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Stormwater bills to be distributed this week

By Gary Harmon

Bills for stormwater improvements will arrive this week at residences and businesses within the Grand Valley Drainage District. Most recipients will be billed $36, or $3 a month, for stormwater services. Businesses will be billed the same ...


Growth in Democrats outpacing Republicans in Mesa County

By Gary Harmon

The ranks of Democrats are increasing at a faster rate than are those of the long-dominant Republican Party in Mesa County, according to statistics from the Mesa County clerk’s elections department. Democrats grew by 4.3 percent in ...


Mavericks complete sweep of Highlands

By Staff

Nick Borowski grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, and played junior college baseball at Cochise (Arizona) College, so he’s really not used to pitching in snow. But Saturday, Borowski came out of the bullpen in a one-run game with the tying ...


Pfeifer’s big game in net lifts CMU past Fort Lewis

By Matt Meyer

With eye black smeared down her cheeks, covering most of her face, Jillian Pfeifer stood strong as the action unfolded around her. The goalkeeper for the Colorado Mesa University women’s lacrosse team anchored a stout defensive unit ...


Warriors win Delta tennis tournament

By Staff

Central High School won championships in four flights Saturday as the Warriors won the team title at the 10-team Delta County Invitational girls tennis tournament. Central’s Olivia Aslan was the champ at No. 1 singles, and Warriors ...


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Mesa moving forward

By Matt Meyer

When former Colorado Mesa University pitcher Tyler Dunnington alleged he’d been subjected to anti-gay comments during his time as a collegiate and professional baseball player, CMU President Tim Foster quickly had the matter ...


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FLINGING INTO SPRING

By Dale Shrull

Russ Hamilton strolled to where his orange disc had nestled into the dirt, but he wasn’t thinking about his second shot yet. Instead, he was busy looking around, seeing what else could be done to the disc-golf course. Tree branches that ...


Death Notices: March 27, 2016

By Staff

■ Dula E. Chapel, 92, Grand Junction, died March 24, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m., with a rosary said at 7 p.m., on April 5, at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at 10 a.m. ...


Man dies after collapsing at Steamboat Ski Area

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Family members have identified a 78-year-old man who died after collapsing at Steamboat Ski Area. Nicole Holmes tells Steamboat Today (http://goo.gl/zHSg7H ) that her father, Gustav “Gus” Herstik, was ...


Balanced Nuggets overcome Kobe’s 28 to beat Lakers, 116-105

By The AP

LOS ANGELES — A vintage second half by Kobe Bryant wasn’t nearly enough to counteract a steady night of excellence from the Denver Nuggets. D.J. Augustin scored 20 points and Jusuf Nurkic added a career-high 18 in the ...


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