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Blue-collar Maverick

By Patti Arnold

Daniel Salazar is a wrestler. Has been ever since he can remember. And since he was 4 years old, wrestling in the Little Warriors pee-wee program, there’s been one constant. “My dad’s told me this since I was a little kid, ...

Times set for 
prep playoff hoops games for area teams

By Staff

Game times and opponents for Fruita Monument and Palisade girls basketball teams are now set for tonight. In Class 5A, Fruita Monument, the fifth seed, will host No. 28 Legacy at 6:30 p.m. In the Class 4A playoffs, Palisade is seeded 14 and ...

Email letters: Feb. 23, 2017

By Staff

Immigrant roundup will be harmful to local businesses Today’s headline “Millions Targeted For Possible Deportation” struck me as totally terrifying.  Are we to become a police state reeking of Nazism, with individuals ...


Time to screen: Western Colorado man educates, inspires with film about dog-powered sports

By Ann Wright

It started with a twinge of envy as Kale Casey watched a neighbor cruise through his backyard pulled by his dogs. “I knew he was having such an incredible experience with his dogs,” Casey said. However, his dog at the time ...


Elephant Revival stomps the notion that there’s no new good music

By Rock Cesario

For close to 30 years now I have heard people proclaim “there is no good music out there.” That absolutely is not true. The folks who say that are not looking hard enough, or else they have closed their minds to it. I will grant ...

New Mexico panel backs special chile pepper license plate

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — With red and green chile saturating nearly every facet of life in New Mexico, a legislative panel on Thursday put its support behind a measure that calls for the creation of a special license plate adorned with the ...

Death notices, Feb. 24, 2017

By Staff

■ Marion D. Cunningham, 94, Grand Junction, died Feb. 21, 2017, in Grand Junction. Services will take place at 10 a.m. March 3 at First Baptist Church. He was a civil engineer. Survivors include his wife, Ardie Bell; two sons, Doug ...

Victim was foster mom to suspect

By Gabrielle Porter

The 14-year-old girl facing criminal charges in connection with a Mesa County woman found dead Feb. 13 was a foster child who had been placed in the woman’s home about a week earlier, according to recently unsealed court ...

No charges for drone operator who spooked horse, injured 3

By The AP

DURANGO — Authorities in southwest Colorado say the operator of a low-flying drone that spooked a horse, causing injuries, will not face charges. The Durango Herald reports that San Juan County Sheriff Bruce Conrad said Wednesday that ...

Armed robbery suspects who escaped bus arrested in Basalt

By The AP

ASPEN — Two armed robbery suspects who escaped after being spotted on a bus in the Aspen area are under arrest. The 19-year-old cousins were arrested by multiple officers on Wednesday night in Basalt after their car was stopped. The ...

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