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New girls on the block

By Amy Hamilton

There’s a giddiness in the air as a number of teenage girls lead a host of visitors through their new home. The girls wander the halls showing guests the numerous bathrooms, their new rooms with brightly colored bedspreads and pillows ...


Student Spotlight, March 7, 2016

By Staff

■ Aerianna Preble of Parachute was announced as the 2016 Colorado Energy Scholar by the Colorado Mesa University Foundation, Colorado Mesa University Unconventional Energy Center and the Western Slope Colorado Oil and Gas ...


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Student of the Week, March 7, 2016

By Staff

GPA: 4.1 After-school activities: Volleyball, four choirs, worship band for church Favorite book and author: “The Chronicles of the Kings” series by Lynn Austin Favorite TV shows: “The Andy Griffith Show” or “I ...


Coal stream rule proposal scrutinized for costs, benefits

By Dennis Webb

A federal proposal to better protect streams from impacts of coal mining is coming under scrutiny regarding its level of necessity, particularly out West, and what benefits it would provide. The National Mining Association is criticizing the ...


Panel sets sights on state property sales

By Charles Ashby

The legislative panel that makes recommendations on state capital construction projects is considering introducing a bill into the Colorado Legislature this session to make clear what state agencies can do with property they sell. Under ...


Blotter, March 7, 2016

By Staff

Thieves take $1.5K in food Authorities are seeking information on suspects who stole food and drinks valued at more than $1,500 from a cooler outside of Dos Hombres Restaurant, 421 Brach Drive, sometime in the early morning hours of Nov. ...


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Double the fun: Art and music to split into 2 festivals

By Amy Hamilton

Why have one festival if you can have two? That’s the thinking behind the decision by Grand Junction’s Downtown Development Authority and the Business Improvement District to separate the downtown art and music festivals. The ...


This Week in Legislature, March 7, 2016

By Staff

From guns to abortion rights to banning certain practices by law enforcement officials, the Legislature has a full load of things to do this week. ■ Today: The House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee is to hear several ...


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Young skiers race Powderhorn

By Dale Shrull

One by one, ski racers sliced their way down the mountain, then eagerly listened for their time to be announced. Some racers kept a low position and clipped the gates with their shoulders speeding down the slope, trying to shave off every ...


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Kovac lifts Mavs to win over Regis

By Patti Arnold

Makayla Kovac analyzes just about everything in her life. It’s how the senior engineering major is wired. “Exactly,” the Colorado Mesa shortstop said Sunday, laughing. “That’s the problem. I was talking to the ...


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