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Something to SNEEZE at

By Greg Ruland

n early barrage of pollen from elm, juniper and cottonwood trees has exploded across Mesa County, overwhelming many allergy sufferers with the unpleasant fallout. Patient waiting rooms filled up with people draining, dripping, coughing and ...


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Grand Junction’s winter 8th-warmest on record

By Emily Shockley

Puffy winter coats and cozy mittens stayed tucked away in most Grand Junction closets for good reason this winter — it turned out to be the city’s eighth-warmest winter on record. The average high temperature during the ...


Bill would get nursing moms out of jury duty

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — New mothers who are still breast-feeding their infants would be able to get out of jury service under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Monday. But getting out of that service would only be a ...


Theater’s closure forces cancellation of fishing-film tour

By Mike Wiggins

The eviction of the operator of the Mesa Theater and Club has forced the cancellation of tonight’s Fly Fishing Film Tour. Jerry Schaeffer, owner of Western Anglers, 413 Main St., which was selling tickets for the event, said he tried to ...


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Palisade senior takes first place at state speech

By Emily Shockley

Palisade High School student Tiana Menon kicked off her spring break by winning a trophy. The 18-year-old senior won first place in the international extemporaneous speech category Saturday at Colorado’s state speech and debate ...


Scientists, coalition stir debate over sage-grouse

By Dennis Webb

Federal agencies are hearing two radically different views about the science surrounding greater sage-grouse management in advance of decisions on the bird due this year. On March 12, 11 sage-grouse scientists wrote to Interior Secretary ...


Death Notices, March 24, 2015

By Staff

■ Beverly Alexander, 83, Clifton, died March 22, 2015, at La Villa Grande. Arrangements are pending with Palisade Funeral Home. Survivors include three sons, Ron Coster of Clifton, Donnie Coster of Killeen, Texas, and Darryl Coster of ...


Blotter, March 24, 2015

By Staff

Two hurt in car crash A two-car accident in downtown Grand Junction involving a church van sent two people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Monday morning, Grand Junction police said. Police said a van from St. ...


Crews working to clean up Colorado coal train derailment

By The AP

HUDSON — Crews were working Monday to clean up a stretch of railroad where a coal train jumped the tracks in eastern Colorado, spilling tons of coal. The 120-car Burlington Northern Santa Fe train derailed Sunday near the town of ...


Email letters, March 23, 2015

By Staff

Independence Day Parade should not have been phased out Official records have been located that suggest that the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District wanted to “phase out” the annual Independence Day Parade. ...


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