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Boulder asks residents if they feel safe, welcome

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — Survey results released recently indicate that those outside the Boulder majority — that is, affluent, liberal, heterosexual white people — feel less welcome on average in the city. Overall, 85 percent of the ...


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Steele the one

By Patti Arnold

In a tournament filled with gaudy offensive numbers, it’s understandable to think Friday night would be more of the same. Evan Steele had other thoughts, including coming out for the ninth inning despite already throwing 134 ...


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Shining bright under the lights

By Dale Shrull

After 143 pitches Friday night, Evan Steele walked off Suplizio Field to a standing ovation. It was a pitching performance Chipola College (Florida) has been waiting for all season. Coach Jeff Johnson had no doubt that his big left-hander was ...


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Chipola seeks 2nd JUCO crown, San Jacinto its 6th in title tilt

By Matt Meyer

Today’s championship game will either be another milestone victory for Chipola College (Florida), or the first Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship win in six tries for San Jacinto College-North coach Tom Arrington. The ...


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Home Run Alley Heroes honored by JUCO

By Jon Mitchell

Home Run Alley Heroes was formed to recognize major contributors to baseball and the community in the Grand Valley. So this year as Grand Junction celebrates the 60th annual Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, it’s fitting that two ...


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No fuel spills from two derailed locomotives

By Amy Hamilton

Two Union Pacific locomotives at the end of long coal train derailed Friday afternoon in a remote location on tracks near the Gunnison River. The locomotives ran off the tracks but did not tip over. Members of the Grand Junction Fire ...


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Classic T-bird burns 
in reported burglary

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating a possible burglary and theft at an Orchard Mesa home early Friday that was discovered in connection with a vehicle fire. Just after 4 a.m., a passer-by called to report a vehicle on fire ...


Early count of flowline reports released

By Dennis Webb

Eighty companies have reported oil and gas flowlines associated with 16,514 wells in response to a state requirement to provide an inventory of lines within 1,000 feet of homes. The state Department of Natural Resources released that data ...


Strangers’ judgment
 irks family 
of hurt tot

By Mike Wiggins

Scampering around the yard in her flower-print Minnie Mouse outfit and climbing from lap to lap at her great-grandmother’s home, 18-month-old Amelia Essman is scarcely aware these days of the line of tiny stitches that zig-zags across ...


American connects GJ with LAX

By Gary Harmon

American Airlines’ inaugural flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Grand Junction Regional Airport was to arrive to a water-cannon welcome this afternoon, then head back at 3:33 p.m. with a load of passengers bound for the ...


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