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Passport rule change debated as gender becomes less defined

By The AP

DENVER — A Navy veteran from Colorado who does not identify as male or female is pushing the U.S. government to allow for a third gender option or get rid of gender designators altogether on passports, highlighting the argument that ...


Body camera video shows arrest of state lawmaker

By The AP

DENVER — Footage from a Denver officer’s body camera showing a Colorado legislator’s DUI arrest has been released. The Denver Post reports that state Rep. Dan Pabon can be seen in the video released Wednesday asking the ...


Colorado saw record-breaking 77.7 million visitors in 2015

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado has set another tourism record with the 77.7 million people who visited the state last year spending an all-time high of $19.1 billion during their stay. The Denver Post reports the state Tourism Office said Wednesday ...


Engineering growth at CMU good for area

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a humorous axiom about engineers that goes something like this: “They solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand.” Some of the same holds true for Colorado Mesa University’s ...


Printed Letters: July 21, 2016

By Staff

Sanders’ supporters need to show maturity When a candidate seeks any public office, it is not really that individual who is important, it is the ideas and concepts that he/she espouses and solutions he/she proposes. That is true from ...


Crushing police morale may be politically expedient, but it harms public safety

By Rick Wagner

One of the dangers of having so many atrocities occur in short periods of time is not just becoming numb to the violence but not having the time to analyze what’s occurred and learn anything from the events. To me, what should be most ...


Cory Gardner opts out of Donald Trump’s coronation

By Guest Columnist

By Mike Littwin The Colorado Independent http://www.coloradoindependent.com/160275/littwin-republican-convention-cory-gardner I have to give Cory Gardner credit. When faced with a choice, he stood up — or actually ducked out, but still ...


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St. Mary’s reaches new peak

By Charles Ashby

It’s taken 10 years, but the St. Mary’s Hospital Century Project is complete. The final two floors of the 12-story tower, the tallest building in the Grand Valley, were completed this week, and will be accepting their first ...


Police: Parolee check turns up drugs, guns

By Gabrielle Porter

Police who responded to a Grand Junction apartment early Tuesday morning to check on a parolee found another man armed with four handguns, as well as the parolee, his girlfriend and distribution levels of suspected methamphetamine and other ...


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Fruita celebrates its newest trail

By Amy Hamilton

Imagine biking or walking north and south in Fruita, safely navigating Interstate 70 , U.S Highway 6 and railroad tracks “without having to tangle with the traffic!” The saying by Fruita Mayor Lori Buck was touted in the ...


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