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Avalon makes $58,000; city may push for more

By Amy Hamilton

A new vision on how to market happenings at the historic Avalon Theatre may be on the agenda for Grand Junction’s city councilors. Debbie Kovalik, executive director of the Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau, asked councilors ...


Blotter, Dec. 15, 2015

By Staff

Sheriff warns of mail theft The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office issued a warning Monday that mail theft continues to be a problem in the county, particularly in rural areas were mailboxes often are located away from homes. During ...


Fleming fills spots along CMU volleyball team’s front line

By Patti Arnold

It’s no secret what positions fall under the “immediate need” category for the Colorado Mesa volleyball team next season. All but one front-row player was a senior this season, including the mainstay in the middle, Abby ...


Jussel: Not saying I told you so, but ...

By Rick Jussel

I’m not gloating, just trying to make a point: This is what I warned about Sunday — “You might want to take note of Oakland’s outstanding second-year outside linebacker Kahlil Mack … Mack gets to go up most of ...


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Snow on its way, if it isn’t here already

By Charles Ashby

If Grand Valley residents didn’t wake up to snow this morning, don’t worry. It’s coming, forecasters with the Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service say. A cold front — the coldest the region has seen so ...


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What is Cyclocross?

By Dale Shrull

What is Cyclocross racing? Competitors take time to explain it.  ...


Pete Rose’s plea for reinstatement rejected by Rob Manfred

By The AP

CINCINNATI — Pete Rose’s application for reinstatement was rejected Monday by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, who cited his continued gambling. Rose agreed to a lifetime ban from baseball in August 1989 after an investigation ...


Email letters, December 14, 2015

By Staff

Recent letter was a drawn-out contortion of the facts Shakespeare wrote that brevity is the soul of wit. So what are we to make of local comedian, history revisionist, and Democrat spin-master Bill Hugenberg? Witless, well, that’s ...


High-speed Internet coming to small Colorado mountain town

By The AP

DURANGO — A small mountain town in Colorado has laid the groundwork to provide its students with high-speed Internet service. The Durango Herald reports that Silverton is the only county seat in the state that isn’t connected to ...


Family of slain Colorado grad student raising money

By The AP

BOULDER — The family of a University of Colorado graduate student who was stabbed to death in Boulder over the weekend is raising money to pay for his funeral back home. Relatives of 26-year-old Sean Hudson of Greenfield, Indiana have ...


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