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Two friends plan fundraiser to rebuild school in Nepal

By Melinda Mawdsley

A random conversation about beer in 2012 has forever linked Dr. Herb Gearhart to Nepal. The recently retired Grand Junction dentist was en route to Hong Kong when he struck up a conversation with a man seated next to him at a Los Angeles ...


Corny Treads draws diverse crop of cyclists

By Amy Hamilton

The unmistakable clanging of cowbell mixed with laughter from jumpers on the trampolines at Studt’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze on Sunday morning. As families turned over pumpkins in the fields and scampered up the tower of hay bales, ...


Mavericks fed up with close losses

By Jon Mitchell

The level of frustration of the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team has reached its peak. The Mavericks will be the first ones to admit that. “I’m sick of hearing from everyone how we’re so close and we ...


Mavs beat Skyhawks, move up in RMAC

By Jon Mitchell

A small delay in the pace of the game on Sunday was all the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team needed to really pick up the scoring pace. Alec Dinsmore’s goal in the 69th minute off a penalty delay staked the Mavericks to ...

CMU soccer results, Oct. 4, 2015

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 3, Fort Lewis 0 Men Sunday at Walker Field Halftime: Colorado Mesa 1-0 Goals: Luis Schraidt, CMU, 43:54; Alec Dinsmore, CMU (Kevin Del Mazo), 68:07; Blake Carlson, CMU (Kevin Escobar), 77:02. Shots: FLC 7 (Becker 2, ...


Oregon might ship natural gas from Piceance

By Gary Harmon

Western Slope supporters of a liquefied natural gas terminal in Oregon are working on the next step toward construction of the first West Coast natural-gas export terminal after an environmental approval of the project last week. The Federal ...

Coroner: Denver man who died cycling on Monument had heart attack

By Amy Hamilton

Denver man, 67-year-old David Siefkas, is the man being identified who died Saturday while biking on Colorado National Monument. Mr. Siefkas died from a cardiac arrest, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. His cause of death ...

Student Spotlight, Oct. 5, 2015

By Staff

■ Brandon Motz, a 2004 graduate of Fruita Monument High School, was the psalmist for Pope Francis’ mass at the Basilica/Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul during the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia last month.  Motz ...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife ‘rushed and hushed’ on mountain lion plan

By Guest Columnist

By Wendy Keefover and Aubyn Royall Colorado wildlife officials are rushing to undertake a controversial study that will kill more mountain lions to answer a question that has already been examined and answered. The question: if trophy hunters ...

Let’s go back to school

By Guest Columnist

By Millie Hamner and Jim Wilson Here we are: two retired superintendents with a combined 75 years in K-12 public education, now serving in the state House of Representatives. You’d think that we’d have a clear picture of ...

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