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Stopping the invasion

By Dave Buchanan

If Pete Firmin has his way, Connected Lakes State Park is going to look very different in the near future. The popular park at the end of Dike Road, where the Colorado River takes a big bend around 24 Road, already has changed, at least from ...


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‘Win-win’ solution for Roan Plateau

By Dave Buchanan

For all of its isolation, the Roan Plateau has long been the center of attention. From energy demands to fishing, hunting and just getting away from the rest of the world, the plateau has served as a literal and figurative benchmark in the ...


You Said It, Nov. 23, 2014

By Staff

Editor’s note: We want to know what you’re thankful for this year. Email us and we’ll run your thoughts next Sunday, Nov. 30. Charter spends so much TV time bragging how great they are that it makes me want to puke. Just ...


Survivors of loss to suicide brace for holiday season

By Rachel Sauer

Her name is Mary, and she lost her brother to suicide two and a half months ago. Besides the grief and the heartbreak and the crushing sadness, there’s this: the holidays. “I don’t know what to do about them,” she said ...


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Parking soon to expand at arch

By Rachel Sauer

The parking area at Delicate Arch/Wolfe Ranch in Arches National Park will be expanded beginning in the winter/spring of 2015. The decision to do so was finalized at the beginning of November after the National Park Service announced a ...


Blotter: Nov. 23, 2014

By Staff

Asian restaurants target of group of thieves A group of thieves is targeting Asian restaurants on the Western Slope and Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for the public’s help in finding them. Thefts at restaurants in Grand ...


CMU in regional VB final

By Patti Arnold

The CMU volleyball team uses homecourt advantage to reach regional title match.  ...


Your Town, Nov. 23, 2014

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Here’s my time-tested recipe for a blessed Thanksgiving Day: Serves: However many you can fit at the table Ingredients: ■ 1 huge helping of family and friends. ■ 1 large heaping of hugs. ■ Equal dashes of pilgrims ...


Pegging Out, Nov. 23, 2014

By Staff

Here are the Nov. 20 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Becky Dominic, Clifton ■ Second place: Alene Inman, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Jerry Betts, Grand Junction ■ Fourth place: Carl ...


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New truck route around downtown Delta spurs boosters to launch business improvement district

By Greg Ruland

Some Main Street Delta business owners are concerned the city’s debt on a $15 million truck bypass will prevent it from funding improvements to Delta’s historic downtown. Others are concerned the new route will steer thousands of ...


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