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Grand Junction hits high temperature mark for October

By Staff

The unseasonably warm temperatures soaking the Grand Valley turn out to be record-breaking as well, the local weather service reports. The Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service said that temperatures reached 88 degrees at ...

Official says threat from Oregon shooting over

By The AP

ROSEBURG, OREGON — A sheriff’s spokesman says the threat has subsided following a mass shooting at a southwest Oregon community college. Authorities say the shooting Thursday at Umpqua (UMP’-kwah) Community College in ...

Wedding favors caused evacuation at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — A wedding gift was no joke to TSA agents checking bags in a screening room at Denver International Airport. An agent watching an X-ray monitor spotted wax and fuses inside a checked bag at the airport. TSA said the bride and ...

Tighter ozone rule could affect Rangely area

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency today announced a lower allowable standard for ground-level ozone, raising the possibility for western Rio Blanco County to be considered out of attainment with the limits for smog. However, the EPA’s ...

Email letters, October 1, 2015

By Staff

Management plans are a necessary response to save sage grouse and sagebrush steppe As a lifelong Westerner and sportsman, I am glad the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has charted a course to save the greater sage grouse. We’ve known for ...

Jury to decide on Frisco 2014 assault case

By The AP

FRISCO, Colo. (AP) — The case of a man accused of beating a man to death outside a Frisco motel last year is now in the hands of a jury. The Summit Daily reports jurors heard closing arguments Wednesday in 43-year-old Charles ...

Stephen Rice mug

Palisade man jailed on child porn allegations

By Staff

A Palisade man was arrested Wednesday after authorities found suspected images of child pornography on his laptop computer. Stephen Rice, 24, was jailed after investigators were tipped off about someone downloading child porn at a home on 37 ...

DNA tests show Utah skull found in 1996 was slain Nevada boy

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah authorities say DNA tests show that a skull found at a lake nearly two decades ago is that of a 4-year-old boy killed in Reno, Nevada. The Juab County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday that cold case ...


Study: West Salt Creek landslide path, pond changing

By Gary Harmon

The West Salt Creek landslide changed over the summer, as a water course formed to drain much of a pond formed by the slide and as the slide itself compacted and settled into place, according to scientists who are studying the ...

Utah man hired by NBA after redesigned team logos go viral

By The AP

ST. GEORGE, Utah — A St. George man has been contracted to design some graphics for the National Basketball Association after his redesigns of team logos gained attention on the Internet. KSL-TV reports that Addison Foote spent his free ...

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