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Palisade eyes Cameo site for sport shooting

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Palisade town officials are taking aim to purchase property for a sports shooting complex in Mesa County. Palisade trustees unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with Colorado Parks and Wildlife this week, confirming the town is ...


County candidates debate monument status, energy

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County Commissioner candidates Scott McInnis and Mark Williams spent much of a 30-minute debate Friday afternoon at a Redlands Rotary Club meeting pointing out their differences. Williams, an attorney and the Democratic candidate for the ...

Poll: People want to save water, not divert it

By Gary Harmon

A poll aimed at influencing the drafting of the Colorado statewide water plan says residents oppose a new transmountain diversion and the plan should emphasize conservation. The poll was commissioned by, which said the ...


Motorcycle crash seriously injures man

By Staff

A man was seriously injured Friday afternoon when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a sport-utility vehicle on Patterson Road, Grand Junction police said. The man, whose identity was not released as of 9 p.m., remained at St. ...

End of the garden offers time for reflection, prep

By Erin McIntyre

It’s time to mourn the end of the garden. This week, I was surprised to head out to pick a few of the last tomatoes and find my zucchini drooping from frostbite, my basil scorched black and withering from a cold snap. So soon? It never ...


Pair of Unaweep cliffs bought to preserve access

By Duffy Hayes

The climbing community is an intrepid bunch by nature, and some crags are just too good to pass up. And it’s a fact that there are some trespassers within their ranks. But dodging private property owners won’t be an issue for ...

September Yard of the Month

By Staff

It’s time to scale back water time and fertilize

By Dennis Hill

You’ve mentioned about a new way of fertilizing the lawn in the fall. Could you tell me something about it? Also, how should I be watering the lawn right now? — Lottie Let’s talk about watering first. As fall comes on and ...


Write all about it if you want to relieve stress

By Gary McCallister

I have been reading the journal “Advances in Psychiatric Treatment.” I was just looking something up for a friend. In doing so, I stumbled across an article titled “The emotional and physical health benefits of expressive ...

Sage grouse workshop denounced

By Gary Harmon

A meeting next week in Fort Collins about the greater sage-grouse has drawn fire from several western representatives, including U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who questioned why the meeting was closed to the public and whether it ignores ...

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