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Republican Men’s Club opposes Measure 2B

By Staff

Republican Men’s Club opposes Measure 2B Thumbs down on the Westside Beltway – 2B – and thumbs down on the local elected officials trying to peddle their influence for whom we should vote in the ...


Seely, Rider win national prep titles

By Tim Harty

Two of the Grand Valley’s best wrestlers were the best in the nation for their age and weight class last weekend in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Fruita Monument High School senior Jacob Seely, who won the Colorado Class 5A state title at ...


Colorado Mesa, CSU-Pueblo ranked in top 10 ahead of series

By Patti Arnold

The annual RMAC baseball series between Colorado Mesa and CSU-Pueblo never needs much hype. The Mavericks have won eight of the past 10 RMAC regular-season championships and the 2014 RMAC Tournament title. CSU-Pueblo won the 2013 tournament, ...


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JOINT Resolution

By Greg Ruland

he pain in her hands, feet and other joints was so great, a local woman said she understood why some people in the same situation might consider suicide. “I had to stay in bed 18 hours every day, but I never considered (suicide), thank ...


Car going wrong way ends up in water

By Duffy Hayes

A night of alleged drinking and drug use led to two men traveling along Interstate 70 late Sunday in the wrong direction, and their vehicle ending up down an embankment partially submerged in a low-lying area of the Colorado River. Other ...


Commissioners approve weed spraying, drainage project

By Emily Shockley

On Monday morning, Mesa County commissioners approved contracts for weed-spraying work and a flooding prevention project and gave the final nod for county staff to apply for a grant aimed at decreasing the number of people spending time in ...


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Rifle frosh shoots 74, wins by 
10 strokes

By Tim Harty

Fresh off playing basketball in Denver on Sunday, Elly Walters played her other sport Monday. That’s golf, and she’s pretty good at it, which was clear when the Rifle High School freshman defied the fact she’d never played ...


Health Brief, March 31, 2015

By Staff

Blossom Bariatrics adds to counseling services Blossom Bariatrics has partnered with Krista Carpenter of Lotus Counseling to provide additional pre- and post-operative bariatric surgery counseling. Performing more than 30 surgeries per ...


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President acknowledges local doctor

By Gary Harmon

Dr. Glenn Madrid doesn’t see all his patients every day, but he’s able to keep up with them using an innovative program that earned recognition from President Barack Obama. Madrid, a Grand Junction physician, and his partners at ...


Dems OK minimum wage increase; GOP has votes to block it

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado House gave preliminary approval to two measures Monday that would raise the state’s minimum wage, but those victories are expected to be short-lived. One measure, HB1300, which would allow local governments to raise the ...


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