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By Dale Shrull

MONTROSE — Karl Jarvis dips his left shoulder and spins his kayak 360 degrees with a cascade of water following him around. The 28-year-old Glenwood Springs kayaker paddles and flips his craft sideways with impressive ease, then ...

Prep track results, March 28, 2015

By Staff

Cedaredge Invitational Saturday at Cedaredge BOYS Team Scores 1. Cedaredge, 148; 2. Eagle Valley, 141; 3. Montrose, 110; 4. Coal Ridge, 78; 5. Telluride, 39; 6. Paonia, 35; 7. Delta, 34; 8. Ouray, 33; 9. Grand Valley, 20; 10. Olathe, 17; ...


Legislature begins debate on budget

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Starting this week, the Colorado Legislature will begin debating next year’s proposed $27 billion spending plan, but most of those discussions are expected to center not on what’s in the budget, but how the state ...


Fruita man arrested on suspicion of six felonies, including 2 arsons

By Staff

A 33-year-old Fruita man was arrested Friday on six felony charges for his alleged role in a string of arsons, vehicle thefts and residential burglaries occurring Monday and Tuesday in Fruita. Jonathan Alexzander Waugh was arrested on ...

Blotter, March 29, 2015

By Staff

Help find 10 most wanted Mesa County Crime Stoppers is asking the public to visit the Grand Junction Police Department’s “Ten Most Wanted” list at under the “Police Department” link, where ...

You Said It, March 29, 2015

By Staff

Rather than trying to understand the situation and join in to try to find a positive solution, the representative of the local so-called patriotic organization decided to go ballistic and send out hate mail full of accusations. Thank you to ...


Expect chaos if legal pot suit prevails, Coffman says

By Gary Harmon

The Nebraska and Oklahoma lawsuit that asks the U.S. Supreme court to gut Colorado’s new recreational marijuana law misses the point and could have dire consequences for all three states, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman ...


Fruita police go slow rolling out new 
digital-evidence program for officers

By Paul Shockley

The city of Fruita’s famous bumper-sticker acronym — WTF, for Welcome to Fruita — may soon become a question at the Fruita Police Department. Where’s the footage? Eyeing a tentative start date of April 15, Fruita ...

Tipton will re-introduce his water rights measure

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will tweak a previous measure of his to have the federal government recognize states’ water laws, Tipton said Saturday at the Club 20 spring meeting. A measure he plans to carry this Congress will take ...

Overheard at the Club 20 spring meeting ...

By Staff

“When you have one endangered species eating another endangered species, it’s tough to get a win-win,” U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., on problems posed by the Endangered Species Act. “I would question whether we ...

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