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Event-center supporters raise $48K for their cause

By Amy Hamilton

A campaign to construct and run an event center in Grand Junction, known as measure 2A, has collected nearly $48,000 in contributions. Most of the campaign donations derive from the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce and the nonprofit ...


Economy robust, meaning cuts loom

By Charles Ashby

State economists told legislators Friday that upward momentum in Colorado’s economy means it is doing well, but it also means the state’s budget isn’t. That’s because of constraints on how that budget is balanced ...


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Bennet talks politics, health care at town hall meeting in Junction

By Charles Ashby

More than 240 years ago, the nation’s founders weren’t sure if, much less how long, the United States would survive, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet told a crowd in Grand Junction on Friday. Imagine their surprise if they could see that ...


Delta police issue warrant in vehicular homicide case

By Staff

Delta police on Friday issued an arrest warrant charging a Massachusetts man with vehicular homicide for causing a fatal accident along U.S. Highway 50 in February. Police said James H. Catlin, 31, of North Quincy, Massachusetts, was under ...


Blotter: March 18, 2017

By Staff

Meth, burglary suspected A 38-year-old man arrested Tuesday with about 4 grams of suspected meth and a debit card belonging to someone else faces felony counts of drug possession with intent to distribute, criminal possession of a financial ...


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For beloved social activist, a life well-lived will end too soon

By Erin McIntyre

Connie Murillo lies in bed, eyes closed, with her signature plastic-framed glasses still perched on her face. Her vibrantly tattooed forearms gently rise and fall with each breath, her hands crossed and resting on her stomach. The ...


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Noland tosses
 5 no-hit innings in Palisade loss

By Matt Meyer

Max Noland didn’t shrink from his first start of the season on the mound Friday night for the Palisade High School baseball team, even against the top-ranked team in Class 4A and with Colorado Mesa University baseball coach Chris Hanks ...


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Rifle meet a chance for track athletes to get up to speed

By Dale Shrull

RIFLE — The early track and field season is for knocking the rust off and starting the process of rounding into shape in time for the state meet. Friday, a few competitors already seem to be in midseason form. Michael White, who ...


No bond for two suspects in GJ slaying

By Gabrielle Porter

A Mesa County judge ordered two murder suspects held without bond Friday following their arrest in connection with a Wednesday night shooting that might have ties to an outlaw motorcycle gang. Richard Alexander Byrd, 48, and Rufus Billups, ...


Prep baseball scores, March 17, 2017

By Staff

Valor Christian 4, Palisade 0 Friday at Suplizio Field Valor Christian 000 001 3 — 4 8 0 Palisade 000 000 0 — 0 3 1 WP — Luke Ziegler 6 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 2 BB, 11 K. LP — John Taber 2 IP, 4 R, 8 H, 0 BB, 2 K. Valor ...


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