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You Said It, Nov. 6, 2016

By Staff

With all the negative press that has surrounded law enforcement recently, I think all of our local officers deserve a big thank you from our community in the way they handled the recent fugitive hunt. I live in the vicinity of St. Mary’s ...

Governor looks to severance money again

By Charles Ashby

Albeit a small part, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s plan to close a $500 million shortfall to balance his proposed $28.5 billion budget for the next fiscal year partly relies on taking more severance tax dollars. Last year, to cover an ...


Trump backers rally in support of energy jobs

By Rachel Sauer

Carroll Aamold isn’t just worried, he’s scared — for this country, for this state, for what could happen to the U.S.A. if Donald Trump isn’t elected president. “He’s got to win,” said Aamold, a Grand ...

Partners team up to reduce suicide

By Rachel Sauer

Jose T. Bueno Jr. was very young — much too young to be spoken of in the past tense. He was just 17 when he died Wednesday afternoon of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the Grand Junction High School parking lot. His death and its ...

Death Notices, Nov. 6, 2016

By Staff

■ Dorothy Marie Ball, 92, Grand Junction, died Nov. 2, 2016, at Larchwood Inns. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Grand Junction Church of Christ. She was a homemaker. She is survived by four sons, Ken D. of Lakewood, Dick ...

Mavericks claim RMAC title

By Patti Arnold

Big plays lead Colorado Mesa past South Dakota Mines 48-38 to win first RMAC title since 2003.  ...

Prison for man who offered to buy guns for anyone on YouTube

By The AP

DENVER — A judge has ordered federal prison for a man who posted a YouTube video offering to help anyone, including criminals, buy guns. Twenty-nine-year-old Kenneth Allen Francis was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for crimes ...

Judge allows Colorado voters to post ballot selfies online

By The AP

DENVER — A judge ruled that Colorado voters can post ballot selfies on social media sites, differing from recent federal court decisions on the laws just before Election Day. U.S. District Judge Christine Arguello ruled late Friday that ...

Colorado works hard to ensure integrity of its voting system

By Guest Columnist

Colorado’s elections processes and their outcomes are secure; you can trust them. As the current secretary of state, Republican Wayne Williams, and the former secretary of state, Democrat Bernie Buescher, we’re writing to assure ...


Hotel owners buy more room for more rooms

By Mike Wiggins

The owners of three downtown Grand Junction hotels are making incremental progress in their plans to build a fourth hotel. Kevin and Steve Reimer closed last week on two parcels of land on the northeast corner of Second and Ute avenues, ...

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