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$2.9 million approved for flood repair projects

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado has approved $2.29 million in grants to repair streams and watersheds damaged by September’s historic floods. The Longmont Times-Call reports that the grants will go to projects in Boulder, Weld, Larimer and ...

Diamondbacks beat Rockies 5-3

By The AP

PHOENIX — David Peralta jabbed a couple steps to get his timing right, then raced toward home. The pitch was low, the throw back to the mound high and Peralta was safe with Arizona’s first steal of home in seven years. “It ...

Half of Colorado farmers markets take food stamps

By The AP

DENVER — More people shopping at Colorado farmers markets and farmstands can now use food stamps to pay for their produce. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says half of Colorado’s 140 registered farmers markets and stands are ...


37 counts add up to 164 years for felon

By Paul Shockley

A prison sentence of 125 years would have been too lenient for a one-day human crime wave in 2011, a Mesa County prosecutor argued Friday in court. After all, given the possible calculations and credits by the Colorado Department of ...

County’s letter favors local efforts to manage Gunnison sage-grouse

By Staff

Ranchers, politicians and community leaders will be getting together this week to discuss local efforts to conserve the Gunnison sage-grouse — a bird facing a potential listing on the federal list of endangered species. That listing ...


Colorado promotes its produce

By Staff

The Grand Valley’s distinctive crops took center stage Friday, as the area played host to a statewide delegation touring Colorado to bring focus to the state’s diverse agricultural economy. The Choose Colorado Tour team stopped by ...

Blotter, Aug. 9, 2014

By Staff

Mailbox blown up A vandal blew up a mailbox in the 2300 block of South Rim Drive on Thursday, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The inside of the box was damaged and blackened, and the doors were knocked off, department ...


Zeal over security goes too far, aviators say

By Charles Ashby

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is going too far with how it oversees security at airports, say officials at West Star Aviation in Grand Junction who want Congress to do something about it. Dave Krogman, general manager of the ...

Palacios, Padlo lead GJ Rox past Great Falls

By Staff

Javier Palacios picked up his third win of the season Friday night, and Kevin Padlo had three hits, including a two-run home run in the seventh inning, to lift the Grand Junction Rockies to an 8-3 win over Great Falls. It was Grand ...


Mountain’s majesty

By Staff

The wildflowers are in bloom in Yankee Boy Basin. The alpine basin, which is in Ouray County and located in the Uncompahgre National Forest, is renowned for its display of wildflowers during the summer and for Twin Falls on Sneffels ...

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