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Carbondale Republican challenges Rep. Tipton

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., so far has no Democrat foe for the November general election, but he does have opposition within the Republican Party. Alex Beinstein, a 27-year-old Carbondale resident who grew up in the Roaring Fork Valley, ...

This week in the Legislataure for 3-28-16

By Staff

The annual budget, known as the Long Bill because of its length, is to be introduced today into the Colorado House. There, legislators will spend much of the week poring over it, and trying to make changes, completing that work by week’s ...


Easter bunny’s assistant

By Greg Ruland

Would-be Easter bunnies rolled hundreds of colored eggs across the pitch at Palisade Veterans Memorial Park on Sunday, preparing the scene for a horde of young bunny believers expected to arrive less than an hour later. With a gentle, easy ...


Little Book Cliffs were home on the range to Dave Knight

By Bob Silbernagel

If you’ve hiked or ridden horseback on a difficult trail in the Bureau of Land Management’s Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Range northeast of Grand Junction, you can bet Dave Knight traveled the same tough trail. Knight was a part ...

Cuban man jailed, under suspicion of cloning credit cards

By Greg Ruland

A 41-year-old, undocumented Cuban man continued to be held in Mesa County jail Sunday on $10,000 bond after the Colorado State Patrol found equipment and materials used to make fraudulent credit cards in the car he was driving, the Mesa County ...

Blotter: March 28, 2016

By Staff

Credit card fraud suspected A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of two people suspected of using a stolen credit card at a local liquor store, the Mesa County Sheriff’s office reported. Two ...


Student of the Week, March 28, 2016

By Staff

GPA: 4.375 After-school activities: Swim team, Interact club, National Honor Society, youth group Favorite book and author: “The Beauty Myth” by Naomi Wolf Favorite TV Show: Good question ... I don’t have Netflix so I ...

Child with lighter starts fire in bedroom of Clifton condo

By Staff

The uncle of a 6-year-old Clifton boy helped his family escape serious injury after a fire broke out in the child’s bedroom on Easter.  The boy, his mother and 1-year-old sister escaped with minor burns thanks in part to the ...

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Growing into her position

By Patti Arnold

Niki Robinson used to hear the snickers when she ran to her position at first base. C’mon, she’s all of 5-foot-3. First base? Really? “That was a position when I was younger, messing around and someone would say, ...


Study finds voters like reforms to elections

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado’s controversial election reforms have helped save the state money on running elections and increased voter turnout at the same time, a national study released last week shows. In its study specifically on an ...

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