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Boy lives dream of monster truck ride

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jaime Garcia, 11, has juvenile Huntington’s disease. His dream is to ride in a monster truck.  ...


Email Letters: December 19, 2016

By Staff

Democrats should turn to self-evaluation following election When will the Democrats turn to self-evaluation concerning the recent election? It wasn’t so much that the Republicans won, but the Democrats lost. Democratic voters were ...


Skiing world cup finals calling for more volunteers in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — Organizers of the 2017 FIS World Cup Finals are looking for double the usual number of volunteers to staff the major skiing event in Aspen. The Aspen Times reports that Aspen Skiing Co. is looking for between 500 and 700 ...


Snow, stranded crews causing problems for Frontier

By The AP

DENVER — Flight cancelations due to snow are continuing to cause problems for some Frontier Airlines passengers. The airline says about 70 percent of its flights were delayed over the weekend. Around 275 flights were canceled because ...


Denver’s defense can’t hide all of Broncos’ many flaws

By The AP

DENVER — Unlike a year ago, Denver’s dazzling defense can’t hide all the warts on offense or special teams. These Broncos are actually surrendering fewer points per game (18.4) than last year’s version (18.5) that ...


CU dealing with spike in demand for mental health services

By The AP

LONGMONT — The University of Colorado has seen an increase in the number of students seeking mental health services this year. The Times-Call reports walk-in appointments at the university’s Wardenburg Health Services grew by 32 ...


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Ailing boy’s Christmas wish: see a monster truck up close

By Katie Langford

All Jaime Garcia wants for Christmas is a monster truck. He has plenty in the miniature, but the 11-year-old had his heart set on the real deal, a massive vehicle with tires nearly as tall as he is. Jaime has juvenile Huntington’s ...


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Where energy, scenery co-exist

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management finalized a plan laying out how and where oil and gas leasing will occur around treasured public lands near Moab, Utah, and took another step toward doing the same in the area of Green River, Utah. The agency ...


Mavs post solid finish in Nevada tourney

By Staff

A stellar field of wrestling teams that included Division I teams didn’t intimidate Colorado Mesa on Sunday. The Mavericks finished eighth as a team Sunday at the Reno Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nevada, finishing the day as the ...


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Group formed to help fathers with special-needs kids

By Charles Ashby

Eleven years ago when Tanner was born with Down syndrome, his father, Grand Junction resident Jeramy Casteel, wasn’t quite sure how to cope. Since that time, Casteel’s struggled a bit, learning the hard way how to raise his ...


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