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 drilling plan drawing flak

By Dennis Webb

The company that bought the oil and gas leases for the Battlement Mesa residential development wants to start drilling within the community, reigniting a debate that started in 2009 with a proposal by the previous leaseholder. Some residents ...


Libertarian candidate plans promotional ‘canna-balls’

By Charles Ashby

An Aspen man who is running for Senate District 5 wants to remind voters there that the Republican and Democrat in the race aren’t the only candidates whose names will appear on the ballot in November. Edward Lee Mulcahy’s name is ...


Advocate: Reiner can list name only once on ballot

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner is running for a second four-year term, so it’s obvious that the woman who runs elections in the county would have her name on the fall ballot. But to one longtime election-integrity ...

Neal prefers Colorado tests to Common Core

By Emily Shockley

It’s probably too late to cancel new standardized testing scheduled to roll out this spring in Colorado, according to Republican incumbent and State Board of Education candidate Marcia Neal of Grand Junction. But she would prefer a test ...

Blotter: Oct. 3, 2014

By Staff

Driver flees scene of hit-and-run accident A pedestrian was struck and the driver of the truck involved fled the scene near 28 1/2 Road and Texas Avenue Thursday night. The person was struck around 7:40 p.m., and radio traffic indicated ...


Rifle run game too much for Central

By Matt Meyer

Step right up, spin the wheel and pick a Rifle running back. Five different players scored rushing touchdowns Thursday night as the Bears’ backfield tore up the turf in the second half, rushing for 360 yards as a team as Rifle topped ...

Bratt returns to pitch ‘Cats past Junction

By Dale Shrull

It’s been a long two weeks away from the pitching circle for Olivia Bratt. The Fruita Monument pitcher returned with a vengeance as the Wildcats mowed down Grand Junction 11-0 in five innings in a Southwestern League softball game ...

Fruita Monument boys soccer team slips past Central

By Staff

The only goal of the game was an own goal by Central High School in the 11th minute as Fruita Monument defeated the Warriors 1-0 in a Southwestern League boys soccer game Thursday at Walker Field. The win was only the second of the season for ...


Making some racket

By Tim Harty

Fruita Monument’s Matt Harris and Randy Hurshman lived up to their top seeds at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, and three of the Wildcats’ four doubles teams will join them in playing for regional championships today. Five finals. All in ...

Mavs dominate Colorado Christian

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University men’s and women’s tennis teams rolled to easy wins against Colorado Christian on Thursday at the Elliott Tennis Center. Both CMU teams won 9-0 with every singles match a straight-set romp by the ...

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