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Quick-moving squall
 wreaks a little havoc

By Amy Hamilton

A quick-moving storm wind-whipped trees, dropped some rain in the Grand Valley and knocked out power for about an hour on the Redlands on Thursday evening. About 0.17 inch of rain was recorded in the valley in the early evening and winds ...

Triple Played: Amazing Rhythm Aces worthy of binge listening

By Staff

I have been listening to a lot of Amazing Rhythm Aces lately. I don’t know about you, but there are times when I will do some serious binge listening to a certain artist or group. Sometimes it is a newly discovered artist. More often, ...

Lines West: Cricket Ecstasy

By Staff

Cricket Ecstasy “Want to hear some crickets?” Mom called from midwest’s hot eve As she held the phone To the window screen. Crickets bring an ambience To hot, still summer nights Their chorus lulls me into ...

Colorado State Patrol: Driver rolls vehicle into irrigation ditch

By Amy Hamilton

The 39-year-old driver of a vehicle was taken to a hospital after a rollover crash in an irrigation canal in Orchard Mesa. According to the Colorado State Patrol, the rollover occurred at about 7:05 a.m. Thursday on 30 ¾ Road and U.S. ...

Prices announced for returning Winter Park ski train

By The AP

WINTER PARK — Winter Park and Amtrak have released the schedules and ticket prices for a revived ski train. Adult tickets are as low as $39 each way, and two children ages 2-12 can ride for half-fare with each adult ticket. The trains ...

Colorado officials delay discussion on oil and gas rules

By The AP

GREELEY — Officials in northern Colorado have postponed discussion about stricter oil and gas rules for a second time. The Greeley Tribune reports that Weld County leaders have been considering tightening the rules for oil and gas ...


University campus goes first class

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University students who started classes Monday are enjoying more than just a clean slate for grades and a full calendar of back-to-school activities — there are a handful of new campus restaurants, a new residence hall and ...


Witness: Birgfeld blackmail story was a lie

By Gabrielle Porter

A former client of slain Grand Junction call girl and single mother Paige Birgfeld said Thursday that early in the investigation he fabricated a story to law enforcement that she was blackmailing him in order to avoid coming under scrutiny ...

Blotter, Aug. 26, 2016

By Staff

Stolen tools recovered Just before midnight Tuesday, Grand Junction police stopped a white van driving the wrong way down one-way Ute Avenue, and a search of the vehicle allegedly turned up more than 50 different tools and construction ...

Death notices, Aug. 26, 2016

By Staff

■ Former Grand Junction resident June Burch, 91, Buffalo, Wyoming, died Aug. 23, 2016, at the Amie Holt Care Center. Services are planned at a later date. Inurnment will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. Memorial ...

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