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Western Slope dealing with soccer ref shortage, New Castle to host clinic

By Matt Meyer

There’s a lack of qualified soccer referees on the Western Slope and the Colorado Soccer Association is looking to change that. Michelle Tripp, director of marketing and communications for the CSA, said there are not enough soccer ...


Pflug finds net to lift Fruita

By Tim Harty

Another game, another game-winning goal. When Fruita Monument wins boys soccer games this season, sophomore Sam Pflug has habitually been in the right place at the right time, according to Wildcats coach Dan McKee. So, when Fruita edged ...


Ex-DA awarded new trial

By Charles Ashby

Disgraced former Montrose County District Attorney Myrl Serra won himself a new trial on some of the charges he was convicted of in 2011. While Serra’s convictions for criminal extortion and unlawful sexual contact remain intact, the ...

Man has second heart attack, is revived by same crew

By Amy Hamilton

A 55-year-old Nucla man is alive today thanks to quick work by a co-worker. Actually, the Nucla man is alive thanks to quick work by a co-worker for the second time in three years. The man, who did not want to be identified, went into ...


Park marking Milk Creek battle opens Saturday

By Gary Harmon

The battle that set the stage for the expulsion of the Utes from western Colorado will be commemorated Saturday when Milk Creek Battlefield Park near Meeker is dedicated. The Rio Blanco County Historical Society will dedicate the park, which ...

 Tot slept 
in weed
 grow room

By Staff

The parents of a child not yet 2 years old have each been accused of child abuse and criminal negligence, for allegedly using a room in their home as both a bedroom for the child and a marijuana grow operation. Officers with the Grand ...

Death Notices, Sept. 25, 2015

By Staff

■ Diane D. (Bullock) Almand, 80, Grand Junction, died Sept. 22, 2015, at HopeWest Care Center. Services are pending with Callahan Edfast Cemetery. She is survived by two sons, Kevin Bullock and Jeff Bullock, both of Grand Junction; ...

Prescribed burn set on Mesa

By Staff

Smoke will be visible on Grand Mesa, possibly as early as next week, as federal officials are planning a prescribed fire within the Palisade watershed. The 175-acre fire is designed to improve environmental conditions in the watershed about ...

Blotter, Sept. 25, 2015

By Staff

Driver rolls car, is charged A woman rolled her car while driving under the influence of alcohol Thursday afternoon, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Officers responded to the one-car accident in the area of 27 1/2 Road ...


St. Mary’s in good shape, its CEO says

By Gary Harmon

Demand for medical services at St. Mary’s Hospital is on the increase and there’s no sign that trend is slowing, but outgoing president and chief executive officer Mike McBride said the hospital has taken steps to improve health ...

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