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Trooper replaces family’s totaled tree

By Amy Hamilton

A thoughtful gesture from a Colorado State Patrol trooper helped soften the blow of a traffic crash that injured four members of a Fruita family. After spending a glorious day in fresh snow on Grand Mesa picking out the perfect Christmas ...


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An icy wonderland

By Erin McIntyre

OURAY — Tall spires of ice dangle from the canyon walls, like craggy teeth clinging to the maw of a giant rocky beast. In some places, the layers have thickened to the point where a bluish glow seems to emanate from within the ice, ...


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By Gabrielle Porter

The February shooting death of Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer isn’t just historic in that it was the first time in 110 years that a Mesa County deputy was killed in the line of duty. It also marks Mesa County’s ...


Atlantic Aviation finishes $9 million in upgrades at Rifle GarCo Airport

By Dennis Webb

The fixed-base operator at the Rifle Garfield County Airport has finished nearly $9 million in upgrades, in what’s just the latest in a series of improvements and positive developments for the county-owned facility. Atlantic Aviation ...


University will offer tech ed in district of Montrose

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University will offer technical education programs to Montrose County School District students starting in fall 2017, enabling students to earn college and high school credit at CMU’s Montrose campus. The agreement was ...


Charging stations for electric vehicles to link three states

By Charles Ashby

Three governors from Colorado, Utah and Nevada want to create a corridor linking their states for electric vehicles. The plan from Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is to create a series ...


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Junction financier will be participating in ag leader program

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction financier will be among 20 others from around the state to participate in the next class of the Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program. That program, a nonprofit organization, is designed to help strengthen the ...


Death notices, Dec. 26, 2016

By Staff

■ Ron Smith Ross, 86, Delta, died Dec. 22, 2016, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Cremation has already taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Perkins Ross; one son, Thad ...


Blotter for 12-26-16

By Staff

San Miguel manhunt The San Miguel Sheriff’s Office issued a warrant for a southwest Colorado man who is wanted on multiple offenses and is considered armed and dangerous. Robert William Koontz, 33, is wanted on suspicion of ...


You Said It, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

Editor’s note: Throughout the year the You Said It editor gets submissions that run the gamut from funny to grouchy, to heartwarming to name-calling. And sometimes there are some real head-scratchers. So here, as we start a new year of ...


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