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Printer of Palisade ballots made goof on Front Range

By Charles Ashby

Palisade residents are not the only voters dealing with problems with their ballots this election season. The Adams County Clerk’s Office reported on Friday that they, too, had problems with ballots sent to a select number of voters in ...


After parental complaint, book approved by school review panel

By Duffy Hayes

The best-selling but advanced-themed novel “Ender’s Game” by author Orson Scott Card will still be part of the District 51 language arts curriculum, after a special committee convened by the district voted to keep the text in ...


3rd Congressional District: Tipton vs. Tapia

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, a Republican, is seeking his third term against a challenge by Abel Tapia, a Democrat and former state senator and former director of the Colorado Lottery. Tipton and Tapia have largely disagreed on the role the ...


Park Service lowers its demand for whitewater outfitter insurance

By Dennis Webb

Insurance requirements for whitewater boating outfitters at Dinosaur National Monument still will increase, but by less than the agency had proposed last year. It’s a change the industry believes should make it more viable to continue ...


Blotter: Oct. 25, 2014

By Staff

Motel standoff resolved A man called Montrose police from a room at the Affordable Inn, 1480 S. Townsend Ave., in Montrose on Friday morning, and made threatening statements that included the use of firearms, prompting law enforcement to ...


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Win ... and wait

By Dale Shrull

Grand Junction High School took care of business on the football field, and now comes the waiting game. The Tigers took advantage of some sloppy play Friday night by Gateway to get a 42-12 South Metro Conference win at Stocker Stadium. But ...


‘Dogs pull out all stops to beat Devils

By Matt Meyer

GYPSUM — It took two halfback passes for touchdowns and two scores on fourth-and-goal Friday night for Palisade High School to edge Eagle Valley 26-14
in a Class 3A Western Slope Conference football showdown. Palisade improved to ...


Fast start keeps Delta in 4A playoff hunt

By Allen Gemaehlich

DELTA — There is one more week left in the regular season, but for the Delta High School football team, the playoffs have started. The Panthers, who entered Friday ranked 14th in the Class 3A wild card points system, are on the ...


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Rough outing

By Dale Shrull

Playing a near perfect first half, Regis Jesuit turned in a dominating performance in its final game before the Class 5A playoffs. The Raiders scored three touchdowns in their first 13 plays Friday on their way to defeating Fruita Monument ...


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Mesa volleyball team sweeps CSU-Pueblo

By Staff

With the newest members of the Maverick Hall of Honor watching Friday night, the 14th-ranked Colorado Mesa volleyball team swept CSU-Pueblo 25-16, 25-21, 29-27, the Mavericks’ 10th straight victory. The 1986 volleyball team, which was ...


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