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Walking off the mat

By Dale Shrull

Andy Pipher pumped his fist and let out an elated shout ­— the trademark celebration for the fiery Paonia wrestling coach. Then he hugged Trevor Smith as the Paonia senior experienced the jubilation that comes from winning a state ...


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Airport offers new food stop 
near the security entrance

By Gary Harmon

Passengers catching flights out of Grand Junction Regional Airport can now get a drink and snack with friends and family before entering the secured area of the airport. Tailwind Concessions has opened a lounge serving snacks, coffee and ...


Biz Buzz, March 12, 2017

By Staff

The smoky saga of Pink’s BBQ — the restaurant at 1014 N. Fifth St. catering to carnivores since June 2015, which ran afoul of at least one residential neighbor because of barbecue smoke — has taken a turn southward, so to ...


Three more pests to be regulated in valley

By Rachel Sauer

Three pests — two insects and a fungus — were added to the Upper Grand Valley Pest Control District’s list of regulated species last week, a move decided on by voters in the district and announced by the Board of Mesa County ...


State regulators mull stricter rules for gas-gathering lines in rural areas


By Dennis Webb

Colorado regulatory officials are considering proposing applying pipeline construction rules to rural natural gas gathering lines, closing a gap in how such lines are currently regulated. Joe Molloy, section chief for the Colorado Public ...


Birthday celebration honors Cesar Chavez

By Rachel Sauer

Susana Wittrock entered the fields more than a decade after the Delano grape strike. From ages 7 to 13 she picked grapes in the same California fields as workers who initiated the five-year strike that began in 1965. Cesar Chavez, a leader of ...


You Said It, March 12, 2017

By Staff

I wonder what it would be like to be able to enjoy the great outdoors on one of these beautiful spring days without all the smoke in the air. To the couple having breakfast/lunch at the Egg & I on March 3 that spent a lot of time ...


Blotter, March 12, 2017

By Staff

Man accused of choking A Grand Junction man was arrested Thursday night for allegedly choking his wife after she told him to stop harming their daughter. William Gary Moore, 36, was passed out on the floor of his Grand Junction home when ...


Time is ticking for Colorado lawmakers at halfway point of legislative session

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Whether to place a measure on the fall ballot to raise sales taxes to pay for transportation projects will be a major focus of lawmakers as they enter the second half of the 2017 legislative session. But it won’t be the ...


Pegging Out, March 12, 2017

By Staff

March 9 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Barbara Chaplik, Grand Junction ■ Second place: Virginia Simonetti, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Heinz Park, Fruita ■ Fourth place: Dolores Fread, ...


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