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Biz Buzz: April 23, 2017

By Staff

This Saturday is a big day for Grand Junction’s downtown bookstores, as the three Main Street stores will join more than 500 other bookstores across the country in celebrating Independent Bookstore Day. The three stores — Crystal ...

Traffic Alert, April 23, 2017

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Gunnison Avenue Sewer Line Replacement Project: Gunnison Avenue from 15th Street to 24th Street is closed ...

Man detained after Pear Park shooting

By Staff

A man is in police custody, following a shooting in a Pear Park neighborhood that left one man injured. Law enforcement converged on a home at 2991 Piano Lane, near the intersection of 30 and D roads, around 5:30 p.m. Responding officers ...

Madison Bumgarner lands on DL after dirt bike accident

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Madison Bumgarner was zooming around on a dirt bike during his team’s day off when he hit a slippery spot and crashed. The freak accident landed him on the disabled list for the first time in his big league career Friday ...

Story, Blackmon power Rockies to 6-5 win over Giants

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Trevor Story has been tinkering with his swing to break out of a slump. He just might be on to something. Story hit his first career grand slam and Charlie Blackmon lined an inside-the-park homer as part of a six-run fourth ...

Bill would limit campaign contributions

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — County commissioners, school board candidates and everyone else running for local offices may see limits in how much money they can collect in their campaign coffers. Under a bill that won preliminary approval in the ...


Prez adviser 
is booster of Jordan Cove

By Gary Harmon

Shipping natural gas from northwest Colorado to Asia could be a key component in recovering the U.S. economy and aiding other nations, a key White House economic adviser said Friday on the financial news channel CNBC. “We could be and ...

Western Slope parks generate $570M benefit

By Gary Harmon

Visitors to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the surrounding Curecanti National Recreation Area generated $570 million in economic benefits in western Colorado, the National Park Service said. Nearly 1 million people visited ...

Man with warrant out accused of hauling meth

By Duffy Hayes

An Arizona man already wanted on a federal warrant for transporting several pounds of methamphetamine was arrested Thursday evening while allegedly driving a car that contained 13 pounds of the same drug. Heradio Rios-Zarate, 25, was behind ...

District offers support for its students after two deaths by suicide

By Katie Langford

School District 51 is bolstering mental health and support services in the wake of two student suicides within the last two days. District 51 Spokeswoman Cat Foster said a Fruita Monument High School student died as a result of suicide on ...

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