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CSU gets guarantee on $220M price tag for stadium

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The contractors who will build CSU’s new on-campus stadium have guaranteed that it won’t cost the university more than $220 million. Cost overruns, which stadium critics say could top $100 million, will be ...

Rockies lose 5th straight game, 8-6 to Padres in homer fest

By The AP

SAN DIEGO — Other than driving seven balls out of Petco Park, the Colorado Rockies didn’t have much to show for their weekend in San Diego. Light-hitting Jedd Gyorko drove a two-run homer an estimated 438 feet, and Justin Upton ...

Survey: States spent heavily to clear winter snow and ice

By The AP

BOSTON — Winter’s full fury arrived late in much of the country but once it did it was relentless, quickly exhausting snow removal budgets and pushing the resources of state transportation agencies to their limit as they fought to ...

CMU track sets records in Pueblo

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s and women’s track teams finished out the RMAC Championships on Sunday in Pueblo, setting three school records on the third day of the meet. The men’s team finished sixth and the women’s team ...

Blotter, May 4, 2015

By Staff

Homemade bombs found A homemade bomb reportedly exploded late Tuesday in the backyard of a house in the 400 block of Allison Way, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. A man told an officer that someone drove by his house ...

This Week in Legislature, May 4, 2015

By Staff

DENVER — There are only three days left before the 2015 session of the Colorado Legislature must, by law, end. Those three days, however, are always long and contentious, as legislators struggle to get bills through last-minute ...

Pilot error likely cause of crash that killed three

By Greg Ruland

Pilot error probably caused an airplane crash east of Collbran that claimed the lives of three Grand Valley residents in December 2013, according to a report released by the National Transportation Safety Board. Monument Aircraft Services ...


Grand Junction High grad awarded in field of astrodynamics

By Gary Harmon

As the world’s oceans rise and fall, the minute changes are being measured by a Grand Junction High School graduate who now works at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Bruce Haines’ work was recognized in March ...

Local students score high on military test

By Emily Shockley

Counselor Stacey Pottorff knew one of her students at Central High School, Tristan Brown, would do well on the vocational test taken by every student who plans to join the military. She didn’t guess, however, that Brown would score ...


Student of the Week, May 4, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 4.0 After-school activities: marching band, jazz band, concert band. Favorite book and its author: “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Favorite TV show: “Arrow” and “The Flash.” Favorite ...

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