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Chamber works toward solving drainage issue

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce officials said they’re hopeful they can reach an agreement with the Grand Valley Drainage District before the district sends out its first bills for handling stormwater. The district is planning ...


Moab museum plans for larger facility

By Staff

The Museum of Moab is planning a capital campaign to build a new facility with enough room to expand its historical, archaeological and geological exhibits. “We have significant collections that are currently housed in museums all over ...


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Blotter, Dec. 6, 2015

By Staff

Suspect sought in theft from library last summer Authorities are trying to locate a man suspected of stealing this past summer from the Mesa County Library, 530 Grand Ave. At 4:30 p.m. on July 31, a black Asus tablet, with a black leather ...


Death notices, Dec. 6, 2015

By Staff

■  Donald K. Osborne, 92, Paonia, died Nov. 28, 2015, at Hope-
West and Hospice Care Center in Grand Junction. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at First Christian Church at Second and Oak streets in Paonia. Inurnment ...


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Rifle Falls, a popular state park

By Dale Shrull

Public Lands Under Pressure: Rifle Falls State Park  ...


Colorado fugitive caught in Las Vegas

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — A Colorado man wanted for several alleged sex crimes has been caught in Las Vegas. KVVU-TV in Las Vegas reports (http://bit.ly/1lFekNe) that a U.S. Marshals task force and Las Vegas police located 60-year-old Robert Thomas ...


Wade Sundell takes season saddle bronc lead

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Wade Sundell took the lead in the saddle bronc season standings with a second-place ride Friday night in the second round of the National Finals Rodeo. Sundell, from Coleman, Oklahoma, scored 82.5 points on Tip Off after ...


Western governors endorse prescreening tourists outside US

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Governors from 19 Western states called Friday for expansion of a program that screens international travelers at airports abroad, in a bid to encourage tourism and stop terrorists before they arrive in the U.S. Montana Gov. ...


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Sheriff honors teacher who foiled carjacker

By Paul Shockley

Kimberly Smith’s immediate reaction to a harrowing carjacking try on a chilly February night near Molina might surprise some. “He didn’t ask nice ... he didn’t say please,” the longtime Mesa County Valley School ...


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New Powderhorn lift
 makes lickety-split run

By Staff

A small group of skiers and snowboarders waited with excited anticipation near the new high-speed quad lift when Powderhorn Mountain Resort softly opened Friday morning. Some cheered, but most pushed start on their cellphone timers to see ...


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