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It takes a village to create a thriving local economy

By Robin Brown

I attended a happy hour event earlier this week hosted by the Grand Junction Economic Partnership and Mountain Racing Products for Bicycling Retailer & Industry News — the premier trade publication for the bicycle industry in North ...


Golly what a gully!

By Greg Walcher

I remember my grandparents laughing at a famous old magazine cartoon. It depicted a bow-legged old cowboy with a gray beard seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time. His wide-eyed exclamation was, “Golly, what a gully!” The ...

Printed Letters: May 21, 2017

By Staff

Kudos for reviving Jordan Cove project Kudos to the Trump administration for reviving the Jordan Cove project and vowing to make the project a priority. It’s refreshing to have an administration that supports energy development and is ...

Path to child’s name change not without obstacles

By Gabrielle Porter

RELATED STORY: Shedding an abusive past Susie Smith was 15 when she was impregnated by her much older rapist. She kept the child. Now, years after her attacker was prosecuted, convicted, sentenced and paroled, the 30-year-old Mesa County ...


Shedding an abusive past

By Gabrielle Porter

AUDIO EXTRA: listen RELATED STORY: Path to child’s name change not without obstacles She’s so 14. Her nails are painted, but the paint is a little chipped — maybe from playing basketball with the neighbor boy, her best ...

Death Notices, May 21, 2017

By Staff

■ Marilyn Anderson, 74, Palisade, died May 14, 2017, at The Retreat at Palisade. A service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Palisade. She was a certified nursing assistant and church ...


Hickenlooper christens range at Cameo

By Rachel Sauer

Fortunately, he hit his target. It can’t have been easy aiming 100 yards downrange with about 150 people watching, but Gov. John Hickenlooper sighted the custom 6.5 Creedmoor rifle, made for the occasion by Mesa Precision Arms, ...

Topics at town hall with guv run the gamut

By Rachel Sauer

With less than 600 days left in office, Gov. John Hickenlooper is focusing on broadband access for every community in Colorado as central to the economic health of the state. At a community town hall meeting Saturday afternoon at Colorado ...


Lunar appellation: ‘Tour of the Moon Byway’ to replace Monument Loop

By Amy Hamilton

A young Kevin Costner made bicycling Colorado National Monument an epic journey in the 1985 movie, “American Flyers.” The movie was inspired by the Coors International Bicycle Classic, a stage race over the monument spanning eight ...

You Said It, May 21, 2017

By Staff

Just read on the front page that our new District 51 superintendent will have a contract for $205,000 a year. I find it interesting that we can afford to pay our superintendent approximately five times as much as most of the classroom teachers ...

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