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CMU falls to St. Edward’s in close battle

By Staff

With six minutes left, it was anybody’s game. Eimer Lopez had just scored on a driving layup to pull the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team within one point, 56-55, and the Mavericks needed one more push. Instead, 57 seconds ...


Fruita tops Monarch in 4A playoffs

By Scott Schlaufman

LAFAYETTE — The Fruita Monument High School football team has put in plenty of miles on the road this season, traveling as far as Colorado Springs and schools all around the Front Range. Next stop: Home and Stocker Stadium. The ...


Controlling roly-polys is not easy task

By Dennis Hill

I have a situation in my garden that I’m sure is common to many other gardeners. At the end of the growing season and the beginning of the next season, I add grass clippings and leaves in the garden and till the organic material in. ...


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Unlikely election win shuffles federal policy outlook

By Dennis Webb

The poll-defying victory of Donald Trump in last week’s presidential election has abruptly reshaped the political landscape when it comes to energy development in Colorado and the West. Oil and gas and coal-mining interests and ...


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Another week, another blocked kick, another Mavericks’ victory

By Patti Arnold

#Businessfinished. Well, the first step anyway. Now it’s up to the NCAA regional ranking committee, but shortly after 3 this afternoon, a nine-year playoff drought for the Colorado Mesa football team should end when the Division II ...


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Health care conversions unlikely before 2018

By Gary Harmon

The next Congress will almost certainly take up the Affordable Care Act in 2017, but policyholders and patients are unlikely to see any change until 2018. What those changes might look like is only now taking shape, with the emphasis on ...


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Change on a global scale

By Erin McIntyre

When Grand Junction native Jeff Dykstra and his family were living in Zambia a decade ago, he was paying up to $7 a jar for peanut butter. That peanut butter traveled across two inefficient borders, all the way from South Africa, yet about a ...


Best of Bridge, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Nov. 3: Carolyn Wiley and Marilyn McLaughlin; Helen Bledsoe and Sylvia Morrison. Nov. 4: Morrison and Wiley; Martha Scott and Pat Kelley. Nov. 8: Scott and Bledsoe; Doreen Pond and Judy ...


Traffic Alert, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Las Colonias Amphitheater Project: Eastbound Riverside Parkway will be closed from 9:30 a.m.–3 p.m. ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

The owners of one piece of western Colorado history have acquired another piece of the state’s history. And at some point, the public will be able to access that history in ways they haven’t in a long time — or ever, in some ...


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