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Reservations required

By Dale Shrull

Every year, thousands of river enthusiasts flock to a special 28-mile stretch of the Colorado River west of Grand Junction. Picturesque canyon walls, desert scenes, the chance to spot wild turkeys, bighorn sheep and other wildlife, and a ...


Humans of western Colorado Series — Part 2

By Erin McIntyre

Humans of western Colorado is modeled after a blog called Humans of New York. The creator visits with random people on the streets, interacting with regular folks and seeing what comes from a brief interaction. This project became a ...


Social interaction with pets spurs all types of emotions

By Staff

In response to my column last Sunday regarding the loss of my mare, I received numerous emails from folks who sent their sympathies. Thank you for your kind words. Many of the writers expressed their own recent loss of a dear pet. It appears ...


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Divorcee recounts how she got back in the game

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Kelly Green’s dating coming-out party was not your average affair. The newly divorced mother of four jetted from her Austin, Texas, home to New York for Leonardo DiCaprio’s birthday party. After rubbing elbows with Ed Norton and ...


Book notes, Feb. 28, 2016

By Ann Wright

Museum plans lecture, book-signing Paleontologist Martin Lockley, author of the children’s book “Tracker’s Journey,” will be giving a lecture and signing books at Dinosaur Journey, 550 Jurassic Court, in ...


Highway barriers put up after Durango rockslide

By The AP

DURANGO, Colo. — The state highway department is putting up a concrete barrier on U.S. Highway 550 south of Durango where a large slab of rock broke away from the mountainside and landed on the road earlier this month. The Durango ...


Police looking for suspects in burglary attack

By The AP

LOVELAND, Colo. — Police in Loveland are looking for two men who broke into a home and hit a woman with a baseball bat as they fled. The attack was reported shortly before midnight on Saturday. Authorities say the 20-year-old woman ...


Millennials drinking a lot of wine

By Dave Buchanan

If you’ve been out cruising downtown any night this winter, you’ve probably noticed how busy some of the city’s more-popular restaurants have been. And if you looked twice, you might also have noticed how many of those ...


Six Mesa wrestlers have chance to advance to nationals

By Staff

Six Colorado Mesa University wrestlers remain in contention for national tournament berths after the first day of the NCAA Division II Region IV Championships in Gunnison. Daniel Salazar, who improved to 29-4 at 141 pounds, is the lone ...


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Second effort

By Patti Arnold

It took nearly five minutes for either team to score Friday night, and more than six minutes until the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team got on the scoreboard. But once the Mavericks started moving the ball in the second half, misses ...


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