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Colorado home where 3 people were found slain was targeted

By The AP

BOULDER — A home in the foothills northwest of Denver where three people were found slain was specifically targeted, investigators said Sunday. Deputies conducting a welfare check at the request of a worried acquaintance found two men ...

Multi-state search targets suspect in Facebook video murder

By The AP

CLEVELAND — The search for a suspected killer who posted gruesome Facebook video of a fatal Cleveland shooting put authorities in surrounding states on the lookout Monday after police said the man might have left Ohio. Cleveland police ...


Student of the week, April 17, 2017

By Staff

GPA: 4.2 Favorite book and its author: “Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Last Olympian” by Rick Riordan Favorite TV show: “Game of Thrones” Favorite band or musician: Imagine Dragons After-school activities: ...


Diverse post-coal future framed for Delta County

By Erin McIntyre

RELATED STORY: Striving to Survive PAONIA — On the corner of Paonia Town Park sits a memorial to coal miners who lost their lives harvesting hard black gold from the rugged mountains. When the community dedicated the North Fork Miners ...

Grand jury indicts a Junction man in tax evasion case

By Rachel Sauer

A Grand Junction man was indicted by a federal grand jury on suspicion of evading taxes, an indictment unsealed Thursday that alleges an evasion of more than $188,000. Sergio A. Murillo, owner of Mountain High Window Cleaning, is accused of a ...

Safe2Tell website has 32 hits in month on crime, bullying

By Katie Langford

A widespread effort to promote School District 51’s crime and bullying prevention website, Safe2Tell, has resulted in a record-high number of student reports in the past month, according to district officials. From mid-March to ...

This Week in the Legislature, April 17, 2017

By Staff

DENVER — Debate over the state’s proposed $26.8 billion budget was delayed last week because of ongoing negotiations over two measures designed to bring more money into play. One is HB1242, introduced by House Speaker Crisanta ...

Student Spotlight, April 17, 2017

By Staff

■ Jolie Surber of Palisade, a student at Western Illinois University, was initiated into the national Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. ■ Area students received degrees during the fall 2016 commencement at Adams State University in ...



By Jon Mitchell

Masi Smith’s favorite kind of ice cream is pistachio. Smith, a sophomore on Rifle High School’s girls golf team, admitted that her teammates think she’s weird for liking pistachio ice cream. And she’s different not ...

Year rises to one of warmest on record

By Rachel Sauer

On Thursday, the National Weather Service in Grand Junction tweeted that as of the previous day, Grand Junction was having its fifth-warmest year on record, dating all the way back to 1893 when such records were first kept. The fifth-warmest ...

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