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Scott faults guv for pipeline failure

By Gary Harmon

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has sat on the sidelines as western Colorado officials have tried to marshal support for an appeal of a natural gas pipeline out of the Piceance Basin, state Sen. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, said ...


Caprock Academy, Palisade High seniors are Daniels Scholars

By Katie Langford

If waiting on college acceptance letters is the most nerve-wracking part of spring for a graduating high school senior, then waiting for scholarship letters is a close second. That wait is blissfully over for Palisade High School senior Kiara ...


Junction rapist from 1991 not eligible for release

By Mike Wiggins

A judge ruled that a former Mesa County man serving an indeterminate prison sentence for raping two women in Grand Junction in 1990 isn’t yet eligible to be considered for release. Mesa County Chief District Judge David Bottger last ...


Pegging Out, April 2, 2016

By Staff

Here are the March 31 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Barbara Chaplik, Grand Junction ■ Second place: Dolores Fread, Clifton ■ Third place: Tony Hober, Grand Junction ■ The Two Rivers ...


Traffic Alert, April 2, 2016

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week in the city: ■ Safe Routes to School Project: Crews will install new curb, gutter and sidewalk along West Orchard Avenue and Poplar Drive between 25 1/2 Road and West ...


Aging population will require problem-solving, group says

By Erin McIntyre

Colorado’s rapidly aging population presents unique challenges to aging adults, their families and their communities. Some of those challenges are financial, while others are a matter of resources or education, and a state group is ...


Speaker: Shift in energy is looming

By Gary Harmon

The domestic fuels industry is in deep trouble as the world shifts toward efficiency, dramatically reducing the need for new fuel sources, the founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute told Club 20 on Saturday. That means that coal- and natural ...


Your Town, April 2, 2016

By Tammy Gemaehlich

In typical spring fashion, I wore open-toed shoes on the day it snowed last week and a few too many layers on the day it was warm and sunny. However, when it came to choosing what today’s “Your Town: column should wear, I’m ...


Measure to sell beer, wine in grocery stores now needs signatures to get on ballot

By Charles Ashby

A proposed measure to allow for the sale of beer and wine in grocery stories has been cleared to start collecting signatures to get onto the November ballot, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office announced Friday. The proposal, known ...


The first step to receive proper long-term care

By Staff

Last week, we wrote about the risk of long-term care and the devastating impact it can have, especially when a family acts on misinformation. However, given the likelihood that most seniors will need some form of long-term care assistance, and ...


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