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Death Notices, Oct. 4, 2016

By Staff

■ John Karl Humphrey, 65, Grand Junction, died Oct. 1, 2016, at St. Mary’s Hospital. No services are planned at this time. He was an aerospace manufacturer. Survivors include his wife, Diane; one daughter, Kristin Davidson of ...


Email Letters: October 3, 2016

By Staff

CareerWise Colorado attributes success to committed support of partners CareerWise Colorado is committed to bringing access to youth apprenticeships to communities across the state, including Grand Junction and Mesa County. But our work would ...


Air impacts from Utah projects hit BLM radar screen

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is working to address regional air-pollution impacts related not just to a Utah oil shale project near the Colorado border, but also to two northeastern Utah oil and gas projects that could result in more than ...


Guv goes after elder financial abuse

By Charles Ashby

In an effort to raise awareness about fraud against the state’s elderly, Gov. John Hickenlooper has declared the coming week in honor of seniors. The governor said in his proclamation declaring Oct. 2-8 as SeniorSafe Week that three ...


Tent city grows as crews work on Colorado Springs shelter

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A collection of tents have popped up in Colorado Springs just feet from where construction crews are working to complete a new homeless shelter. The Gazette reports that about 45 tents have appeared in downtown ...


Man shot, killed at Wheat Ridge apartment

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a man has died after breaking into an apartment in the Denver suburb of Wheat Ridge to find his ex-girlfriend. Police say the intruder, who has not yet been identified, exchanged gunfire with the man who lived ...


System disparity evident in Trump tax return

By The AP

DENVER — The leak of some of Donald Trump’s tax returns highlights enormous disparities in the tax code between high-income businesses and individuals and everyone else that may have allowed the Republican presidential nominee to ...


Powerful Hurricane Matthew a threat to Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba

By The AP

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Vulnerable Haiti braced for flash floods and violent winds from the extremely dangerous Hurricane Matthew as the powerful storm approached the hemisphere’s poorest country Monday. The eye of the Category 4 ...


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82 shopping days left until Christmas

By Rachel Sauer

It started, appropriately enough, with a greenhouse — a place where seeds sprout and new things grow. Lily Fitch’s father gave it to her, oh, probably 25 years ago for no other reason than he thought she’d like it. She did, ...


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Student of the Week: Central High School senior Melissa Gellermann

By Staff

GPA: 3.8 Favorite book and its author: “If I Stay” by Gayle Forman Favorite TV show: “That 70’s Show” Favorite band or musician: Shawn Mendes After-school activities: Softball Parents: Rich Gellermann and ...


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