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City buys into Pro Challenge race

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction should be taking a spin with a statewide bicycling race. People from all walks of life and local organizations have donated more than $98,000 for the city to serve as the overall host city to kick off the 2016 USA Pro Challenge ...


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Man kills mom over cigarette, gets 40 years

By Amy Hamilton

In an ironic and tragic twist, friends and family of Daniel Stetzel said the man’s mother, Kathleen Stetzel, was one of several people who lobbied judges and others in the justice system to help find treatment instead of jail time for ...


Abergil, Carlson make all-region team

By Staff

College Soccer Abergil, Carlson make all-region team Roy Abergil and Blake Carlson of Colorado Mesa made the All-South Central Region men’s soccer team, which was released on Monday. Abergil, a junior forward who became CMU’s ...


Death notices, Dec. 1, 2015

By Staff

■ Theodore “Ted” Hammer, 82, Sheridan, Wyoming, died Nov. 18, 2015, at Veterans Mountain View Nursing Home in Sheridan. Services will be May 27, 2016, in Sheridan. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer ...


Woman gets 30 years in killing of child

By Gary Harmon

Sydney White, 21, will spend three decades in the Colorado Department of Corrections for the killing of 11-month-old Angel Place, a Mesa County District judge ruled today. Judge Richard Gurley tacked on a year for White’s trying to ...


Public Lands Under Pressure — Arches National Park

By Dale Shrull

CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT THIS SERIES PUBLIC LANDS UNDER PRESSURE: Western Colorado and eastern Utah offer some of the most scenic and geologically varied outdoor playgrounds in the country — rivers, lakes and trails that have become ...


Police: Man makes himself at home in someone else’s house

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly made himself at home — in someone else’s home. Tanner Schneller, 27, was jailed on suspicion of felony first-degree criminal trespass. Grand Junction police were called ...


Email letters, November 30, 2015

By Staff

Maybe there should be more done to fight the war here at home Rarely a week goes by that the news is not about another mass shooting in the good ole U.S. of A. Deranged, mentally ill citizens are picking up arms and declaring war on every ...


Public Lands Under Pressure — Fossils

By Erin McIntyre

CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT THIS SERIES PUBLIC LANDS UNDER PRESSURE: Western Colorado and eastern Utah offer some of the most scenic and geologically varied outdoor playgrounds in the country — rivers, lakes and trails that have become ...


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Perfect home for a hobbyist

By Penny Stine

If you love to putter and you want room in which to do it, as well as a little bit of land that separates you from the neighbors, with perhaps some fruit trees and iconic views tossed in just so you never forget that you’re living in the ...


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