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Death notices, July 20, 2016

By Staff

■  Lee A. Dugdale, 91, Grand Junction, died July 17, 2016, at Mantey Heights. He was an oil refinery worker. Memorial services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Survivors include a son, ...


Rockfall concerns prompt closure of highway near Rangely

By Staff

Motorists planning to travel on Colorado Highway 64 between Rangely and Meeker tonight or Wednesday should make alternate plans. Crews working on a rock scaling project at mile marker 26 just east of Rangely have closed the highway to traffic ...


Police: Men found in Colorado River have been identified

By Gabrielle Porter

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has identified both men who were pulled from the Colorado River Sunday, and are in the process of notifying next of kin, according to a release. The two men, one who was found under the Redlands Parkway ...


Entertainment Calendar: July 22–28

By Staff

FRIDAY, JULY 22 ROCK SHOWCASE, 10 p.m.–2 a.m., Sabrosa Restaurante, 122 S. Fifth St., with Augmented, Wolfson, Sworn Us Under and Deep Purple Rain, 257-9020. BINGE, Suds Brothers Brewery, 127 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita, 858-9400. WILL ...


Email letters, July 19, 2016

By Staff

Republican Party has been in a downward spiral for decades The Republican Party is slowly grasping the reality that they have already lost the presidential election. I’m not saying that Trump isn’t going to win. I’m saying ...


071616 Mary Finnegan for web

Missing elderly woman may have been sighted in Grand Junction

By Gabrielle Porter

The Montrose Police Department is still seeking an elderly woman who was last seen Friday at noon leaving a Montrose bowling alley, and who was possibly sighted in Grand Junction this morning. Mary Finnegan, 82, was driving a silver 2011 ...


Most Hayden Pass Fire evacuees allowed back home

By The AP

COALDALE, Colo. — Most of the people evacuated by the wildfire burning near Coaldale are being allowed back home Tuesday. Residents of about 140 homes in the community between Salida and Canon City were forced to evacuate by the ...


Feds reach settlement with Navajos over uranium mine cleanup

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The federal government has reached another settlement with the Navajo Nation that will clear the way for cleanup work to continue at abandoned uranium mines across the largest American Indian reservation in the ...


Another 700 words I wish 
could make a difference

By Jim Spehar

There are Mondays when writing this weekly column seems more like an unwelcome childhood chore. Every column is birthed as a challenge. There’s topic selection, the all important “lede” or opening paragraph which ideally ...


Printed Letters: July 19, 2016

By Staff

We would benefit from legal marijuana shops My mother used to have a saying, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.” This is exactly what backward Grand Junction is doing as regards refusing to allow legal marijuana ...


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