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Snowpack rebounds emphatically after dismal start

By Staff

A dismal start for Colorado’s snowpack season is starting to feel like a distant memory after numerous storms that have boosted the statewide total to 150 percent of median as of Tuesday. Snowpack accumulation, so crucial to ...


Suicide forum sparks sharing by community

By Katie Langford

A community suicide forum Tuesday night was filled to overflowing with nearly 150 community members, local leaders and mental health professionals seeking solutions to Mesa County’s high rate of suicide.  Some folks stood for ...


Firm lets 
Rio Blanco 
keep cash 
improperly 
assessed

By Dennis Webb

Conservation districts in Rio Blanco County are welcoming financial gestures including a $135,000 concession from the energy company Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and a $125,000 contribution from the county as they continue to work through ...


Email Letters: January 10, 2017

By Staff

Congress should investigate Trump’s connections to Putin and Russia The definition of treason is aiding and abetting the enemy. Donald Trump by his actions is guilty of treason in his response to Putin’s hacking and meddling in ...


Entertainment Calendar: Jan. 13–19

By Staff

FRIDAY, JAN. 13 HUEY, LOUIE & DEWEY, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, local good timing rock band, 314-2554. FRIDAY THE 13TH EDM, 8 p.m., Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., $5, 773-1775, mesatheater.com. SWING CITY JAZZ BAND, ...


Salvation Army postpones food distribution

By Staff

The Salvation Army has postponed the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) distributions scheduled for today due to transportation issues caused by severe weather. Clients can pick up food any Tuesday this month beginning Jan. 17.  ...


Ute Water reports outage along 29 1/2 Road

By Staff

Ute Water said this morning that approximately 100 homes in the area 29 1/2 Road, Parkway Drive and Cedar Place will be without water service until 3 p.m. today. According to the utility, a contractor accidentally hit a waterline in that ...


Weather service: Dense fog an issue though early afternoon

By Staff

The local office of the National Weather Services this morning issued a dense fog advisory for areas including Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade, and they’ve extended the warning a few hours into the early afternoon. The advisory is ...


No raise for him until 2019, DA says

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein, fresh off a successful election and garnering a guilty verdict in the first-degree murder case against Lester Jones, told the County Commission to keep his salary as it is for the next two ...


UPDATE: Westbound I-70 reopens at Fruita

By Mike Wiggins

Westbound Interstate 70 has reopened late this morning after being closed for a couple of hours due to numerous accidents and treacherous road conditions. Fog that blanketed much of the valley this morning is lifting and roads are beginning ...


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