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Late start benefits Rifle golfers

By Tim Harty

Elly Walters didn’t like the way she finished her round, but everything else about her season debut signaled the Rifle High School sophomore is ready to shoot some low scores on area golf courses this season. Walters had two bogeys and ...


Sky Sox owners contemplating move

By Staff

Minor League Baseball Sky Sox owners exploring move The Elmore Sports Group, which owns the Colorado Springs Sky Sox, announced Monday it is exploring moving the Triple-A franchise to San Antonio within the next three years. The Sky Sox ...


Bookcliff Invitational scores, April 4, 2016

By Staff

Bookcliff Invitational Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, par 71 Hosted by Grand Junction High School Team Scores 1. Rifle No. 1, 242; 2. Glenwood Springs No. 1, 261; 3. Grand Junction No. 1, 269; 4. Palisade, 275; 5. Eagle Valley, 277; 6. ...


Advance-care planning workshops offered during National Healthcare Decisions Week

By Erin McIntyre

It’s never too early to think about what you would want at the end of your life, health-care professionals say. Because if you don’t make your wishes known, someday it could be too late. That’s why the Advance Care Planning ...


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County Commission discusses offer on former administration building

By Gary Harmon

A man who aspires to map the world in detail wants to build a headquarters for his business in downtown Grand Junction. Aaron Young of the Kaart Group — “Kaart” being the Dutch Afrikaans word for “map” — is ...


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Staff: Guv an active backer of gas project

By Gary Harmon

Gov. John Hickenlooper’s staff has worked in Oregon, Washington, D.C., and in western Colorado to drive ahead a project to get Piceance Basin natural gas to market, an aide said Monday. “We’ve been busting our tails to help ...


Drilling regulations measure dies in House

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill to give local governments more say when it comes to oil and gas drilling fell into a well it couldn’t get out of Monday when the Colorado House narrowly defeated it. The measure, HB1355, would have ...


Counties worry about reduced voice under BLM’s plan revision

By Dennis Webb

Some county governments in Colorado and other western states fear that a proposed revision in Bureau of Land Management planning rules could reduce the role of local governments and states in the agency’s planning process. The proposal ...


Death Notices, April 5, 2016

By Staff

■ Sharon Faye Byers, 74, Delta, died April 1, 2016, at her home. Visitation will be at 6 p.m. today at the General Assembly and Church of the Firstborn in Delta. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Interment ...


Judge tosses agency’s decision on wolverines

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge in Montana on Monday vacated the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2014 decision not to list the wolverine as a threatened species, citing the threat to the animal of a warming world. In its decision two years ago, the ...


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