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Real estate transactions for the week of Nov. 17

By Staff

City   1318 16th St.            $95,000   12   Single Family   1365 2650 First St.            $99,200   1   Condo   861 1405 ...


Jeep means confidence and adventure, even close to home

By Michael St. Clair

When I was younger, my family and I would pile into our brown mid-sized sedan and ‘go-Jeepin’.’ This would involve driving the brown mid-sized sedan on dirt trails that were clearly not designed for mid-sized sedans. The fact ...

Colorado bus crash heads to trial 2 years later

By The AP

ASPEN — Passengers who were injured in a 2013 Colorado bus crash are finally getting their day in court. The Aspen Times reports that a Roaring Fork Transportation Authority bus flipped on its side in October 2013 after swerving to ...

New vision for airport

By Staff

The clouds had parted when the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority selected David Fiore to take over as executive director of the airport. Only a few days previous to that, the FBI had dropped its investigation of fraud allegations at ...

Death notices, December 7, 2015

By Staff

■ John Fagan, 53, Basalt, died Dec. 4, 2015, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Mr. Fagan was a carpenter. Survivors include his wife, Jane; one son, Jordan Floyd of Phoenix, Arizona; one daughter, Kaylee Fagan of Basalt; two brothers, ...


Tyler’s troops

By Amy Hamilton

The thing about giving is you’re not supposed to expect something in return. For 11-year-old Tyler Ziek, a student at Mesa View Elementary School, the giving part of one class assignment was kind of difficult for him. But it seems the ...

Dick Cheney to speak at Colorado Christian University

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Former vice president Dick Cheney is visiting Colorado. He’s set to speak Monday evening at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood about his new book, “Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Strong ...


Wilderness concepts forged 
in part at Trappers Lake

By Bob Silbernagel

On December 10, 1919, Arthur Carhart wrote a memorandum to Aldo Leopold on the subject of protecting some national forest lands from road-building, timbering, cabin construction and other development. “There is a limit to the number of ...


Student of the Week, Dec. 7, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 4.33 After-school activities: National Honor Society president, tennis team, founder of Model UN, Spanish Club president Favorite book: “The Giver” by Lois Lowry Favorite TV show: “House Hunters” Favorite band ...


Central boys basketball in ‘uncharted waters’

By Matt Meyer

Dating back to 2011, when Central High School boys basketball coach Ryan Hayden started his tenure, the Warriors had never won more than one of the first four games in any season. But this year, led by a core of juniors with ample varsity ...

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