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Canyon View playground closing for repairs

By Rachel Sauer

Parts of the Canyon View Park playground will be closed between Monday and Friday for surfacing repairs, and park officials are encouraging people to explore other parks in the city during that time. The protective surface, which was ...


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Tipton seeks 4th term

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, a Cortez Republican, is seeking his fourth term in the House of Representatives, beginning with the GOP primary on Tuesday. During his five years in the House, Tipton has focused on natural resources, especially water ...


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Beinstein to challenge Rep. Tipton in primary

By Gary Harmon

The United States has strayed far from the principles on which it was founded, and that had much to do with Alex Beinstein’s decision to challenge U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton in the 3rd Congressional District Republican primary on ...


For the record, June 25, 2016

By Staff

MARRIAGES Jesse Euel Hammett and Julieann Jo Richardson, May 27. Connor Gene Williams and Krysten Carolyn Lauridsen, May 28. Clint Stephen Cholas and Chelsea Lorean St. Pierre, May 28. Paul Joseph Hunter and Kaitlin Danielle Cole, May ...


Religion Briefs, June 25, 2016

By Staff

Purchase discount NightVision tickets Midnight Thursday is the deadline to purchase discounted tickets to the NightVision 2016 Christian Music Festival, happening July 15–16 in Olathe. Cost is $15 per person for a one-day pass and ...


Answer to question may depend on outcome you want

By Gary McCallister

INSTANT ANSWERS How long does it take to find answers to questions like, “How long does it take to find answers to questions?” Well, it’s hard to say because it depends on the answer you want.  If you already know the ...


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Dinosaur bones journey to Fruita lab

By Rachel Sauer

Fossils, it turns out, are a bit like loose teeth: When they start wiggling, it’s time for them to come out. So, paleontologists with the Museums of Western Colorado knew Monday that a burlap- and plaster-wrapped jacket containing about ...


Blotter: June 25, 2016

By Staff

Suspected meth found Law enforcement agencies seized “distribution amounts” of suspected methamphetamine while executing a search warrant in the 600 block of Susan Street on May 25, a report said. Officers found suspected ...


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Dinosaur bones ready for transport

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Volunteers hoist a block of dinosaurs bones from the Mygatt-Moore Quarry onto a truck to transport them to the lab at Dinosaur Journey.  ...


Baby boy pulled from GJ swimming pool

By Staff

Grand Junction police are investigating an incident in which an unresponsive infant boy was found and pulled out of a swimming pool at a north Grand Junction home early this morning. Police spokeswoman Heidi Davidson confirmed this afternoon ...


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