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Wildcats get No. 19 seed in state lacrosse

By Staff

Girls Lacrosse Wildcats get No. 19 seed at state After an undefeated run through the Mountain League and a 14-1 overall record, Fruita Monument was selected to the Colorado High School girls lacrosse tournament. The Wildcats are seeded ...


Rice, two Tigers qualify for state golf

By Staff

Monday was a good day for Fruita Monument’s Katie Rice. Playing the par-71 Common Ground Golf Course in Aurora, she shot an 83 at the Class 5A Central Regional to place 10th and qualify for the state tournament. She is the only Fruita ...


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Let the (qualifying) games begin

By Patti Arnold

The countdown has begun — 19 days until the first pitch of the 2015 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Regional and district tournaments begin this week as teams start qualifying for one of the 10 spots in the NJCAA national ...


Garfield County officials: BLM sage-grouse plans take turn for worse

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County officials said Monday the Bureau of Land Management is considering even-stricter measures to protect greater sage-grouse than previously contemplated, rather than listening to concerns the county and others have raised. As a ...


Neighbors raise a stink about waste pit

By Amy Hamilton

The smells were “metallic” and entered their noses with a “burning sensation.” People said they “felt suffocated” and reported feeling that the air was “pressing on their chest.” If the winds ...


GJ council to study possibility of foreign-trade zone

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction will gather more information before deciding whether to bring other local governments into consideration of a foreign-trade zone. A consultant’s report on the possibility of such a zone is due to the City Council next ...


Son held in father’s death in Moffat County crash

By Dennis Webb

A 20-year-old Craig man was arrested Sunday after a single-vehicle accident in which his father died. The Colorado State Patrol said Logan Otis was driving a vehicle that rolled over around 5:05 p.m. Sunday on Moffat County Road 18 North. ...


Ballot changes being discussed in Legislature

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado voters would be able to see the fiscal impact of any proposed citizen’s initiative before they sign petitions to put measures onto the ballot, under a bill that won approval in the Colorado House on Monday. The ...


Enterprise zone may include Whitewater area

By Emily Shockley

All of Whitewater and a huge swath of surrounding acreage may be folded into Mesa County Enterprise Zone boundaries in hopes of bringing business to the shrinking area south of Grand Junction. Mesa County commissioners agreed Monday to send a ...


Death Notices, May 5, 2015

By Staff

■ Sue V. Dean, 80, Fruita, died May 2, 2015, at Family Health West. Private services will be at a later date. Survivors include three daughters, Elaine Burchett of Grand Junction, Angela Dean of Farmington, New Mexico, and Sherry ...


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