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‘Cats capture crown

By Dale Shrull

The game was far from a perfect 10 but there were plenty of 10’s to go around. The Fruita Monument girls soccer team defeated Central 3-0 on Tuesday at Walker Field and in the process, wrapped up the Southwestern League ...

Prep baseball scores, May 3, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction 8, Montrose 0 Tuesday at Montrose Grand Junction 404 000 0 — 8 12 0 Montrose 000 000 0 — 0 5 1 WP — Tyler Mantlo 7 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 10 K. LP — Hunter Davis 4 2/3 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 4 ...

Prep lacrosse score, May 3, 2016

By Staff

Girls Battle Mountain 16, Fruita Monument 15 Tuesday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: 10-8 BM Goals: Vanessa Nelson 6, Taylor Haller 3, Sonja Tierny 2, Reinah Norcross 2, Danielle Oleson 1, Jenna Oleson 1, Assists: Nelson 3, Brandi ...


Don’t feel the pressure

By Dixie Burmeister

I have finally conquered my fear of using a pressure cooker. Albeit, the one I’ve got is a new multi-purpose, electric, plug-in type and not the stove-top version from my childhood memories. I remember coming home from school and ...

In unusual move, Jordan Cove resolution sent to committee

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Even though it’s only a resolution that carries no force of law, House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst has sent a measure meant to offer legislative support for an Oregon liquified natural gas export project to a committee ...

Legislators to consider ballot measure on transportation funding

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Two Republicans introduced a measure into the Colorado Legislature late Monday calling for a ballot proposal asking voters to continue the trans-bonds measure that voters approved in 1999. That measure, known then as Referendum ...

Member: District 51 board’s credibility at stake over Pitton

By Katie Langford

The District 51 Board of Education must make a definitive statement on the status of Paul Pitton’s District B seat in order to maintain credibility, board President John Williams said at a work session Tuesday. Pitton currently lives ...


Fram officials fume 
after BLM returns 
oil, gas drilling plan

By Gary Harmon

The Grand Junction Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management will have to reconsider an oil and gas drilling plan in the Whitewater area. The Colorado state office of the agency on Tuesday sent the project back to the Grand Junction ...

Stormwater fee opponent wins vote

By Gary Harmon

Voters turned up their noses at the Grand Valley Drainage District’s stormwater fee in Tuesday’s election of a new director. Cody Davis, a Fruita contractor, captured 127 votes, or 52.5 percent, to farmer Robert “Tad” ...


Neighbor says man
 assaulted her with fists,
 tried to run her down

By Gabrielle Porter

A Mesa County man could face felony counts of vehicular assault, first-degree burglary and menacing as well as several misdemeanor charges after being accused of attacking his neighbor and trying to run her over in a truck. Keith Daniel ...

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