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What you’re not told about cost of probate

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

In recent columns, we have tried to take some of the mystery out of the probate process. Last week, we explained why probate may be important even though it is not a process required by law.  We also stated that we would explain why ...

Death notices, Feb. 19, 2017

By Staff

■ Betty Lue Etter, 84, Fruita, died Feb. 16, 2017, at Colorado Canyons Hospital in Fruita. Services will be held at a later date. She was a teacher. Survivors include her spouse, Laverne; two sons, Mark of Layton, Utah, and Jon of ...


Jon Gray throws BP

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Rockies pitcher Jon Gray didn’t let wet weather stop him from throwing live batting practice Saturday at spring training.  ...


Sled dog racing on Grand Mesa

By Dale Shrull

Sled dog racing  ...

Ski train attracts more than 15,000 riders so far this year

By The Associated Press

DENVER — More than 15,000 passengers have ridden the ski train between Denver and Winter Park Resort so far this season. Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari tells The Denver Post ( ) the response has exceeded ...

Some hunters required to submit kill for disease testing

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Some hunters who bag a deer in three of the four hunting areas in Colorado will be required to submit their kill to be tested for chronic wasting disease. Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokeswoman Lauren Truitt tells The Denver ...


Revenue cap ‘a real issue,’ Thurlow says

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Rep. Dan Thurlow says he’s trying to do whatever he can to honor the much-supported Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. At the same time, though, he wants to address what he sees as a major problem with the way TABOR’s ...

Name a team to play hockey at event center

By Amy Hamilton

Imagine rooting for a team named by you. That’s the opportunity before Grand Valley residents. Folks have the chance to submit names for a potential Grand Junction minor league hockey team. The person who submits the winning name ...


Blotter: Feb. 18, 2017

By Staff

Stolen credit cards used The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects, shown at right, believed to be using stolen credit cards. The cards were stolen from a car 
Jan. 28 and then ...


Police citizenship bill clears Senate

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — It’s one thing to allow non-citizens help defend the United States outside of the country, but it’s something else entirely to have them enforcing laws on citizens within the nation, Republican senators said ...

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