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Blotter, April 25, 2016

By Staff

Gun safe stolen Jason Kidd, 29, could face felony counts of second-degree burglary and theft between $20,000 and $100,000, as well as a misdemeanor count of possession of a defaced firearm after being accused in stealing a truck and a gun ...


Restore presidential primary, include independents

By Guest Columnist

By Bill Ritter Jr. and John Suthers In the midst of a heated election season where issues that bring us together are few and far between, there is one that should unite Coloradans from across the political spectrum: increasing participation ...


We need careful planning to protect national parks

By Guest Columnist

By Ellis Richard This year we recognize the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. For more than 100 years, since Yellowstone became the world’s first national park in 1872, our nation’s parks have drawn visitors from ...


Algebra is not the problem

By Guest Columnist

By Phyllis Hunsinger Algebra has been under attack in recent weeks, perhaps brought to the fore by a political scientist named Andrew Hacker, who wrote “The Math Myth and Other STEM Delusions.” Wondering why we should take ...


Natural resources are undeniably an economic blessing

By Guest Columnist

By Bud Markos Last Sunday’s Commentary section featured an article discussing long-term economic effects of areas dependent on dominant extraction industries. Western Colorado, with its great fossil fuel reserves, was compared to ...


JUCO right to cancel Schilling’s appearance

By Staff

The Alpine Bank Junior College World Series leadership team took a calculated risk in inviting Curt Schilling to be the featured speaker at the May 27 banquet that kicks off the tournament. Schilling, a former Major League Baseball World ...


Printed Letters: April 24, 2016

By Staff

Downtown officials working on parking In 1962, Operation Foresight completely changed the landscape of Downtown Grand Junction’s Main Street, making us the envy of many western towns that were grappling with how to maintain downtown as ...


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Annual scavenger hunt adds creativity to Spring Cleanup

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

One man’s trash is another man’s ... medieval weaponry? At least it was this year at Scott and Micaela Folsom’s annual Spring Cleanup Scavenger Hunt. For the past four years, the Folsoms have invited friends and neighbors ...


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Grand Valley native brings imagination to life

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Colleen M. Story is back with another work of imaginative fiction that will propel readers headlong into a world both familiar and startling. Story lives in Idaho Falls but grew up in the Grand Valley and graduated from Palisade High ...


Individuals save the lives of horses, one case at a time

By Charlé Thibodeau

I have a cousin in Montrose who recently messaged me on Facebook after hearing that I had to put my mare down. Along with sending her condolences, she informed me of two young mares with foal that she had recently rescued and that needed ...


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