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Guv seeks severance tax transfer

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper didn’t get all the severance tax money he wanted to help balance this year’s budget, so his office is asking state legislators to give him a little bit more. During budget battles at this year’s ...


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Sagebrush country, namesake bird topic of book

By Dennis Webb

Conservation photographer and author Dave Showalter thinks the West’s giant sagebrush ecosystem is taken for granted, overlooked, “considered drive-through country.” “For whatever reasons, that attracts me,” the ...


Free help offered for health insurance

By Greg Ruland

People who bought health insurance last year on Connect for Health Colorado, the state’s online health insurance market, must choose a new plan for 2016 because none of the existing plans renew next year, said Greg Olson, a health ...


Montrose 
entities 
take spat 
to court

By Amy Hamilton

The city of Montrose hauled the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office into court on Friday, adding another barb in the tug of war over how the agencies will provide emergency dispatch services in the future. Montrose County Sheriff Rick ...


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Lions spoil Mavs’dream

By Staff

In the ebb-and-flow game of volleyball, Colorado Mesa didn’t adjust as quickly as Arkansas-Fort Smith did Friday in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II South Central Regional tournament. With the Lions selling out to stop the middle ...


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Defense sets tone

By Jon Mitchell

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team’s start to the season sits well with senior post player Tori Catlett for more than one reason. Sure, the Tigers’ 39-21 nonleague home victory Friday against Pueblo Central gave ...


Gall, Snyder lift Fruita girls hoops team to win

By Staff

Angelique Gall scored 19 points Friday night and Riley Snyder added 18 points as the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team defeated Fountain-Fort Carson 69-34 in a nonleague game. The Wildcats (2-0) led 36-19 at the half, but ...


Boys prep basketball scores, Dec. 4, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction 66, Aurora Central 63 Warrior Challenge Friday at Central High School Aurora Central 13 12 13 25 — 63 Grand Junction 19 16 15 16 — 66 Aurora Central — Elijah Coleman 22, Ladarius Thomas 21, Usman Koromah ...


Wilcox hits clutch shot in GJ victory

By Matt Meyer

With 2.3 seconds remaining Friday, Grand Junction High School assistant boys basketball coach Dan Schmalz drew up a play that freed guard Jake Wilcox for a tie-breaking 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded, lifting the Tigers to a 66-63 win over ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Dec. 4, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction 39,
Pueblo Central 21 Friday at Grand Junction High School Pueblo Central 5 4 4 8 — 21 Grand Junction 10 12 9 8 — 39 Pueblo Central — Lauren Ranson 7, Bailey Trevithick 6, Jessica Lest 4, Sydney ...


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