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CMU swimmers run into tough competition

By Staff

College Swimming CMU runs into tough opponents Colorado Mesa faced some tough competition Sunday in its first meet on its sea-level trip. The 23rd-ranked men lost 203-94.5 to seventh-ranked UC-San Diego and 170-118 to No. 21 Missouri ...

Grand Mesa Classic 10K results, Jan. 4, 2015

By Staff

Grand Mesa Classic 10K Sunday at Skyway 1   Will Timmons, UW 0:34:30 2   Kyle Bochanski, UW 0:35:00 3   Nathan Hough, UW 0:35:14 4   Sam Wisell, UW 0:35:58 5   Chris Lange 0:36:11 6   Mason ...


Student of the Week, Jan. 5, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 3.9 After-school activities: Club soccer, Young Life, rock climbing, baby-sitter. Favorite book and its author: “Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger. Favorite TV show: “How I Met Your Mother.” Favorite band: ...

Student Spotlight, Jan. 5, 2014

By Staff

■ Katherine Schwenke of Grand Junction was the recipient of a $500 Samuel and Martha McKelvie scholarship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. ■ Emily Miller of Palisade was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2014 ...

Coming to terms

By Emily Shockley

After eight years of budget cuts, construction projects, insurance changes, grant approvals, shuffling administrators and tackling every topic from endangered species to water use, Steve Acquafresca is ready to leave office. It’s been a ...

Biomass plant to be fixed soon after fire

By Dennis Webb

A plant that produces electricity from woody biomass in Eagle County could be just a few weeks away from resuming operations after a Dec. 13 fire. The plant in Gypsum is supplied by a Hotchkiss-based company doing projects in nearby national ...


Charter’s email customers
still experiencing problems

By Greg Ruland

For several local customers, Grand Junction’s only cable service provider was late in keeping its promise to resolve lingering problems with email service, and the fix may have created new ones. Charter Communications promised Dec. ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 4, 2014

By Staff

Two Grand Valley entrepreneurs recently announced they launched new businesses in time for 2015. In the first instance, a 24-year-old Grand Junction native who graduated from Grand Junction High School in 2008 opened ROKbarre, a new exercise ...

Best of Bridge, Jan. 4, 2014

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Dec. 17: David Williamson and Martha Scott; Carolyn Wiley and Helen Bledsoe. Dec. 18: Marilyn McLaughlin and Wiley; Sylvia Morrison and Bledsoe. Dec. 19: Bledsoe and McLaughlin; Adrienne Barnette and ...

The truth behind oil shale’s water demands

By Guest Columnist

By Anne-Mariah Tapp and David M. Abelson As the new Congress ramps up in the coming weeks, energy policy will quickly top the list of priorities.  Debates over the Keystone Pipeline, natural gas exports, and climate change may dominate, ...

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