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Reputation management key to digital marketing

By Staff

As a digital marketing agency, we’re often perceived as focusing on website design, social media marketing and search engine optimazation ways to help Western Slope businesses succeed. While we do perform those services frequently, there ...


Local cases involving elderly abuse

By Erin McIntyre

Mesa County’s most recent criminal cases of elder abuse have involved financial exploitation, neglect and death. If you suspect abuse, neglect or exploitation of an elderly person or an at-risk person who is intellectually or ...


Man back from Mexico to be tried for ‘89 murder

By Gabrielle Porter

A Mesa County district judge has ruled that a Mexican man who was tried and acquitted in his home country for a murder that occurred in Palisade in 1989 can be prosecuted locally without violating double jeopardy protections. Rafael ...

Death Notice, June 4, 2017

By Staff

■  Former Delta resident Alice Loretta Grant, 81, of Joplin, Missouri, died May 31, 2017, at Freeman Hospital in Joplin. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta. Burial to follow at Mesa View ...


Fire burns 10 acres on island in Colorado River

By Amy Hamilton

About 25 firefighters battled a 10-acre blaze on an island in the Colorado River near Walter Walker State Wildlife Area on Saturday. The fire was started at about 11 p.m. Friday night, but firefighters waited until about 7 a.m. Saturday to ...

CMU adds degree in nursing leadership

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University is adding a new advanced nursing degree to its growing roster of health sciences programs, a move university leaders and hospital officials said is needed to keep up with industry demand. The new Master of Science in ...


March for Truth takes place downtown

By Amy Hamilton

Stephanie Storey had never attended a protest of President Donald Trump before, but it was time Saturday. She brought out her children, 4-year-old Jade and Scarlet, 11, “because I want my kids to know they should stand up and tell the ...

Drainage charge court showdown starts Monday

By Gary Harmon

The chief proponent and a major critic of the Grand Valley Drainage District’s stormwater charge will make their pitches to a judge on Monday. Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis and district General Manager Tim Ryan will lead off ...

You Said It, June 4, 2017

By Staff

A huge thank-you goes out to the party that paid for my veteran husband and my dinner at the Clifton Denny’s restaurant on Memorial Day. We had just spent the day at the VFW helping serve our veterans. Wow! Sure hope the baseball ...

Blotter, June 4, 2017

By Staff

Man accused of burglary A resident in the 1100 block of Ouray Avenue called police early Friday morning after hearing someone talking in the home’s basement. Craig Howard Dobson, 31, was subsequently arrested on several charges of ...

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