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Some pep in their step

By Tim Harty

Buried in the grave it dug for itself in the sixth inning Wednesday night, the Palisade High School softball team rose from the dead in the seventh. And fittingly, a dropped foul popup gave Palisade No. 3 hitter Caitlin Charlesworth new life ...


Three-setters lift Fruita

By Staff

Similar to its previous meeting against Central High School, Fruita Monument’s boys tennis team had to win some three-set matches Wednesday as the Wildcats defeated the Warriors 6-1 in a nonleague dual between the two Southwestern League ...

State gets another grant to integrate health care

By Charles Ashby

The state’s effort to integrate health care beyond a patient’s most immediate medical needs got another boost from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Wednesday. Colorado’s Collaborative for Practice ...

Energy industry group ‘overjoyed’ after injunction on federal mandate

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge in Wyoming has halted at least for now the Bureau of Land Management’s implementation of a new rule governing hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells, questioning the agency’s legal basis for regulating the ...


Seed project in the works
 to make park wag-worthy

By Gary Harmon

The large, active dog section of Canyon View Dog Park will reopen in the spring with a fresh coat of grass. Grand Junction parks officials closed the center section of the dog park on Monday and began seeding the area with a tall fescue grass ...

‘No excuse’
 app won’t
 let school 
bullies win

By Amy Hamilton

There’s no longer an excuse for students to allow bullying or to be a passive observer to someone who is being bullied. Mesa County School District 51 rolls out a new online tool today for students to report bullying. Students can ...


Rubinstein applies for Mesa County DA’s job

By Paul Shockley

A veteran Mesa County prosecutor is the lone candidate to serve what’s left of District Attorney Pete Hautzinger’s final term. Chief Deputy District Attorney Dan Rubinstein, 44, had submitted the only application to Colorado Gov. ...

Professional, occupation license fees will cost less

By Charles Ashby

Over the next two years, professional and occupational license fees will go down by as much as $2 million overall, the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies announced Wednesday. The agency said the reduction will impact more than 50 ...

Death notices, Oct. 1, 2015

By Staff

■ Charles Abney Beck, 74, Clifton, died Sept. 28, 2015, at Hope
West Care Center. A family service will be held later. He is survived by one brother, Richard N. of Monument; two sisters, Jane Ann Bacon of Hoquiam, Washington, and ...

Tipton voted for both resolutions

By Gary Harmon

The U.S. House of Representatives sent two 2016 spending measures to the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, both aimed at keeping the federal government in business and both supported by U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. One version of the continuing ...

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