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State lawmakers ready to go back to work

By Charles Ashby

It’s often said that there are no new ideas in the Colorado Legislature, but occasionally there are some old ideas that come from new sources. Such is to be the case with Rep. Dan Thurlow, R-Grand Junction, and Sen. Larry Crowder, ...

Signatures still short of putting pot to vote

By Amy Hamilton

A group working to gain signatures so residents could vote on allowing recreational marijuana in Grand Junction won’t be able to place the measure on the April ballot as they had hoped. Members of Grand Junction Cannabis Access Now ...

Your Town, Jan. 8, 2017

By Tammy Gemaehlich

One of the highlights of the Christmas season for our family is driving around town to see the spectacular light shows. We also make a point to meander through the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado during the season, where fresh ...

Best of Bridge, Jan. 8, 2017

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: ■ Dec. 27, individual game: Marilyn McLaughlin; Martha Scott. ■ Dec. 28: Harry Oxford and Barbara Chaplik; tie, Bruce Kolisek and Scott and Alison Regan and Judy Tirpack. ■ Dec. 30: ...


Pegging Out, Jan. 8, 2017

By Staff

Here are the Dec. 29 Two Rivers Cribbage Club results: ■ First place: Sue Thorndill, Fruita ■ Second place: Tony Hober, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Sue Miller, Grand Junction ■ Fourth place: Alice Armstrong, ...

Allegiant Air bringing Airbus to GJ

By Gary Harmon

Passengers bound from Grand Junction to Los Angeles on Allegiant Air this summer will get a bigger, newer plane for the flight. Allegiant is changing out its fleet, and one of the first routes to use the new aircraft, an Airbus 319, will be ...

Biz Buzz: Jan. 8, 2017

By Staff

People who have been coming to the Mesa Mall for years were no doubt stunned to see new signage outside of the Gap Outlet — one of the mall’s signature stores and a sure draw for clothes shoppers — indicating that the store ...


Regis’ last-second putback sinks Mavericks

By Patti Arnold

Noah King and Elijah Sanders snatched the game away from Colorado Mesa in the waning seconds. First, King ripped the ball out of Brandon Hoffer’s hands after the Mavericks had secured a rebound after King missed a 3-pointer Saturday ...

Gray Gourmet. Jan. 8, 2017

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chicken with Parmesan sauce, Italian bean blend, wild rice, apricots, Italian bread. Tuesday — Baked potato with cheese and broccoli, tossed salad, blushing pears, wheat ...

Mavs earn three more dual victories

By Staff

After knocking off ninth-ranked Cal Baptist on Thursday, the Colorado Mesa wrestling team kept rolling Saturday in the Tracy Borah Duals in Gunnison. The 23rd-ranked Mavericks cruised past Southwest Minnesota State 30-6 before taking down two ...

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