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For Tipton, now is the ‘time for choosing’ on public lands

By Guest Columnist

By Scott Braden Efforts to dismantle our system of public lands are off to a brisk start in Congress, led by members who are hell-bent on transferring public lands to the states and ultimately privatizing them. These efforts include declaring ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 19, 2017

By Staff

Grand Valley should hold an outdoor show Major retailers are pulling out of Utah’s Outdoor Retailer show. Others are meeting with Utah officials about how the state presents itself. Both the Legislature and governor have been making lots ...

Finding a Colorado solution
 for health-care coverage

By Guest Columnist

By Kevin Patterson While the debate about state legislation to do away with Colorado’s health insurance exchange has added fresh fuel to the already intense debate to repeal or change the Affordable Care Act, for many in this state it ...

We can have it all if we’re willing to work toward compromise

By Robin Brown

Earlier this week, I was invited to sit on a panel hosted by Conservation Colorado to discuss how tourism fits into continued efforts for clean air, land, and water efforts in our community. There’s a pretty good chance that U.S. Rep. ...


Disappointment again

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — The photos won’t come down for another year. The quest to win a state wrestling title will now go into a fourth year for Grand Junction junior Dylan Martinez. After a gut-wrenching 3-2 loss in the Class 5A 138-pound ...


Meeker senior joins long list of Harveys as state champions

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — Four, three, two, one. As the clock ticked down Saturday night, the Meeker crowd’s roar got louder. Then it hit zero and Cowboys senior Sheridan Harvey celebrated with them after his 4-2 win over Paonia’s Sackett ...


GJ’s Rider dominates foes on way to winning second straight crown

By Scott Schlaufman

DENVER — There was no lack of pageantry for the final night of the Class 5A state wrestling championships. There were the dimmed lights as officials, coaches and wrestlers filled out the mats on the Pepsi Center floor for the Parade of ...



By Dale Shrull

The before and after a race is a stark contrast. Or is that a bark contrast? With the excitement of the run building, dogs go a little wacko. Barks, yelps and howls of all pitches fill the air, as the dogs are unable to contain their ...


Relief and expectation

By Jon Mitchell

DENVER — E.J. Barrera’s teammates waited patiently underneath the Pepsi Center stands Saturday night for their opportunity. As soon as Barrera finished doing media interviews after winning the 170-pound Class 4A state ...

Teams fight, CMU loses to ‘Jackets

By Patti Arnold

Connor Nichols side-stepped Black Hills State point guard Connor O’Hearn to get back on defense, then quickly turned and slapped the ball away. The Colorado Mesa sophomore forward then lunged for the ball as it rolled away from ...

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