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End of roundabouts’ construction still on horizon

By Amy Hamilton

Construction on Horizon Drive won’t be complete in time for the Junior College World Series, but traffic should flow well through the area even with an influx of visitors, according to local officials. One lane of traffic through ...

Mass x distance / time = professional windbag

By Gary McCallister

I’ve tried to explain to my wife that it isn’t as easy being a professional windbag as it looks. I spent years in preparation: undergraduate degree, graduate school and scientific conferences. Somehow she still thinks what I do ...

Valley brings ‘Hydropot’ firm into Jump-Start

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County has landed another new business through the state’s Rural Jump-Start Tax Credit Program, the Grand Junction Economic Partnership announced Friday. The Colorado Economic Development Commission, which oversees the program, ...

Death notices, May 21, 2016

By Staff

■  Mary Jane “MJ” Brown, 77, Grand Junction, died May 18, 2016, at her home. Services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Interment will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Dillon Cemetery in Dillon She ...


Ex-broker, 55, may face more charges for insurance fraud

By Gabrielle Porter

A Grand Junction man who in 2015 surrendered his state insurance selling license for issuing false insurance policies and pocketing the money has been arrested and accused of committing similar crimes — for the second time this ...

Email letters, May 20, 2016

By Staff

Elected officials need to start making progress on clean energy future I am writing this letter as a concerned citizen. There has been a lot of political “posturing” and arguments on the part of our elected officials regarding the ...

Vail council considers electric bikes on recreational paths

By The AP

VAIL — Vail’s Town Council has asked staff to write regulations for a trial of electric bikes on paved recreation paths. The Vail Daily reports that at a council meeting this week, officials and community members discussed pros ...

Former RTD manager who took bribes gets 18 months in prison

By The AP

DENVER — A former manager for the Denver-area Regional Transportation District has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for taking bribes from a contractor. The Denver Post reports 62-year-old Kenneth Hardin was sentenced Thursday and ...

Body found identified as Pierce biker group killing victim

By The AP

GREELEY — The remains found near Cheyenne, Wyoming last month have been identified as those of a woman who authorities say was killed by a former town board member from Pierce and a group of bikers. The Greeley Tribune reports the Weld ...

Congressional panel holds Denver hearing on VA health care

By The AP

DENVER — A congressional subcommittee is holding a hearing in Denver to take testimony on VA hospitals and on prescription drugs for veterans. The House Veterans Affairs subcommittee on oversight and investigations is scheduled to hear ...

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