By Dennis Webb

Outdoors advocates are lamenting the failure of Congress to extend the life of a program that has helped fund public-land projects for half a century, including many in western Colorado. But some members of the U.S. House of Representatives, ...

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