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Rockies are a powerhouse, at least on my fantasy team

By Rick Jussel

I am a big fan of fantasy baseball. Many of you know that, some even doing battle with me over a summer or two. is normally where I go to rake in the dough. It is this process of dabbling with real players in a phony scenario ...

Death Notices, April 6, 2015

By Staff

■ John F. “Buck” Connaway, 78, Grand Junction, died March 27, 2015, at his home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church, 522 White Ave. Mr. Connaway was the owner and operator of Connaway & ...

Co-ops to get break on compliance with renewable energy

By Dennis Webb

A bill that has cleared the Colorado Legislature would ease how Colorado’s 22 rural electrical cooperatives meet part of their renewable energy requirement. Senate Bill 15-046 cleared the House of Representatives by a unanimous vote ...

CMU Holocaust Awareness series begins this week

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University will present its annual Holocaust Awareness Series today through Thursday. The series features film screenings, speeches and events that explore various aspects of the Holocaust and incidents of genocide throughout ...

Man appeals anti-gay cake ruling

By The AP

DENVER — A Castle Rock man is appealing a decision by the Department of Regulatory Agencies that determined Azucar Bakery in Denver did nothing wrong when it refused to write anti-gay words on a cake. In its ruling, the Colorado Civil ...

Mountain tunnels will have night closures on I-70 most of April

By The AP

SILVERTHORNE — Drivers traveling at night through the Interstate 70 mountain corridor can expect delays as crews install a fixed fire suppression system in the Eisenhower-Johnson tunnels for 20 nights starting Monday. The Colorado ...

2 roof workers injured when house explodes

By The AP

FIRESTONE — Two roof workers were injured when the second floor of a house in Firestone exploded while they were working. Authorities say the explosion on Saturday blew out the windows of the second story of the home. Both workers were ...

You Said It, April 5, 2015

By Staff

Kudos to the Fruita Police Department and Police Chief Judy Macy to improve public safety and the safety of the officers protecting our community. I just hope they post the photos and videos so we the citizens of Fruita can be made aware of ...


Montrose schools superintendent to resign

By Mike Wiggins

Montrose and Olathe School District Superintendent Mark Mac-Hale will resign at the end of June after four years on the job. The district announced Mac-
Hale “has agreed to resign” effective June 30 and is on leave until ...

Motorcycle accidents leave man dead, 2 women injured

By Mike Wiggins

One person was killed and two others were injured as a group of riders were traveling on Colorado Highway 65 on Saturday afternoon, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The accidents happened at 12:45 p.m. at mile marker 58, about two ...

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