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Printed Letters: April 21, 2017

By Staff

Park Services provides a positive field trip I recently had the opportunity to attend a field trip for the second-grade class from Dual Immersion Academy to the Colorado National Monument. I wanted to tell the Park Service and the volunteer ...


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A horse of a different color

By Greg Walcher

The animated movie, “Spirit: The Stallion of the Cimarron,” has entertained a generation of children. It is the story of a courageous wild horse that gets captured by the Cavalry, then by an Indian, and later by a nasty railroad ...


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“The Head and Heart” by David Starr

By Dean Humphrey

David Starr performs a single from his new EP album.  ...


Two sides far apart in freeing up state transportation funds

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A game of chicken is going on in the Colorado Legislature over a measure to help fund transportation projects and help free up money in the state’s budget for other programs, and rural hospitals are caught in the ...


Drainage District
 has collected $1M 
in utility fees, so far

By Gary Harmon

Residents and businesses have sent in nearly $1 million in response to the second round of utility bills sent out by the Grand Valley Drainage District. “The citizenry has responded” to the bills, General Manager Tim Ryan told the ...


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Feller scores early goal, adds another late in Bulldogs’ win

By Jon Mitchell

Sami Feller’s first goal of the game against Steamboat Springs on Thursday is one she didn’t expect to get. It turned out to be the only one the Palisade High School girls soccer team needed. That goal, which trickled out of the ...


Montrose snaps four-game skid with victory over Central

By Staff

The Montrose High School girls soccer team scored a goal in the first half and made it hold up in a 1-0 win over Central on Thursday at Long Family Park. The Indians (4-7, 1-4 Southwestern League) dominated possession for much of the first ...


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48 years in GJ girl’s murder

By Gabrielle Porter

Two women who admitted their roles in the brutal abuse and murder of a 3-year-old girl in Grand Junction last year were sentenced Thursday to 48 years in prison each, the maximum sentence allowed under their plea agreements. It’s not ...


Utah theft included 
health fair patients’
 personal information

By Katie Langford

Personal information about Western Slope health fair participants was involved in a February car theft and has not been recovered, according to a blood screening company that serves health fairs in Delta, Montrose and Gunnison. A vehicle ...


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Suspect in armed robbery caught in store video

By Staff

Law enforcement hopes someone from the public can help catch a man caught on surveillance during an armed robbery early Thursday. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said a masked man entered Slick Ricks Entertainment, 2923 North Ave., ...


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