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Young soprano chosen to sing with symphony

By Staff

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Way Back When: Red Mesa Hospital

By Priscilla Mangnall

This photo is dated between 1920 and 1930. It shows the Red Mesa Hospital on South Redlands Road. Before this substantial brick building was built, the first Red Mesa Hospital sat just north of this one, below the bluff near the Redlands ...

This week in the Legislature, Feb. 24, 2014

By Staff

The Legislature is nearly in the middle of the 2014 session, and will spend the next couple of weeks finalizing next year’s budget. Meanwhile, various bills continue to work their way through the legislative process. ■ Today: The ...

Blotter, Feb. 24, 2014

By Staff

Home burglars sought Crime Stoppers is looking for help identifying the people who forced entry into a home shortly after 9:30 p.m. Dec. 8, 2013, in the 1900 block of Grand Avenue and stole property valued at more than $2,500, including a ...

Social media page reunites lost pets with anxious owners

By Greg Ruland

The heart-ripping fear and sadness that arises when a pet is away without leave spurred Crystal Meyer to take action. It happened to Meyer’s mother, whose beloved canine strayed for nine months before it was finally found in ...

Fruita library plans junior rocket launch

By Melinda Mawdsley

Children fascinated with shooting things into the air have a creative outlet in the upcoming Junior Rocket Launch at Mesa County Libraries Fruita Branch. To participate in the launch, children ages kindergarten through sixth grade must ...

Tiger girls No. 3, boys No. 4 for playoffs

By Matt Meyer

In the days before the Colorado High School Activities Association released the Class 5A state basketball tournament bracket, Grand Junction girls coach Sam Provenza doubted his team would get a serious look from the selection committee, ...



By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa fell behind early Sunday and never recovered. The Metro State softball team didn’t allow a Mesa rally, sweeping the Mavericks in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference doubleheader at Bergman Field. The Roadrunners won the ...


Darling’s title worth the weight ... and weight loss

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — Tony Darling gained a little weight at the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament. Not sure how much that gold medal around his neck weighs, but it was worth the wait, and the weight. Darling reserves his smiles and ...

In Brief: CMU men’s tennis team loses two

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s tennis team had several close matches with Division I opponents Utah State and Weber State, but still came up short Saturday. Utah State defeated the Mavericks 6-1. Mesa’s No. 6 singles player, Trevor ...

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