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Roller dam celebrates its 100th anniversary

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There was a big dam celebration Saturday in Palisade. History buffs, farmers, and supporters of all that grows in the Grand Valley packed the Veterans’ Memorial Community Center in downtown Palisade throughout the day to celebrate the ...


Rep. Tipton talks trade, water protection, jobs in Grand Junction visit

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., has gone into the locked room in the Capitol to keep up with trade legislation as it’s taking shape. “I’m reading it,” Tipton said Saturday of the TransPacific Partnership bill as ...

Parents sought in murder of Parachute infant

By Dennis Webb

Police have issued arrest warrants for the parents in the murder of a Parachute infant girl. Parachute Police Chief Cary Parmenter said in a news release that the two are thought to have fled Parachute with an eventual destination of ...

Coroner releases identity of man killed in motorcycle wreck

By Staff

A motorcyclist who was killed after he was hit by a car north of downtown Grand Junction on Thursday was identified Saturday as 69-year-old Dennis Gustafson of Grand Junction. The Mesa County Coroner’s Office said Gustafson died of ...


The Behr essentials

By Patti Arnold

Bases loaded, no outs. Not exactly an ideal situation to inherit. When the Grand Junction Rockies needed a guy to come out of the bullpen with all kinds of traffic in a tough spot last week, they didn’t turn to one of their draft picks, ...


Courting success

By Tim Harty

It was the biggest surprise of Southwestern League high school girls tennis season this spring. Montrose High School, not one to match up with the likes of Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high schools in recent years, derailed ...


Hilliard powers GJ Rockies to win

By Matt Meyer

Sam Hilliard has been on a tear. Heading into the Grand Junction Rockies’ game against Idaho Falls on Saturday, the outfielder was hitting .500, which was tied for the Pioneer League lead. Hilliard kept that pace with a 2-for-4 day as ...



By Dale Shrull

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  Ellen Casey grew up on the beach, catching waves on a sliver of the Pacific Ocean. Now, the 49-year-old spends about three weeks a year surfing a wave on the Colorado River. “The wave is pretty much a ...


Snakes alive

By Meredith Swett Walker

If your first glance at the photos on this page caused an involuntary shudder, you are not alone. Fear of snakes might be the most common phobia, according to psychologists. Even people who are not actually terrified of snakes generally do ...

Send us your hunting stories, photos to possibly be featured in Colorado Hunter magazine

By Staff

Did you bag the biggest buck of your hunting career? Did you finally have a successful black bear hunt? Did everything go wrong that could possibly go wrong, but you still had a wild turkey to show for it? Or, did you just plain have a ...

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