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Divine timing

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Xhuljeta (think “Julieta”) Bajrami took in the splendor of falling water, lush vegetation and blue sky at Rifle Falls State Park on Thursday morning and put her paintbrush to work. The Kosovo artist, speaking through ...

81-year-old driver accused in Denver teen’s death dies

By The AP

DENVER — An 81-year-old woman accused of crashing into and killing a 13-year-old Denver boy has died. A family spokesman told KUSA-TV that Patricia Livingston died Saturday night at Denver Hospice as a result of complications from the ...

Trial delayed in western Nebraska barrel body case

By The AP

BRIDGEPORT, Neb. — A homicide trial has been delayed for a Nebraskan accused of killing a Colorado man and stuffing his body into a barrel. Court records say a new trial starting date of Nov. 14 has been set for 24-year-old Zachary ...

Braves strand 10 runners, swept by Rockies in 7-2 loss

By The AP

DENVER — Go figure: The Atlanta Braves had traffic on the bases nearly every inning and still lost. Stranding 10 runners doesn’t exactly help. Tyler Chatwood allowed one hit over five erratic innings, Trevor Story lined his ...

2 dead in Weld County wrong-way driver crash

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say two people have died after a pickup truck driving in the wrong direction on a highway slammed into another vehicle head-on in Weld County. The Denver Post reports that the names of the victims in Saturday ...

Student Spotlight, July 25, 2016

By Staff

■ Lucinda Colson of Grand Junction was named to the spring 2016 semester dean’s list at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. ■ Kevin Murray of Delta was named to the spring 2016 semester dean’s list at the ...


County coroner’s office moves into larger suite at new hospital

By Gabrielle Porter

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office’s move to its expanded suite at the new Community Hospital building didn’t come a moment too soon. The suite at the new hospital affords the office about twice the space in which to perform ...

Grant funds look promising for Palisade Plunge project

By Amy Hamilton

Behind-the-scenes work on an iconic bike trail that would drop off Grand Mesa and into Palisade is moving forward. The town of Palisade will be seeking a planning grant from Great Outdoors Colorado for the Palisade Plunge project, Town ...

Meeting planned on statewide trails today in Ridgway

By Staff

People who want to weigh in on trails across Colorado have one more chance to have their voices heard at a meeting today in Ridgway. The last of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife public meetings to discuss the Statewide Trails Strategic Plan ...

Light Gives Heat seeks funds for ‘Detroit’ documentary

By Staff

Light Gives Heat, a media company created by Grand Junction residents Dave and Morgan Hansow, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its third season of the documentary show “The FIND.” The campaign goal for “The FIND: ...

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