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BLM releases draft Gunnison sage-grouse plan

By Dennis Webb

A draft proposal for managing Bureau of Land Management lands in western Colorado and eastern Utah to better protect the Gunnison sage-grouse would take different approaches for the bird’s main population in the Gunnison Basin and ...


Two arrested after deputy finds meth in rental-car trunk

By Duffy Hayes

A 26-year-old California woman and a 35-year-old Ohio man were advised of potential charges of importation of a distribution-level amount of dangerous drugs, after 11 pounds of suspected methamphetamine was allegedly found in their rental car ...


Cops: Man burglarized house twice in one week

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction man has been arrested for allegedly twice burglarizing a home owned by Colorado Mesa University within a week and stealing thousands of dollars of items from it. Thomas Joseph Loffreda, 50, made his first appearance in court ...

Death Notices: Aug. 12, 2016

By Staff

■ Dennis Wayne Correll, 67, Bakersfield, California, died Aug. 9, 2016, in Grand Junction. Services are planned at a later date. He was a supervisor in the petroleum industry. He is survived by two sons, Tony of Sidney, Australia, ...

Learn about the many uses of hemp at Colorado HempFest

By Ann Wright

With the tagline “It’s Hip to know Hemp,” a new area festival intends to draw a crowd. Colorado HempFest is set for Friday through Sunday, Aug. 12–14, west of Collbran at The Drive In, 57510 Colorado Highway 330. Each ...

Bands have changed, but Southern rock stays popular

By Rock Cesario

When you think of the term Southern rock, what comes to mind? Most folks my age are going to say the Allman Brothers Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd. Some might mention Little Feat. Yuppies might say the Black Crowes or Widespread Panic. For ...

Entertainment in Brief, Aug. 12

By Staff

Art program coming to Riverfront Trail A new program is coming soon to the Colorado Riverfront Trail that is designed to transform underpasses along the trail into vibrant, colorful artistic expressions. Art on the Riverfront Trail ...


Settling in with Mo: LaMee ready to make impact as head of theatre, arts department

By Ann Wright

When Mo LaMee’s family traveled from Florida to Colorado in the 1960s, they were greeted by horses stampeding through Evergreen. It was a chaotic scene. A horse jumped over the car next to theirs and confirmed LaMee’s ...


Music Scene: Aug. 12

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Kentucky-based country singer/songwriter Jeremy Pinnell has been there, and done that. It isn’t pretty and he doesn’t want to talk about it. So he sings about it. Pinnell is touring in support of his recent, highly-acclaimed ...

Interview: Jones can’t recall actions on key night

By Gabrielle Porter

Lester Jones told investigators in 2007 that he couldn’t remember what he was doing the night then-missing Grand Junction mother and call girl Paige Birgfeld disappeared; that he was sure he hadn’t called her escort business that ...

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