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Water rights bill creates concern for 2 legislators

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Some Western Slope lawmakers are concerned that a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday could lead to water being permanently taken off of the state’s farms and ranches. Reps. J. Paul Brown, ...

DA investigator approved to work Geer case

By Gary Harmon

The investigation into the shooting death of Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer forced the addition of an investigator at the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office. The prosecutor’s office lost its investigators in ...

Cold front returning to our region

By Mike Wiggins

Spring has officially arrived in western Colorado, but for at least a day or two, winter will make a return to the region. A cold front bringing strong winds and precipitation to the region today prompted a ban on open burns in Mesa County ...


Schedule doesn’t allow SWL teams to rely on one pitcher

By Matt Meyer

The way Southwestern League high school baseball games are scheduled has changed this year. Last year, Fruita Monument and Grand Junction faced off on April 7. Three weeks later, they played again. With every team playing league opponents ...

Blotter, March 22, 2016

By Staff

Red River Inn robbed Silt police are continuing to look for leads into an armed robbery of the Red River Inn late Saturday. Police said a man walked into the hotel at 11:15 p.m., brandished a handgun and demanded cash from the register. ...


CMU wins 15th straight in softball

By Staff

Facing a dozen road games in a row hasn’t seemed to bother the Colorado Mesa softball team. The Mavericks ran their winning streak to 15 and continued to build their lead in the RMAC with a 5-1, 11-4 sweep of CSU-Pueblo on Monday, with ...


Stephan adds to résumé

By Patti Arnold

March is shaping up to be a big month for Colorado Mesa’s Ryan Stephan. The 6-foot-11 senior center on Monday was selected the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association men’s Ron Lenz Player of the Year, the latest ...

Now, take a deep breath, Bronco fans

By Rick Jussel

Inhale. Now, exhale. Let it all out. It’s time to step back and take stock of the Denver Broncos as the free agent frenzy has slowed. What in tarnation do we have? There has, of course, been plenty of head scratching during the mass ...

‘Dancing queen’ loses her battle with cancer after inspiring the nation

By Erin McIntyre

CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTO GALLERY Delaney Clements’ light gleamed so bright, she earned the nickname “firefly.” Even as she endured a barrage of experimental treatments for cancer over the past six years, Delaney’s ...

Death notices, March 22, 2016

By Staff

■ Delaney Janea Clements, 13, Grand Junction, died March 21, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday at Fellowship Church. Survivors include her mother, Wendy N. Reece of Grand Junction; ...

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