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Cross, Schultz among few left from Martin’s first class

By Patti Arnold

Marcus Cross and Taylor Schultz both did an about-face five years ago, and man, are they happy they did. “He wasn’t a new guy in my mind,” Schultz said, recalling his recruitment out of Grandview High School in Aurora, when ...


Pot entrepreneurs sniff out Palisade

By Amy Hamilton

In the 24-hour period following Tuesday’s election, the town of Palisade received about 10 phone calls and multiple inquiries from people who want to open up marijuana businesses or grow it on their land. At this rate there likely will ...

Western Slope lawmakers get leadership posts

By Charles Ashby

Now that the elections are over and state lawmakers know who will be at the Colorado Legislature next year, those lawmakers gathered Thursday to choose their new leaders. Three of them who will be in that leadership are from this side of the ...

GJ entrepreneur receives association’s award for excellence

By Katie Langford

Local businessman and entrepreneur Page Tucker received the Entrepreneur Excellence Award at the Colorado Technology Association’s annual Apex Awards on Wednesday. Tucker said he’s excited for how the recognition will benefit ...

Court rejects appeal in drug case

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Court of Appeals rejected a Clifton woman’s argument that she should not have been convicted of possession of methamphetamine because she had already used it up before being arrested by Mesa County sheriff’s ...

De Beque OKs mosquito-control district, but not funding

By Erin McIntyre

Although almost 300 voters in the De Beque area agreed to create a mosquito-control district this week, it appears that almost one-third of those voters didn’t want to pay for the district with their property taxes. A matter of 35 votes ...


Study: Idea to drain Powell badly flawed

By Gary Harmon

Making Lake Mead the primary water storage facility on the Colorado River isn’t as simple as it might seem and would require more study than it’s been given so far, says a study released Thursday. Backers of the Fill Mead First ...

Listen up: Our interaction with sound has changed

By David Goe

When Apple announced the iPhone 7 would not have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, my immediate reaction, much like yours, was WTF? I stream music off my phone more than I do on any device, often through a pair of chunky, traditional, over-the-ear ...

Blotter, Nov. 11, 2016

By Staff

Man arrested on warrants A 26-year-old man stopped by law enforcement on suspicion of shoplifting from Murdoch’s, 3217 Interstate 70 Business Loop, was arrested and ordered held on a $5,000 cash-only bond after deputies said he lied ...

Email Letters: November 10, 2016

By Staff

This Friday, do something to honor a veteran This country is great on the backs and patriotism of the common people that are veterans of the military. From George Washington to the brave men and women that are currently serving in the ...

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