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Student of the Week, April 25, 2016

By Staff

GPA: 4.3 After-school activities: Cross country, swim team, volunteering with special needs with Steppin’ It Up LLC, teaching piano lessons, etc. Favorite book and author: Harry Potter series (I’m a huge Harry Potter fan!) by J.K ...


Property rights, reclamation foment tension near gas pads

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Property owners, energy companies and state regulators are struggling to deal with what can be conflicts between landowners’ desires for use of sites disturbed by oil and gas development, and the state’s goal of ...


This Week In The Legislature, April 25-29

By Staff

Last week, the House didn’t get to a controversial bill to turn the state’s hospital provider fee program to provide health care to the poor into a state-owned business, but it is scheduled to come up today. And like last week, ...


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Rivera’s expedition crisscrosses the wild Uncompahgre Plateau

By Bob Silbernagel

Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns about Juan Rivera’s 1765 expeditions from New Mexico to western Colorado. On Oct. 14, 1765, Juan Maria Rivera and his small band of explorers spent a miserable evening near the ...


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Holy matrimony! Six married couples hit half-century mark

By Amy Hamilton

It was a snowy, windy and biting cold day at the end of December 1966 in the Chicago area when Tom and Marge Gleason tied the knot. They left the big city next day, heading back to Grand Junction because it was their winter break where they ...


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Training overhaul keeps good dispatchers on the job

By Gabrielle Porter

A revamping of how Grand Junction public safety dispatchers are trained that led to a near historic high retention rate for new trainees in 2015 is largely tied to the efforts of one supervisor, according to the center’s operations ...


UNC investigates 44 bias-motivated incidents on campus

By The AP

GREELEY — The University of Northern Colorado is investigating 44 bias-motivated incidents on campus over the past year. The Greeley Tribune reports that those incidents range from students saying “gay” if they mean ...


Plans to expand national monument in San Luis Valley debated

By The AP

ALAMOSA — Plans to expand the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument northward from New Mexico into the San Luis Valley are getting more support and more opposition. Rio Grande Water Conservation District Board Member Dwight Martin said ...


Death notice, April 25, 2016

By Staff

■ Genevieve Eileen Randolph, 90, Grand Junction, died April 21, 2016, at HopeWest Care Center. Survivors include three sons, Preston Eugene Randolph, James Allen Randolph and Jerry Lynn Randolph, all of Grand Junction; one daughter, ...


‘Notarios’ deception target of measure

By Charles Ashby

A bill designed to protect immigrants from people claiming to be immigration attorneys or experts in immigration law is working its way through the Colorado Legislature. The measure, HB1391, is part of a national effort aimed at stopping what ...


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