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Locked-in Lockhart

By Tim Harty

Valor Christian’s Haley Showalter now resides in Madison, Wisconsin, where throwing heavy things long distances is paying for her education at the University of Wisconsin. Last spring as Showalter let fly with untouchable tosses of the ...


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Stellar ski season coming to a close at Powderhorn

By Dale Shrull

It’s the last chance to hit the slopes at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. After one of the best snow seasons in years and the opening of the Flat Top Flier high-speed quad lift, it’s been a memorable season for the resort. Powderhorn ...


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Bill allows ‘action’ on federal land, sponsors say; Dems beg to differ

By Charles Ashby

Republicans see a measure that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Wednesday as a way to ensure local authorities have access to federal land to put out fires. Democrats, however, say the same measure was nothing more than a ...


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Buyers gain borrowing power at RV show

By Greg Ruland

Approaching the Mesa County Fairgrounds from U.S. Highway 50, first-timers might feel overwhelmed by the gleaming array of 21st century super vehicles parked there in anticipation of “the largest annual RV show in western ...


Group backs bill to relocate regional center residents

By Charles Ashby

The folks who run one of the private providers for the intellectually and developmentally disabled in the Grand Valley want to make sure family and guardians of residents at the Grand Junction Regional Center have accurate information before ...


Art appraisal clinic in GJ next weekend

By Katie Langford

It’s a little bit of “Antiques Roadshow” and a whole lot of Native American history, a perfect combination meant to draw new and returning supporters of the Museums of Western Colorado. The Native American Art Auction and ...


Time short to drop off ballots for municipal races

By Amy Hamilton

Voters on each end of the Grand Valley have a few more days to get their municipal ballots to their city halls. Palisade has one contested seat, the mayor’s position, which is being sought by current Trustee Dave Edwards and current ...


Sports Briefs, March 30, 2016

By Staff

College Basketball Mavs’ Stephan earns another honor Colorado Mesa senior center Ryan Stephan was selected as a first-team Division II Bulletin All-American this week, adding to his collection of postseason honors. The Lakewood ...


Death notices, March 31, 2016

By Staff

■ Thomas “Tom” Cox. 89, Clifton, died March 30, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will take place at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Bertha; two daughters, Cathy Bell and Sheila Lee, both of ...


Local golf results, March 30, 2016

By Staff

Chipeta Men’s League March 28 Low Gross/Net Front Nine First Flight Gross — 1. (tie) Matt Jones Sr., Tim Stern 34. Net — 1. Ken Buterbauch 29; 2. Todd Zopf 30. Second Flight Gross — 1. Ken Ivie 34; 2. Tom Fowlds ...


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