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Volunteers take on desert dirty work today

By Amy Hamilton

PHOTO GALLERY: Trash in the Desert You name it, Lowell Stratton has found it out in the desert. Refrigerators, mattresses, washers and dryers, bags of trash, tons of electronics and “some things I can’t mention,” Stratton ...


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Boy accused of plotting school attack

By Katie Langford

A 12-year-old boy was arrested Thursday night on suspicion of felony menacing, after he allegedly told a classmate at Orchard Mesa Middle School that he planned to “do a re-creation of the Columbine shooting.” According to the ...


Wait, see with ‘sick’ evergreen

By Dennis Hill

We have a “sick” arborvitae on our property. It’s brown at the top and down on the south side. What’s going on and what can we do about it? — Margaret Actually, I’m seeing a bit of this problem on ...


Ex-NFL star Hernandez acquitted in Boston double murder

By The AP

BOSTON — Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, was acquitted Friday in a 2012 double slaying prosecutors said was fueled by his anger over a spilled drink. The former tight end for the ...


The Latest: 3 killed in wrong-way crash on Phoenix freeway

By The AP

PHOENIX — The Latest on a fatal wrong-way freeway crash in Phoenix (all times local): Arizona authorities say a man and two women were killed early Friday morning in a wrong-way wreck on a Phoenix freeway. Spokesman Raul Garcia of the ...


Police: Boy arrested had plans to “recreate Columbine shootings” at middle school

By Amy Hamilton

A 12-year-old boy who allegedly had plans to “do a recreation of the Columbine shooting” at Orchard Mesa Middle School was arrested Thursday night on a charge of felony menacing. According to the Grand Junction Police Department, ...


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A peek at downtown housing

By Amy Hamilton

As a few dozen people wandered the halls of the former R-5 High School on Thursday night during an open house, some liked the plans for the area’s future, but others not so much. The ideas played out on the walls with sketches that ...


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School boss list shrinks to one

By Katie Langford

District 51 school board members voted unanimously Thursday to pursue superintendent contract negotiations with Ken Haptonstall, a former District 51 teacher and principal and current superintendent of Garfield County School District ...


Email Letters: April 14, 2017

By Staff

Avalon offers vibrant arts and is a venue for many events I must take issue with Mr. Roy Bailey’s statement of April 9 regarding the Avalon, “All they do is show old movies and a few old has-beens.” The Avalon was host to ...


Nuggets narrowly miss playoffs, find cornerstone in Jokic

By The AP

DENVER — Nikola Jokic had absolutely no clue about his final stats until an assistant coach informed him a day after the season ended. No idea whatsoever. Not his points (16.7). Not his rebounds (9.8). Not his assists (4.9). The Denver ...


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