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Thousands turn out for weekend gay pride events

By The AP

DENVER — People in wheelchairs, walking on stilts and riding rainbow-decorated motorcycles turned out for gay pride events over the weekend, including participants in a Denver parade who carried posters of the names or faces of the ...


Sanctuary and assent

By Amy Hamilton

One by one on Sunday night, several dozen people who attended a service for the victims of last week’s Orlando shootings lit a candle. Soon, the heat from the candles glowed with warmth at the altar draped in a rainbow-colored tapestry ...


Schwartz outpaces Tipton in latest funds

By Charles Ashby

Though she’s only been in the race for about three months, Democrat Gail Schwartz outraised the Republican she hopes to replace in Washington, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton. Schwartz, a two-term member of the Colorado Senate whose district ...

Student Spotlight, June 20, 2016

By Staff

■ Mason Oxford of Hotchkiss and Kendall Franks of Montrose were named to the spring 2016 semester honor roll at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. ■ William Meyer of Grand Junction graduated May 22 with a ...

Students who speak 2 languages might receive certification

By Katie Langford

Students who spend years memorizing vocabulary words, verb tenses and gendered nouns will soon be able to earn a tangible sign of accomplishment through School District 51’s proposed certificate of biliteracy. The certification, which ...


Blotter, June 20, 2016

By Staff

Motorcycle stolen in May Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is seeking the public’s help to identify a male suspect who stole items from Modern Classic Motors, 975 Independent Ave., sometime May 21 or May 22. According to Crime Stoppers, ...


102 degrees forecast for Junction

By Amy Hamilton

Just when it seems it can’t get any warmer, high temperatures today are expected to be the toastiest so far this year. The mercury is expected to rise to a whopping 102 degrees today, according to the National Weather Service in Grand ...



By Patti Arnold

Mike Nikorak is the first guy on the practice field, eager to start his second professional baseball season. He’s often the last guy off the practice field, too. Last summer is a distant memory to the Colorado Rockies’ second pick ...


Japanese bombs struck Collbran, Delta as World War II came to end

By Bob Silbernagel

By June of 1945, World War II in Europe was over. Germany had surrendered the month before. But Japan was still fighting, and it was continuing its aerial bombardment of the United States mainland. Few Americans knew about that bombardment ...

Best of Bridge, June 19, 2016

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: June 9: Carolyn Wiley and Marilyn McLaughlin; Sharon Snyder and Helen Bledsoe. June 10: Bledsoe and McLaughlin; Martha Scott and Pat Kelley. June 14: Rocky Otto and Cheryl Spray; Jean Paradis and ...

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